Thanks to the massive unpopularity of the Obamacare law that includes abortion funding, rationing concerns and now a mandate that forces religious employers to pay for birth control and drugs that may cause abortions, Obama is losing to the top two GOP candidates in key states.
In a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll of the nation’s dozen top battleground states, a majority of Americans calls passage of Obamacare a “bad thing” and support repealing it should Republicans win control of the Senate from Democrats in November and the White House.
The Gallup survey queried voters in Ohio, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Michigan, which casts votes tomorrow, was also included.
Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum tops Obama 50%-45% in the 12 swings states and, nationwide, leads Obama 49-46 percent.