Pew poll shows most people disapprove of ACA, but still want the law to work

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is about to celebrate its four-year anniversary but the law remains unpopular with the public, according to the latest survey from the Pew Research Center. Fifty-three percent of the 3,335 adults surveyed this month disapprove of the 2010 healthcare reform law, while 41 percent are in favor it. However, when researchers asked ACA opponents about the law's future, 30 percent said they want politicians to do what they can to make the ACA work as well as possible. Poll results

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