12% - I like it and think it will be good for America.
78% - I don’t like it and think it should be repealed.
10% - Undecided
In an ironic coincidence you can’t make up, during the week of the second birthday of Obamacare, the Supreme Court heard more than six hours of arguments - for and against - as it considers challenges to the constitutionality of ObamaCare.
During this momentous week we wanted to know the attitude of small businesses - Main Street’s court - on Obamacare, so we asked our audience this question: “On the 2nd anniversary of the Patients Protection and Affordability Act (ObamaCare), where do you stand on this law?”
A little more than one-in-ten of respondents to our unscientific, online poll said, “I like it and think it will be good for America.” Those who said, “I don’t like it and think it should be repealed,” came in at a resounding 78%. And those who were “Undecided,” represented 10% of our sample.
We will find out in June if SCOTUS agrees with small businesses.