ObamaCare is currently more popular than the president for whom it's named, a new bipartisan poll suggests. Forty-seven percent now support the law and 51 percent oppose it, according to a survey NPR released Thursday. President Obama’s approval rating stands at 46 percent and just over half disapprove, the poll found. The survey was conducted for NPR by Democrat Stan Greenberg of Democracy Corps and Republican Whit Ayres of Resurgent Republic. Greenberg said Obama’s job performance rating has improved/Rebecca Shabad, The Hill. More here.
Question: Do you think President Obama will be remembered 50 years from now for Obamacare?