Health care continues to define Mitt Romney and weigh down his presidential campaign like an iron stethoscope
Mitt Romney's signature accomplishment, RomneyCare continues to be as unpopular as hemorrhoids. From the latest Suffolk University polling:
Health care and Mitt Romney
Massachusetts health care was seen as working by 38 percent of registered voters, while just under half (49 percent) said it is not working, and 13 percent were undecided. Asked if Mitt Romney’s role in health care here would help or hurt his presidential campaign, 54 percent of voters said it would hurt; 22 percent felt it would help; and 22 percent were undecided.
"Health care continues to define Mitt Romney and weigh down his presidential campaign like an iron stethoscope," said Paleologos.
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