Health reform opposition is high but easing
President Obama continues to face significant public resistance to his drive to initiate healthcare reform, with widespread skepticism about central tenets of his plan, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll. But opposition to the effort has eased somewhat, and there appears to be potential for further softening among critics if Congress abandons the idea of a government-sponsored health insurance option.
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