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In a Gallup poll released today, we learn that despite the administration’s of 8 million plus enrollees support for Obamacare has not budged. In a phone interview conducted between May 21-25, fifty-one percent of Americans disapprove of Obamacare and only 43% approve.

The 51% is lower than the disapproval rate reported in April (54%) but still higher than the pre October 2013 implementation rate of approximately 50%. The 43% approval rate is the same as last month but lower that the 45% approval before implementation began.

Approval of the U.S. Healthcare Law

Only 37% say Obamacare will ultimately make the healthcare situation better, 44% say it will make things worse, and16% say it won’t make much of a difference. These figures have remained relatively the same.

Long-Term Impact of Healthcare Law on the U.S.
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Despite all of the glowing praise for the law comping from the Presidents and his fellow Democrats, it is clear that Obamacare will continue to be a thorn in the progressive’s sides as we get closer to the 2014 midterms.

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