A tracking poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation finds a dip on several measures of public opinion on health care reform.
The number of Americans who said they personally would be better off if reform passes fell to 35% percent in December, down from 42% percent the month before. Meanwhile, 27% percent said they would be worse off, and 32% didn’t expect to see much of a difference.
The number saying the country would be better off if health care reform passes fell to 45%, from 54% in November. This compares to 31% who said the country would be worse off and 17% who saw no impact.