The survey showed Hill-HarrisX from the beginning of April to beginning of may for 6 points reduction in the number of Americans who believe that the Republicans will be able to solve the problems of health and some others.
This is partly a result of decrease from 78 to 72% confidence in the ability of their elected representatives even among Republicans and independent, who have agreed to trust the conservatives policy in the health sector, from 34% to 21%
The white house recently caused outrage among some congressional Republicans that acted as a new plaintiff in a lawsuit demanding full repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Public opposition to such a step was expressed, in particular, Senator bill Cassidy from Louisiana, who stressed that such actions are extremely dangerous in light of the fact that without granting them now protection to millions of Americans with chronic diseases requiring expensive treatment.
In addition, in February, as reported by the newspaper The Washington Post, the minority leader in the House of representatives Kevin McCarthy of California in a private conversation with party donors noted that the administration’s desire to give States the right to decide whether insurance companies set higher rates for these patients or limit the number of billable services cost the Republicans defeat in past midterm elections.
In comparison with April by 5 points, to 37%, decreased the percentage of those who trust in the Republican tax policy. Democrats, however, in this matter, too, is trusted by 37%. Supporters of the economic policies of the conservatives was less than 3 points from 45 to 42 percent, but Democrats have improved their position — on their side, only 33% of respondents.