Fifty-three percent of respondents disapprove of the law, while 42 percent approve, and uninsured voters are almost evenly divided, 49 percent approve, 46 percent disapprove. But only 23 percent of voters think Republicans “should do what they can to make the law fail.”
Fewer than half of all Republicans and Republican leaners (43%) want elected officials who oppose the law to do what they can to make it fail; 37% say they should try to make it work as well as possible.Guess who's in control of the Republican Party?
However, 64% of Tea Party Republicans oppose the law and want elected officials to do what they can to make it fail. By comparison, just 31% of Republicans and Republican leaners who do not agree with the Tea Party favor this approach.
That's just 23 percent of voters—less than half of all Republicans and leaners—who endorse the current "shut it down" policy Senate extremists are pushing and House leadership seems unable to resist. That's because just 23 percent of the public, has far too many representatives in the House, allowing the extremist to hold the entire country hostage.