Even though they lost this round, conservatives vow to continue their fight to dismantle Obamacare. And they point to major troubles with the rollout of the website where Americans without insurance can enroll in the new health care exchanges. [...]Huh, about the same percentage (54 percent) that say "it's a bad thing that the GOP controls the House." Seriously, Republicans, we're done with this fight. The majority wasn't with you on repeal: In March, 2011, in May, 2011 (and that's a Rasmussen poll!), in July, 2012, in November, 2012 (as if the election weren't indication enough), and finally July of this year.
According to the poll, just more than four in 10 say they favor the law, with 56% opposed to it.
But of those opposed, 38% say they are against the law because they think it's too liberal and 12% say it's not liberal enough. That means that 53% either support Obamacare, or say it's not liberal enough.