Nobody wants to pay more for health care.

So it shouldn't come as a surprise that a majority of voters 50 years old and older — including most Trump supporters — oppose specific provisions in the American Health Care Act which would make older Americans pay more for health care.

A survey from AARP asked respondents about multiple elements of the health care reform bill, and its findings also reveal an overwhelming majority want action to lower drug costs.

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