The Senate just took its first major step towards repealing Obamacare, and the President-elect has left no doubt that this is a top priority. So NPR asked voters what they really think (and maybe more importantly, what they really know) about the Affordable Care Act. It turns out only about 14% of us want the act repealed without a clear replacement. And about half of those polled “believed that the number of people without insurance had increased or stayed the same, or said they didn’t know what the law’s effect has been on insurance coverage.” In reality, about 20 million additional people are covered.

+ Then there was the Obamacare hater who didn’t realize he has Obamacare. (exception, or rule?)