The latest numbers from Public Opinion Strategies don’t look good for the Democrats:
The poll found that likely voters in battleground districts who consider Obamacare to be the “most important” issue in the upcoming election oppose it by the overwhelming tally of 70 to 30 percent (see slide 9). Likely voters who consider Obamacare to be a “very important” issue (but not the “most important” one) oppose it by more than 2 to 1 — 67 to 32 percent. Those who consider it to be “somewhat important” somewhat like it — but still oppose it by 51 to 47 percent. And those who consider it to be “not at all important” love it — favoring it by 70 to 17 percent.
That Means It’s Working™.
On a slightly more serious note, ♡bamaCare!!! seems to be one of those laws where the more people know about it, the more they hate it. Except of course for the Apologist Wing in the mainstream media, who just can’t seem to get their rosy promises to square with people’s real-world experiences.