Oklahoma City, OKLA – New poll results from SoonerPoll reveals Oklahoma public opinion of key issues pertaining to the recent health care reform law’s passage.
SoonerPoll.com, Oklahoma’s public opinion pollster, conducted the scientific study using live interviewers by telephone of 500 likely voters from April 5 – April12, 2010. The study has a margin of error of ± 4.38 percent.
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Results of the poll indicate discontent among Oklahomans
- 56 percent of likely Oklahoma voters believe Attorney General Drew Edmondson should join other Attorneys General in filing suit against the recently passed health care reform law
- 65.4 percent of likely Oklahoma voters disapprove of the recently [passed health care reform law
- 58.2 percent of likely Oklahoma voters approve of amending the state constitution to allow Oklahoma to opt out of the federal health care system
- 63.6 percent of likely Oklahoma voters believe that the new health care reform law will hurt the economy
- 68.2 percent of likely Oklahoma voters do not believe the new health care reform law will lower health care costs
- 80.4 percent of likely Oklahoma voters believe Americans should not be penalized for not purchasing health care insurance
- 78 percent of likely Oklahoma voters believe that taxpayer funds should not be used to pay for abortions
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