'I might as well have not voted': Details of GOP health plan leave Trump voter appalled
Audience member Robin Roy (C) reacts as U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets her at a campaign rally in Lowell, Massachusetts January 4, 2016. (BRIAN SNYDER / Reuters)

President Donald Trump this week signaled his support for the House Republicans' new health care bill -- but it looks like that legislation is going over like a lead balloon with his base.


Not only are the Trump diehards at Breitbart News bashing the plan as "Obamacare 2.0," but even some casual voters are worried about the president's plan.

ABC News this week talked with North Carolina resident Martha Brawley, a 55-year-old woman who cast a ballot for the first time in her life for Donald Trump. Brawley says that she voted for the president on the hopes that he could bring down the cost of health care -- but she's been appalled so far by what she's seen from the Republican Congress.

"I voted for Trump hoping that he would change the insurance so I could get good health care," she told ABC News. "I might as well have not voted."

Brawley was particularly upset when she learned that, under Trumpcare, she would receive a paltry $3,500 tax credit to buy insurance. At the moment, she gets a federal subsidy of around $8,688 to buy insurance from Obamacare.

"All these people who talk in politics have insurance," she told ABC News. "People like me don't."