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Poll: Nearly 7 in 10 oppose Obamacare's Cadillac tax

By The Hill  
   October 22, 2015

Nearly 7 in 10 people believe ObamaCare's so-called "Cadillac" tax should be repealed or delayed, according to a poll released Wednesday. The poll, which was commissioned by business groups including the Chamber of Commerce, shows that opposition to the Cadillac tax is growing. A separate poll last month found that 60 percent of people opposed the measure, which adds a 40 percent excise tax on certain employee healthcare benefits. Wednesday's survey released by the Chamber of Commerce, as well as the National Association of Manufacturers and Business Roundtable, also found that 72 percent of people are "unsure or mistaken" in their understanding of the tax.

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