From the LA Times here:
Just 23% of those surveyed said they believe the House bill would “decrease costs for people who buy their own insurance.”
And though Republican respondents were most sanguine about the legislation, only 46% said they believe the House bill would reduce costs. By comparison, 47% said the bill would either raise costs or not change them.
Americans had a similarly dim view about what the Republican plan would mean for consumers’ deductibles, which are already a major barrier for many patients.
Forty-one percent of respondents said they believe the GOP legislation would lead to insurance plans with higher deductibles, compared with just 25% who said it would lead to lower deductibles.