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Here’s How Small-Business Owners Feel About Repealing Obamacare

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A new survey reveals their leanings on the issue.

Small-business owners largely see the potential repeal of Obamacare as a good thing, according to a new survey.

Two-thirds of business owners surveyed by small-business marketing website Manta are in favor of “repeal and replace,” CNBC reports.

Many report that they’re dissatisfied with high costs for health coverage, according to the report. Another complaint is that purchasing insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s health exchanges is too complex.

Additionally, nearly 70 percent of the Manta survey’s respondents felt that the Trump presidency would be a good thing for their business, according to CNBC.

Slightly more than 50 percent of respondents had voted for Trump.

The survey, conducted in late December and early January, included more than 1,500 owners of small businesses.

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