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April 14, 2010
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Wesley Burt

New poll results find Oklahomans critical of the recent health care reform law

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.

CLICK HERE:�Results and Analysis

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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