Sixty-eight percent of voters are concerned about how their health care will change under the Affordable Care Act, according to a Fox News national poll.
Only 31 percent are unconcerned about their health care.
Even a majority of Democrats are concerned about their health care, with 56 percent saying they were either somewhat or very concerned. Seventy-two percent of Republicans feel the same way.
Voters between 55 and 64 are the most concerned about how the new law will affect their health care, with 77 percent reporting they were concerned.
Fox News reports:
The poll also finds a 54-percent majority wants to go back to the health care system that was in place in 2009. About a third—35 percent—thinks it would be better to leave the new law in place.
An all-time high 58 percent of voters disapprove of how Obama’s handling of health care. That includes a third of Democrats (33 percent), two-thirds of independents (65 percent) and a large 83-percent majority of Republicans.
Meanwhile, 38 percent approve of the job Obama is doing on health care. That’s down from 41 percent in June, and is just one percentage point higher than his low of 37 percent approval recorded in February 2010.