Not that you will understand, but these are two entirely different questions regarding polling.<quoted text>Polls also show that a VAST majority of people did NOT want Obama care either but the representatives of those same people rammed it thru anyway.
I won't even get into the clearly class warfare angle or how little effective $'s will come from the 'top 2%' that already pay the bulk of ALL taxes but the Dems/Progressives want to deprive them of even more.
The question that was presented was "Why, oh why, do you liberals claim that the GOP is getting blamed for this stalemate." The answer was, look at the polls. Just like the polls gave an accurate picture of the presidential election, the polls are giving an accurate picture of the opinion of the people on this question. I know. Data. Icky.
On the Healthcare Act, it really matters what poll and what the questions are. A poll that asks, "Do you approve" is not going to give a clear result because many on the left don't approve of the law either; it's too conservative. That doesn't equate to those folks wanting it repealed. Try looking at poll numbers on the separate components of the ACA. Most of them have approval of around 60%.
Anyway, that's old news. It's law. Keep the conversation current and relevant.