According to the survey, “opinions are now as negative as they have been at any point since the bill’s passage,” as 53 percent of Americans disapprove of the regulation-ridden health care law, commonly known as “Obamacare,” while 42 percent approve.
The survey was conducted less than a month before the law’s health insurance exchanges open on October 1st.
Those who are uninsured are “as likely to disapprove (46%) as approve (49%) of the law,” Pew found.
And while 39 percent of the public say that Democrats have a better handle on health care, 40 percent now believe that Republicans “would do the better job dealing with health care.”
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