Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Americans now support health reform

The Democratic National Committee raised over $1 million in a single day -- without directly asking for donations -- after the health reform package passed.

Public opinion overall swayed drastically, too, since the bill passed. 49 percent of Americans now support the package that was signed by President Barack Obama yesterday, as opposed to 40 percent who view it negatively.

Previously that number was reversed, with more opposing the package than supporting it. However, that was due in part to a good one-in-ten Americans who wanted an even more liberal reform bill. The numbers of those who support the law today reflect that.

As more positive aspects of the health care law become common knowledge, you can expect to see a higher number of Americans supporting it.

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