Voters opposed by 51 percent to 35 percent health-care legislation that was supported by Obama and passed by the House of Representatives on Nov. 7, the poll showed. At the same time, voters favored allowing people to be covered by a government-run insurance plan, a part of the House measure, and are against provisions that would make it harder to get the option, according to the pollís findings.
So if it was easier, would these people then switch to support the health-care legislation that was passed? That is the underlying question. These provisions obviously put in place to please the Republicans and the more conservative Democrats actually caused public support to drop it seems.