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Polls Highlight Split on Health Care Law
New York Times

One year after President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law, the public remains confused about the legislation, divided on its passage and unconvinced that it will improve health care. And a significant partisan rift persists as Democrats continue to have positive reactions to the law and Republicans remain negative about it. In a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, less than half, 47 percent, said they had enough information about the law to know how it would affect them.