Exit polls in Tuesday's presidential election found a near-majority of voters want at least some of President Obama's signature healthcare law repealed.
Forty-nine percent of surveyed voters said they wanted to either "repeal all" or "repeal some" of the law. Twenty-six percent wanted all while 23% wanted some of Obamacare repealed. Eighteen percent wanted to leave the law as is while 25% wanted to "expand the law."
Regardless of Tuesday's outcome, these numbers indicate Americans are still unsatisfied with a healthcare law that forces individuals to buy a private insurance product.