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30% of Republicans think PPACA has already been repealed

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Drew Altman, president and CEO of the Kaiser Family Foundation, chalks the confusion up to busy lives, media headlines and, in some cases, hope.

“There may be some partisan wishful thinking going on,” he writes in a column out today. “Thirty percent of Republicans think the law has been repealed while only 12 percent of Democrats do. But overall, it is obvious that the knowledge of basic civics is pretty low. Maybe it's because ‘Schoolhouse Rock’ is no longer airing on Saturday morning TV explaining how government works.”


Americans are also largely divided on what to do next. Half of the country wants the law expanded (30 percent) or kept in place as it is (20 percent). About 40 percent of Americans want it repealed and replaced (19 percent) or repealed and not replaced (20 percent).


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