NBC News (my emphasis):
Do they end up paying a price for wanting to take away benefits
Americans are getting under the law? Yesterday, we saw Republican after
Republican praise the D.C. Circuit ruling (even after the the 4th
Circuit ruling came out), but it also raised a tricky follow-up
question. Does that mean they support these Americans having to pay MORE
for health care? All along, Republicans have charged that the law will
hurt Americans’ pocketbooks. But then how do you cheer for a court
ruling that would effectively increase health costs for Americans living
in states that didn’t set up their own exchanges?
Meanwhile, in a new poll from CNN:
More than half the public says Obamacare has helped either their families or others across the country...
So at what point do voters say, "Hey Republicans, how about instead of trying to dismantle the ACA you start trying to strengthen it"?