The hysterical debate over health care reform in the United States seems to be taking a toll on Barack Obama’s popularity. According to a new Washington Post/ABC poll 49 per cent now express confidence “that Obama will make the right decisions for the country,” down 11 points from a couple of months ago. And the scary ads about “government run” health care seem to finding a soft-target in the elderly—in June seniors were evenly split on the plan, now a strong majority oppose it.
Obama’s popularity is down 11 points
Health care reform debate is hurting the President