A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 40% oppose repeal of the health care plan, including 28% who Strongly Oppose it.
Interestingly, there is no difference of opinion on this question between voters with health insurance and those without.
Last week, support for repeal among all voters hit 60%, the highest level in over a month, but those favoring repeal has ranged from 52% to 63% since the health care law was passed by Congress in March. Opposition to the law remains as high since its passage as it was in the months before the measure became law.
Just 36% think the health care plan will be good for the country, while 54% believe its impact will be bad.