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NATIONAL TRACKING POLL. National Public Opinion Poll March 21-23, 2014 N=1,846 Likely 2014 Voters #140313. NATION OFF ON WRONG TRACK. DEMs & young voters not as pessimistic.

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national tracking poll
NATIONAL TRACKING POLL

National Public Opinion Poll

March 21-23, 2014

N=1,846 Likely 2014 Voters

#140313

slide2

NATION OFF ON WRONG TRACK

DEMs & young voters not as pessimistic.

Now, generally speaking, would you say that things in the country are going in the right direction, or have they pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track?

Total

By Party

By Age

RD

WT

RD

WT

RD

WT

RD

WT

RD

WT

RD

WT

RD

WT

RD

WT

slide3

Obama JOB APPROVAL INVERTED

Senate battlegrounds even less amicable to President.

And, do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as President?

Disapprove +15

Disapprove +19

Disapprove +22

Approve

Disapprove

Approve

Disapprove

Approve

Disapprove

* “Competitive Senate States” based on all states considered Lean or Toss-up by Cook Political Report 3/21/14.

slide4

FISCAL ISSUES DOMINATE

Now, thinking about your vote in 2014 for federal offices such as U.S. Senate or Congress, what would you say is the top issue that is motivating your vote?

The Economy

Jobs/Unemployment

Federal Budget Deficit and Debt

Health Care

Medicare

and Social Security

Immigration Reform

Foreign Policy

slide6

OBAMACARE…

Do you approve or disapprove of the health care legislation passed by Barack Obama and Congress in 2010?

Total

By Age

By Party

By Party Trust

App

Dis

App

Dis

App

Dis

App

Dis

App

Dis

App

Dis

App

Dis

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PARSING OBAMACARE OPINION

Different people advocate different approaches to the 2010 health care law known as the Affordable Care Act and sometimes called ObamaCare. Please indicate which of the opinions below comes closest to your own, even if none of them are exactly right…

ObamaCare goes too far. Congress should repeal or defund the law.

The U.S. health care system needs reform, but ObamaCare is the wrong reform. Congress should replace it with common sense reforms aimed at controlling costs.

ObamaCare is not a perfect law, but it is a good start. Congress should work to fix the parts of the law that do not work.

ObamaCare is a good law. Congress should leave the law alone and focus on other issues.

ObamaCare does not go far enough. Congress should work on single-payer health system legislation.

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SENATE CANDIDATES ON OCARE…

Next we are going to display a number of statements regarding the Affordable Care Act/ ObamaCare that apply to candidates for the U.S. Senate in various states this year. For each statement, please indicate whether you are more likely or less likely to vote for the candidate based on that statement.

Candidate A was the deciding vote in passing ObamaCare in 2010. Candidate A continues to support the law, saying that while it is not perfect, it does solve some critical problems in the health care industry like pre-existing conditions and extending insurance coverage for young people. Candidate A wants to protect and defend the law.

Candidate D says that health care in the United States needs reform, but ObamaCare is the wrong reform. Candidate D supports and replacing the law with common sense reforms such as allowing people to purchase health insurance across state lines and allowing people to pay for health insurance with pre-tax dollars.

Candidate C supported ObamaCare in 2010, telling constituents that if they like their health care they can keep it. Now, after the rollout of the law that saw millions lose their health insurance, Candidate C supports keeping the law in place and trying to fix it one piece at a time.

Candidate B opposes ObamaCare and says the law should be repealed. Candidate B has pledged to support repealing the law as a U.S. Senator.

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Candidate a: protect & defend

Please indicate whether you are more likely or less likely to vote for the candidate based on that statement…

Candidate A was the deciding vote in passing ObamaCare in 2010. Candidate A continues to support the law, saying that while it is not perfect, it does solve some critical problems in the health care industry like pre-existing conditions and extending insurance coverage for young people. Candidate A wants to protect and defend the law.

Much More Likely

Total More Likely

Total Less Likely

Much Less Likely

Total

By Party

* “Competitive Senate States” based on all states considered Lean or Toss-up by Cook Political Report 3/21/14.

slide10

Candidate b: REPEAL

Please indicate whether you are more likely or less likely to vote for the candidate based on that statement…

Candidate B opposes ObamaCare and says the law should be repealed. Candidate B has pledged to support repealing the law as a U.S. Senator.

Much More Likely

Total More Likely

Total Less Likely

Much Less Likely

Total

By Party

* “Competitive Senate States” based on all states considered Lean or Toss-up by Cook Political Report 3/21/14.

slide11

Candidate C: KEEP & FIX

Please indicate whether you are more likely or less likely to vote for the candidate based on that statement…

Candidate C supported ObamaCare in 2010, telling constituents that if they like their health care they can keep it. Now, after the rollout of the law that saw millions lose their health insurance, Candidate C supports keeping the law in place and trying to fix it one piece at a time.

Much More Likely

Total More Likely

Total Less Likely

Much Less Likely

Total

By Party

* “Competitive Senate States” based on all states considered Lean or Toss-up by Cook Political Report 3/21/14.

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Candidate D: REPLACE

Please indicate whether you are more likely or less likely to vote for the candidate based on that statement…

Candidate D says that health care in the United States needs reform, but ObamaCare is the wrong reform. Candidate D supports and replacing the law with common sense reforms such as allowing people to purchase health insurance across state lines and allowing people to pay for health insurance with pre-tax dollars.

Much More Likely

Total More Likely

Total Less Likely

Much Less Likely

Total

By Party

* “Competitive Senate States” based on all states considered Lean or Toss-up by Cook Political Report 3/21/14.

slide13

DID DEMS DO THEIR JOBS?

Different people advocate different approaches to the 2010 health care law known as the Affordable Care Act and sometimes called ObamaCare. Please indicate which of the opinions below comes closest to your own, even if none of them are exactly right…

Democrats who passed ObamaCare in 2010 did not do their jobs to properly understand the impact of the law before voting for it.

Democrats who passed ObamaCare in 2010 understood the impact of law, but lied about it in order to both get the bill passed and keep their jobs.

Democrats who passed ObamaCare in 2010 understood the impact of the law and decided it was necessary for the country. They should not be punished for playing politics to get it passed.

Democrats who passed ObamaCare in 2010 were open and honest about the process. The real world cannot be perfectly predicted, and they are working hard to meet their commitments.

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