A new Quinnipiac poll shows 56 percent of Americans do not support the American Health Care Act, and only 17 percent of Americans approved of the new healthcare bill.
The remaining numbers were “undecided.”
The poll also showed 46% of voters said they would be less likely to support their senator or representative if they vote for the bill.
According to Mediaite, the numbers are not too far off from the same poll that was taken in January that showed only 18 percent of Americans were in support of fully repealing Obamacare.
House Speaker Paul Ryan canceled a scheduled floor vote on the measure Thursday, but Trump has said he is not going to negotiate further, stating he will move on to other priorities if the bill does not pass on Friday.
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