Respondents of a new survey say the AHCA will do more harm to their health coverage than a straight repeal of the ACA. (Photo: iStock)

The American Health Care Act isn’t popular and expectations are health care will get worse, not better, according to a new poll.

A Kaiser Family Foundation poll finds not only that the Affordable Care Act is more popular than the AHCA, but also the percentage of people expecting health care costs to rise has gone up sharply — from 28 percent in December to 45 percent now. They’re not exactly optimistic about care quality, either, with about a third saying that they expect both quality of care and access to care to get worse.

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