THIS might seem counterintuitive or at least at odds with certain other polls:


President Barack Obama’s health-care law is becoming more entrenched, with 64 percent of Americans now supporting it outright or backing small changes.


Even so, the fervor of the opposition shows no sign of abating, posing a challenge for Obamaís Democrats during congressional races this year, as a Republican victory in a special Florida election this week showed. In addition, 54 percent of Americans say theyíre unhappy with the presidentís handling of the issue, according to a Bloomberg National Poll.


Thatís an improvement since the last poll, in ...

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THIS might seem counterintuitive or at least at odds with certain other polls:

President Barack Obama’s health-care law is becoming more entrenched, with 64 percent of Americans now supporting it outright or backing small changes.

Even so, the fervor of the opposition shows no sign of abating, posing a challenge for Obamaís Democrats during congressional races this year, as a Republican victory in a special Florida election this week showed. In addition, 54 percent of Americans say theyíre unhappy with the presidentís handling of the issue, according to a Bloomberg National Poll.

Thatís an improvement since the last poll, in ...

Read more