Public opinion on the ACA has been deeply divided since day one, and it remains so today. Kaiser has been tracking the public’s views on the law since 2011 and recently created a cool interactive graphic that cuts polling results by various demographics and shows how opinions have changed (or not) over time. Of all the demographic slices here, it appears that political party identification is most indicative of one’s views on the ACA. Take some time to play around with the tracking poll here.
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