A new Washington Post/ABC poll shows that support for the health-care law has surged among Democrats, with 76% of Democrats supporting the law -- up 11 points since January.
Republicans, however, remain firmly against the law, with 78% opposing it.
Overall, among all respondents in that poll, 49% support the law and 48% oppose it -- which is different from other recent health-care polling (although the questioning is somewhat different).
This month's NBC/WSJ poll found 35% calling the law a good idea, versus 49% calling it a bad idea. (In the same poll, 65% of Democrats said the law is a good idea, compared with 85% of Republicans saying it is a bad idea.)
And a Kaiser survey -- considered the gold standard on health-care polling -- found 46% with a negative view of the health-care law and 38% with a positive view.