The people may continue to think the president’s signature legislation has its problems, but at least two brokers working on enrollment have mostly moved past the rocky rollout and are finding relatively few problems with the public health insurance exchanges.

The Kaiser Family Foundation, which has been tracking public opinion of the Affordable Care Act since its passage in March 2010, released a January poll Thursday morning showing 50% of Americans view the law as “unfavorable” — up from 49% in November and 48% in December. Thirty-four percent of Americans in the January survey have a “favorable” view of the ACA.

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