The Washington Post, June 30, 2010

The healthcare overhaul gained popularity from May to June, according to a new tracking poll. The results suggest that the Obama administration's promotion of the legislation may be paying off or that the public may be warming to the law as early provisions take effect.  The Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that 48% of the public had a favorable view of the law in June while 41% had an unfavorable opinion. A month earlier, the split was 41% favorable to 44% unfavorable.

 

 

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