So the polls keep on coming and people who have something to say try to knock the results into the thick skulls of our politicians. This seems about right to me.
The whole is worth reading, though not surprising.
But hidden away in Brownstein's description of the findings is this remarkable paragraph:
Get that? Three camps, not the two -- young and brown v. the old and white -- that this commentator sees facing off on almost all other topics.
It's still true: the unspoken secret underlying Obamacare's failure, so far, to win majority support is that about one third of us simply suspect that it will not to go far enough to ensure access and care for all of us. With the insurance profiteers in the mix, we remain unconvinced -- and largely unheard.
Maybe the implementation of Obamacare all work out, but with Republicans throwing up every road block they can find, the administration has a hard job ahead.