According to the CNN/ORC International survey, 51% of Americans say they oppose the health care law, while 43% say they favor it. It's important to note, however, that of those who disagree with the law, only a third oppose it because it's too liberal, while one in six oppose it because it doesn't go far enough.
And how many of the 43% said they too would rather Obamacare had gone farther, such as to Single-Payer?
Let's see the poll that asks people about when the so-called hearings were going on in the Senate whether they wanted Single-Payer.
We all know that Single-Payer was the majority-American-electorate position. It simply was not allowed to be openly debated in the Senate, and Barack Obama was largely responsible for that lack because he was kissing up to the powers that be with all the mammon they've created for their own sakes and the mass of the people be damned.