A majority of likely voters in Georgia’s sixth congressional district hold an unfavorable impression of the Republican plan to repeal and replace ObamaCare, according to a new poll by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
While 62 percent hold an unfavorable impression of the legislation, 25 percent have a favorable impression of the plan, the poll said. Thirteen percent did not know or did not provide an answer.
Additionally, 81 percent said healthcare is either an “extremely important” or “very important” issue in the upcoming June 20 special election. Fourteen percent said it is a “somewhat important” issue and 5 percent said it was “less important.”
The results of the poll come with the district about a week away from going to the polls for the special election that has drawn both funds and attention throughout the country.
Republicans in the Senate have said a vote on the legislation could come in July.
Abt Associates conducted the poll from June 5 through June 8, surveying 1,000 registered voters. It has a margin of error of 4 percentage points.
Majority in Georgia 6th have unfavorable view of GOP healthcare bill: poll