The American Conservatives’ latest poll finds support for Obamacare remains strong, but GOP’s support for repeal is fading

The American Coalition for Health Care Reform, the group that is backing the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, is up by 6 points since its March poll, according to a new Public Policy Polling poll.

Support for repealing the law has fallen from 54 percent to 50 percent.

And while Republicans have held a narrow 52-49 advantage, they have dropped to 46 percent support among likely voters in the poll.

The new numbers are a bit better than a poll conducted in March, when they were up 17 points.

Republicans have been the party of repeal since the passage of the bill in March.

But that support has faded, as Americans are increasingly looking for other options, such as Medicaid expansion.

The poll finds 54 percent of Americans support the GOP’s repeal of Obamacare.

But when asked if they are willing to consider Medicaid expansion, a majority says no, the poll finds.

The poll finds that 52 percent of respondents want to see Republicans repeal Obamacare in the coming year.

And 53 percent of those who want to repeal the law in the next year say they think they will win the House of Representatives.

A third of respondents think the law is going to get worse or get worse.

A majority of Republicans are opposed to the GOP repeal plan.

And they are divided on how the repeal will affect their constituents.

Fifty-three percent of Republicans want to keep Medicaid expansion in place.

But more than three-quarters of respondents say they would prefer to see it drop.

In an interview with The American Prospect published this week, former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that if Republicans were serious about repealing Obamacare, they would be able to repeal it in 2018.

They should be able take their time with it and figure out what they want to do and what’s important to them.

That doesn’t mean they should be doing it now.

There will be problems with the individual insurance market and it may take a while for states to recover from the repeal. “

But we do know that it will not be perfect.

There will be problems with the individual insurance market and it may take a while for states to recover from the repeal.

It may take another decade for states and insurers to adjust and have insurance markets that are competitive again.”

Republicans have repeatedly said that repealing the ACA would be more complicated than it is.

Obamacare is widely known as the “socialized medicine” plan.

In some ways, it has the same structure as Medicare and Medicaid, but it is much smaller and has fewer federal subsidies.

Obamacare is also a political liability for the GOP.

The Senate health committee approved a bill to repeal Obamacare on March 24.

The bill had to be amended by the House because it did not have enough votes to pass in the Senate.

It passed on March 26, but the Senate was unable to agree on the final bill.

The House has not yet taken up the Senate bill, but Sebelios said the House may do so.

Sebelias said that the new poll finds a clear majority of Americans want the government to pay for health care, but that it is not a universal mandate.

She said that it would be a big mistake for Republicans to go back to the status quo of a government-run system.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.