Representing the majority, the Kaiser Foundation (a leading non-profit focused on health care) found one thing the majority can agree on. and one thing only, people want from the pre-Obamacare market:
“the ability to buy lower-cost plans that fit their needs, even if it means less healthy people must pay more”.
This study is based on six focus groups – three with Trump voters who are actually enrolled in Obamacare and three with Trump voters receiving Medicaid.
Now, the first order of business is for Congress is to Repeal Obamacare.
As Congress debates how to repeal and replace Obamacare, it should keep in mind that the Supreme Court ruled that Obamacare is a tax created by Congress. That said, repealing it eliminates a mandatory tax that unlike other taxes (e.g., income, Social Security, etc.) is a tax levied without choice on all U.S. citizens regardless of income.