With great fanfare, President Barack Obama unveiled his health plan on Monday. In an overnight sampling, Rasmussen reports that Americans don't like it any more than the last batch served up by Democrats.
Voters still strongly oppose the health care reform plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats and think Congress should focus instead on smaller bills that address problems individually rather than a comprehensive plan.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 41% of voters favor the proposed health care plan, while 56% oppose it. Those figures include 45% who strongly oppose the plan and just 23% who strongly favor it.
Not that everyone had time to wade through this morass. My guess is that as it becomes ever more clear, support for it will drop even more. For example, price controls that were tried by former President Gerald Ford in the 1970s and failed miserably.