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Support for ObamaCare is creeping up, and it could tick even higher if Americans were better informed about the specifics of the law, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll released Tuesday.
In the survey, only eight percent of adults correctly responded that ObamaCare is costing less than expected. Meanwhile, 50 percent of adults — and a whopping 70 percent of Republicans — said it was costing more than planned, while 18 percent said the cost remained unchanged, and 23 percent were unsure.
In March, a Congressional Budget Office report concluded ObamaCare would cost 11 percent less than expected.
Despite that confusion, though, for the first time since November 2012 a plurality of Americans hold a favorable opinion of the law.