At the one year anniversary of Obamacare's passage, a major poll shows that opposition to Obamacare remains high, at 60%.
That is good news for Republicans who have made Obamacare a major talking point for the upcoming election.
Of course, some of those who oppose the healthcare law actually oppose it on the grounds that they want it to be more liberal, but I am not convinced that is a substantial enough group to change the overall point that most Americans don't like the healthcare reform.
So most Americans weren't happy with the old healthcare system, and they are also not happy with the first attempt at significant healthcare reform since the 1960's. So what kind of reform would Americans be happy with?