The Campaign Spot

Election-driven news and views . . . by Jim Geraghty.

Surprise! Obamacare Still Isn’t Popular.



The poll suggests that most Americans continue to oppose the passage of the health care bill which Obama signed into law in April, although the public may be slightly more optimistic about the bill’s ultimate effect on the country.

According to the survey, 56 percent of the public disapprove of the passage of the bill, with 43 percent approving of the new law . . .

But Americans are more evenly divided over whether the health care bill will be good or bad for the country. Fifty-one percent of people questioned in the survey say the bill will hurt the U.S., with 46 percent saying it will help.

Boy, Americans are learning to love it, aren’t they?

Tags: 2010 , Barack Obama


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