I’m bringing back the “KaibCast Week in Review” feature to the blog, so here it is:
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One year ago Monday, Speaker Pelosi and he peons rammed an assault on American values through the legislative process, disregarding the majority of Americans who want government out of their lives, not more involved in them. From the beginning, the law was unpopular.
One year later, the law is even less popular:
Take the monthly Kaiser Health Tracking Poll. The Kaiser poll is an outlier poll that almost always indicates stronger support for Obamacare than other polls convey. Shortly after passage, the Kaiser poll actually showed respondents having a favorable, rather than unfavorable, opinion of Obamacare, by a margin of 6 points (46 to 40 percent). Since then, that margin has moved 10 points against Obamacare — from plus-6 to minus-4 — as those with unfavorable opinions (46 percent) have come to outnumber those with favorable ones (42 percent).