How are Americans reacting to the GOP health care bill?

ABC News' David Wright spoke to people in Florida about their thoughts on the future of health care in the United States.
2:46 | 03/19/17

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Over 90% of the counties in Florida are losing Obamacare. And they're losing the insurers that put Obamacare there. We'll be terminating Obamacare. We'll be replacing wit so many different options 37 you'll have great health care at a fraction, a fraction of the cost. And it will be great. There's Donald Trump in Sarasota, right before the election with his signature promise to repeal and replace Obamacare. The president back in Florida this week end. David Wright checked in with voters to see what they think of the president's plans right now. The Obamacare nightmare is about to end. Reporter: This weekend in Florida, vice president pence was once again salesman in chief. The truth is, Florida can't afford Obamacare any more. Reporter: What to keep and what to get rid of? That depends on whom you ask. I believe that it should simply be repealed. I don't think we need a 1200 page health care plan. It's ridiculous. What I'm seeing looks like -- it's not finished. It's a work in progress. Reporter: Sounds like you feel that Obamacare needs serious reform. Absolutely. Needs reform. Reporter: But this not the way to go in your opinion? Definitely not. All: Health care for all. Reporter: Congress members are getting an ear ffl. I want you to take the other health care as well if you're going to make us take it. Reporter: Republican representative Vern Buchanan faced a breast cancer survivor worried about losing her health care coverage. A high-risk pool is not a pool I want to jump into. Will you commit to voting against the development of high risk pools. We're in the third inning of a nine-inning game. Reporter: Those passionate concerns, one big reason about2 Republican congress members have yet to sign on to the bill. The irony of the new plan is the people that it's going affect most are the people that probably voted for Donald Trump. Those reason the lower or mid socioeconomic level are the once to get hurt the most. If America is so great, why can't we take care of our people? Reporter: Some trump defenders have faith in the GOP plan. If they open up the states to free competition, prices of health care will go down. It will not only ensure people. In the long run, it will save money. It will come through. It's going to be great. Reporter: For this week, David right, ABC news, west palm beach.

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