This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," June 27, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
SEAN HANNITY, HOST: We are just hours away from learning the fate of ObamaCare. And still joining me from the great state of Texas, "The Architect" Karl Rove. And we are also happy to be joined by a pollster, the one and only Frank Luntz and his very special focus group of voters. And they are standing by in Washington, D.C., tonight. Frank, take it away.
FRANK LUNTZ, POLLSTER: Sean, let's find out where they stand. First off, how many of you voted for Barack Obama in 2008? Raise your hands. Get a wide shot at this. Sean, two-thirds of these people are Obama voters. Now watch. How many of you support ObamaCare? Raise your hands. Only a small percentage. Who are the ones who voted for Obama but oppose ObamaCare? Tell me why?
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: I don't like how complex it is. I don't like the individual mandate part of it. I do like the insurance reforms.
LUNTZ: Tell me why.
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: The individual mandate that the government can force to divide in terms of what can't do to you?
LUNTZ: Tell me why.
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Because I don't like the government is going to tell us what we have to buy. They are going to try to mandate who we go to and what kind of treatment that we get.
LUNTZ: One more Obama person who is against ObamaCare.
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: I don't like the mandate telling me what I have to buy.
LUNTZ: Go ahead.
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Cost control. It just spirals the expense of health care and doesn't really fix the system.
LUNTZ: You are nodding your head. Tell me why.
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Oh, I think he's right, exactly.
LUNTZ: So, is there any compromise or should we start from scratch?
FOCUS GROUP: Scratch.
LUNTZ: Why scratch? You really want to start all over again?
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: I'm a physician. Nobody asked physicians how to fix health care. I can give you five answers right offer the top of my head that would bring down costs, give you better patient care that are quality, ObamaCare is a disaster. It's bad for patients, it's bad for hospitals, it's bad for my profession, it's a total unmitigated disaster.
LUNTZ: You are a physician and no one asked you?
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: No.
LUNTZ: I got something wrong with my wrist, can you take a look?
Why start from scratch?
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Because it is a mess, there's nothing in that's health care.
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Yes, and I'm a nurse. I think it's a disgrace.
LUNTZ: As a nurse, why is it a disgrace?
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: It's not focusing on the patients at all. And other than the military, I think most of the things that the federal government has their hands in up being inefficient and not cost effective.
LUNTZ: Go ahead.
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: I'm a physician as well. And I have to agree the problem with the bill as it is, is it doesn't fix the core problems.
LUNTZ: And what's the core problem?
UNIDENTIFIED MAN: The core problems, the fact that Medicare is a bottomless pit. You can just keep pouring money into it and you're not going to improve health care. It doesn't deal with tort reform which is a huge deal. It doesn't deal with the cost of drugs and bringing drugs to market. It doesn't deal with patient access in a real way.
LUNTZ: So Sean, what is interesting about this is that you've got a whole lot of Obama people, and nationwide, 39 percent of Americans support the legislation, 55 percent oppose. Those numbers have barely changed in the last two years, and even our health care professionals here are saying don't do this, we need a change.
HANNITY: Hey, Frank, let me ask the group. Of all the people that voted for Obama, you said two-thirds of them did, how many of them that voted for Obama are going to vote to re-elect him and how many are going to look to Governor Romney? I would be very curious.
LUNTZ: OK. Let me ask you, how many of you who voted for Obama are switching sides to vote for Mitt Romney? One, two, three, four of you. Tell me why.
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: I feel like -- I voted for Obama for some sort of change, especially in what the economy has been going through.
LUNTZ: How old are you, by the way?
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Twenty-three.
LUNTZ: So you are one of those Obama-ites?
UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Kind of. I mean, I vote for Republican before. So, this is the first Democrat that I voted for and I'm disappointed. And I want something different.