NEW YORK, March 16 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Donald Trump's healthcare bill has sparked domestic controversies, with 55 percent of voters disapproving, a poll said on Wednesday.
The poll led by Fox News showed that only 35 percent of the respondents supported Trump's handing of health care. Moreover, people are suspicious of the stability of current health care system. Nearly half agreed that Obamacare would fizzle out with nothing done.
Opinions are split even among objectors. Some 67 percent of opponents thought this act "makes too many changes to Obamacare," while 21 percent said they didn't support because it "doesn't make enough changes to Obamacare," according to a CNN report.
The U.S. Congressional Budget Office reported on Trumpcare and the results are "devastating," the New York Times said. The report estimated that 14 million people will lose healthcare insurance in the first year, 24 million over time. The premiums will upsurge for the older and the low-income groups.