Black Americans are now three times more likely to support Obamacare (or the 2010 Affordable Care Act, as it’s officially known) than are whites, according to a new Pew Research survey of 1,506 people conducted with USA Today.
A stunning 91 percent of the black Americans who responded said they approved of Obamacare while only 29 percent of whites did.
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The divide between blacks and whites on health care was less stark back in 2009, when Pew conducted a similar survey before Obamacare passed. Just half of black Americans who responded then said they supported the Affordable Care Act’s basic framework. Roughly the same percentage of whites — 33 percent — approved of what would become the law as do today. Notably, the term “Obamacare” had not been popularized at that time.
The black community’s high level of support for Obamacare now more closely mirrors its approval of President Barack Obama overall. The president registered an average approval rating of 89 percent among black Americans between 2009-2013, Gallup reported in August.