The new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows a five percent bump in support for the ACA following the Supreme Court decision last week.
The number of registered voters who support the law rose from 43 percent before the decision to 48 percent afterward. Opposition went down to 52 percent from 57 percent.
The numbers are still not where the they should be had the Obama administration and the Democrats been doing a better job at describing what’s in the law. This is a crucial part of the deal at this point: if Americans are still this divided and unaware about the bill, and Mitt Romney is elected in November, the law will be repealed.
(Thanks to the Law Office of Maria Aspiazu)