With the House voting on repealing healthcare reform next week, 46 percent of Americans support the repeal effort, while 40 percent want the law to stay, according to a new Gallup poll.
Fifteen percent of Republicans want the law to remain intact, while 24 percent of Democrats support repeal. Independents were more evenly split, with 43 percent favoring repeal, 39 against it and 18 percent undecided.
Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) touted the poll results on his Twitter account Friday morning, writing "Americans favor repeal of job-killing ObamaCare."
The poll was conducted Jan. 4-5