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The latest Pew poll of public attitudes released yesterday has lots of interesting nuggets. Its section on the health-care bill offers more evidence for the lack of public support for the bill (for instance, independents oppose the bill 56 to 32%; it lacks even a plurality among Americans in any age group or of any education level, etc.) But the most interesting finding was that even among the uninsured themselves only 48% support the bill. (Among the insured, only 36% support it). 


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