Rasmussen’s latest: 75% of likely want ObamaCare changed. They don’t all agree on what to change or when to change it, but that’s a huge number wanting change they can actually believe in. But according to the LA Times, pursuing changes to the law would just be too darn divisive to contemplate.
And as long as we’re talking polls, Quinnipiac has an interesting one:
“Americans seem to be rejecting the blame game for the Arizona shooting. By far, the largest number thinks this tragedy could not have been prevented,” said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. “Although a bare majority of voters say political rhetoric might drive unstable people to violence, less than one in seven blame it for the Arizona incident.
Update: And look at how question 45 broke down.
45. Who do you think is more responsible for using heated political rhetoric, liberals or conservatives?Tot Lib Mod Con Liberals 36 8 31 57 Conservatives 32 71 36 9 DK/NA 32 21 33 34