Americans are becoming less divided about the Affordable Care Act, as the gap between favorable and unfavorable views of the law has narrowed among both the general public and the uninsured, a new survey finds.
Forty-six percent of the public now hold an unfavorable view of the law, while 38% hold a favorable view of it, the Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds. The eight-point gap is roughly half the gap seen in November and January after the troubled launch of Healthcare.gov, and is closer to the split recorded earlier last year, Kaiser says.
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