My latest column notes that while Obamacare as a brand may not be terribly well-liked, the law’s provisions are almost uniformly popular. The piece cited a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll that asked respondents about their views of many of the law’s core components; here are more-detailed results from that survey, including results by party affiliation.
As you can see, all but one of the components included on this survey were supported by a majority of Americans. The exception: the individual mandate.
Additionally, all but two of the components were also supported by a majority of Republicans. The exceptions: the individual mandate and the employer mandate. Republicans don’t like mandates, it seems. (For the record, I’m for the individual mandate, against the employer mandate.)
Every provision included on the survey was supported by a majority of Democrats.