Gallup: ObamaCare approval hits new low

by David McCabe  |  published on November 17, 2014

A new survey finds that approval of ObamaCare is lower than ever before.

Thirty-seven percent of Americans approve of the Affordable Care Act, according to a new survey from Gallup.

The previous low was in January, when 38 percent said they approved of the law. At that time, the White House was still recovering from the disastrous launch of, the website where consumers could search for plans.

Gallup found that approval of the law splits radically along party lines.

Democrats approve of ObamaCare at much higher rates while just 8 percent of Republicans approve.

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