On the eve of Obamacare repeal, more Americans like it than ever

More Americans than ever approve of the Affordable Care Act, according to a new Pew Research Center poll.

The poll, conducted in mid-February, found that 54% of those surveyed approve of the health care law, versus 43% who disapproved.

Americans’ feelings about the divisive law, also called Obamacare, have zigzagged since its 2010 approval, though sentiment has typically skewed negative. But as lawmakers returned to their districts this week, they were met by protests and concerns about the ACA’s repeal.

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Courtesy of Pew

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