Independents are fairly close to the general numbers, though they are likely to be disappointed by the Teabagging extremists who will want to continue fighting.
In the latest survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, 56 percent of respondents said they prefer Obamacare opponents "stop their efforts to block the law and move on to other national problems," while 38 percent said they prefer those opponents "continue trying to block the law from being implemented."Since Obamacare is Romneycare without support for abortion, can we at least get opponents to admit that they're against Obamacare because they simply don't like Obama because he's black? It's hard to come to any other conclusion based on the history of the right wing created plan.
Kaiser, a nonprofit, independent foundation that studies health policy and opinions, polled 1,239 adults beginning last Thursday, when the Supreme Court upheld Obama's health law under Congress's taxing power.
Predictably, responses broke down on partisan lines, but independents who do not lean toward either party also preferred Obamacare critics drop their repeal push by a margin of 51 percent to 35 percent. Respondents favored the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the law by a margin of 47 percent to 43 percent, Kaiser found.