A year may have passed since Obamacare was passed, but conservatives are still angry as hell about it.
Expect the legislation to play a large role in the 2012 elections, according to John McLaughlin, who recently conducted a series of focus groups for the research group Resurgent Republic. The group is run by the some of the country’s best-known Republicans.
“My guess it it’s going to be a big election issue next year,” McLaughlin said in an interview. “People want control of their own health-care choices.”
When it comes to President Obama’s health care law among these voters, the perception of these voters has hardly changed: the intensity remains strong and they still want it repealed, McLaughlin said.