If the election were held today, 55 percent of physicians reported they would vote for Romney while just 36 percent support Obama, according to a survey released by Jackson & Coker, a division of Jackson Healthcare, the third largest health care staffing company in the United StatesFifteen percent of respondents said they were switching their vote from Obama in 2008 to Romney in 2012. The top reasons cited for this change was the Affordable Care Act and the failure to address tort reform.
This survey goes hand in hand with my "personal research" wherein at my most recent doctor's appointments I have asked my doctors what they think of Obamacare. Not a single one liked it, nor did they think electronic records would reduce costs, nor did they think bundled payments would assist in any way- except to make things easier for health insurance companies. All of them supported Mitt Romney for President, and supported state healthcare reform.