Health Care and the Midterms

1 big thing: health care and the midterms

More than half of voters in Arizona, Nevada and Tennessee want Congress to modify the Affordable Care Act, while less than a third want it to be completely repealed and only 6% think Congress should “let it fail.”

Why it matters: Arizona and Nevada are seen as the states where Democrats have the best chance in November to take Senate seats currently held by Republicans, and Tennessee is working its way up the list. One of Democrats’ most unifying and effective messages this cycle is health care, and they’ll be sure to campaign hard against the GOP’s repeal effort in these states.

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