The poll, conducted by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation, also found that Obamacare enrollees are not interested in switching to the skimpier, short-term plans, touted by the Trump administration, which have fewer benefits and lower premiums.
Liz Hamel, director of public opinion and survey research for the Kaiser Family Foundation, said the poll results highlight the contradiction between political rhetoric and reality.
"When the president is saying things like, `The ACA is failing. Things are collapsing,' people hear that," Hamel said. "So they may be answering that question not necessarily based on their own experience this year."
Republicans tried unsuccessfully to repeal the ACA last year, arguing the markets created for those who aren’t offered insurance through an employer or a government health care plan like Medicare or Medicaid were failing. The plans cost too much, deductibles were too high, and the number of insurers willing to sell plans was shrinking, GOP lawmakers said.