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Three pieces of advice for taking on the GOP health care bill
Friday, June 23 2017

New Democracy Corps surveys on behalf of Women’s Voices. Women Vote Action Fund show a country deeply opposed to the health care plan passed by the House and now mirrored in the version under discussion in the US Senate.[1]  Opposition to the GOP health care bill outpaces support two-to-one with registered and likely 2018 voters and independents nationally, with almost half of the country opposing it “strongly.” But with the right information and lines of attack, Democrats can broaden and deepen opposition to the GOP replacement plan bill even further. What do voters dislike about the proposed replacement and what lines of attack have the greatest potential impact? For that, we tested the reactions of a 4,000 registered voter sample of African Americans, Hispanics, unmarried women, millennials and white working class women.  These are voters who have disappointed Democrats to varying degrees in terms of turnout and vote, particularly in off-years but also in 2016 when some of them gave a plurality of their votes to Trump. Here are our three pieces of advice for building a backlash against the GOP health care bill.

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