Americans following the stream of Obamacare facts out of Washington aren't as happy with the new law as they were before, according to a new poll.
According to this just-released CNN/ORC International survey, support for the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, slipped from 51% in January to a current low of 39%.
Support dropped in all demographics, with the steepest slide in two core Democratic groups: women and Americans making less than $50,000.
"Those are also the two groups that are most likely to pay attention to health insurance issues, and possibly the ones most likely to be affected by any changes," CNN Polling Director Keating Holland said. "That may be particularly true for lower-income Americans who are most likely to have part-time jobs, be on Medicaid, or not currently have health insurance and thus be the first to have to navigate the new system."