The CBO's numbers are out. They estimate that under the AHCA the deficit will be reduced $337B over the next 10 years. They also estimate that 24M people will lose insurance coverage. Many of these because they will choose not to purchase insurance when the "mandate" is removed.
The groups hit hardest will be the poor, the ones who are currently getting coverage because the ACA extorted money from others to pay for their premiums. And those with pre-existing conditions, also being subsidized through extortion under the ACA.
The winners will be the young. They will no longer be "forced" to purchase insurance and when they do it will accurately reflect the cost of providing them insurance and not be loaded with subsidies for others.
The other winners are all of those who were happy with their previous insurance and were lied to by Obama when he told them that they could keep their insurance. In general their premiums will reflect their true costs. They will not be forced to buy a one-size-fits all policy as they did under the ACA, they will be able to tailor their policy to their needs and save money.
My feelings on the matter of covering the poor and those with pre-existing conditions is that they should be covered through assistance from private charities. After all charity is what they are seeking. The government should not extort money from one citizen and give it to another as an entitlement. If citizens wish to give to others, it should be voluntary.
The cost of your healthcare insurance should be determined by your health, not by your income. Just as your automobile insurance is determined by your driving record, not by your income.
Just a Libertarian view. Healthcare would be more affordable for everyone if the government got out of things. Let Insurance Companies sell policies across state lines.