New Poll: 70% of Registered Voters Favor Delaying Obamacare by One Year

An overwhelming majority of the American people support a one year delay of Obamacare implementation according to a national survey of registered voters by Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies.
Given the massive difficulties plaguing “Obama’s signature legislative achievement”, 70% of the American people would favor a one year delay.

The national poll of 661 registered voters, conducted by Glen Bolger of Public Opinion Strategies on behalf of Crossroads GPS from October 27-29, shows that 55% of registered voters “strongly favor” a one year delay in enforcing the law’s requirements on individuals, while 15% “somewhat favor” a one year delay.

Meanwhile, only 14% strongly oppose, and 9% “somewhat oppose,” delaying implementation.

“Congress should immediately pass, and the president should sign, a one year delay of this law. To do otherwise would put pride in a failed policy above common sense.”

The survey question is below:

 “(IF FAVOR/OPPOSE, ASK) And, do you strongly (favor/oppose) a delay of one year in enforcing the new requirements for individuals, including the tax penalty, or somewhat (favor/oppose) this?”



55% — Strongly Favor

15% — Somewhat Favor

9% — Somewhat Oppose

14% — Strongly Oppose