Monday, June 18, 2012

"Small Business Owners’ Views on Implementing the Affordable Care Act" (aka What the Chamber of Commerce and NFIB won't tell you)

From research by The Small Business Majority, independent small business advocates:

The Supreme Court is expected to hand down its decision any day in the case against the Affordable Care Act, filed by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and state attorneys general.
The polling of 800 small business owners in eight states (Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Texas and Virginia) found 50% of small business owners want the healthcare reform law upheld—either as is or with minor changes—while only one-third want the Supreme Court to overturn it. Once small business owners learn more about the law, their support for keeping it intact—either as is or with minor changes—rises to 56 percent, while opposition falls to just 28 percent...A 55% majority say they want it upheld because we need to make sure everyone has health coverage.
Via Kay at Balloon Juice.

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