66% of physicians have negative impression of American Health Care Act — 4 points

Many physicians do not view the American Health Care Act, the Republican healthcare bill, favorably, according to a Merritt Hawkins survey.

Here are four points:

1. Twenty-six percent reported having a positive impression.

2. Sixty-six percent said they viewed the law negatively.

3. Seven percent were neutral.

4. A 2016 Merritt Hawkins survey found 23 percent rated the ACA an A or B and 48 percent gave the health law a negative grade — D or F.

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