The raging debate over health care reform has not changed opinions much, according to a poll released Sunday by Rasmussen Reports.
“As the House prepares to vote today on the president’s health care plan, 41% of all voters nationally favor the plan, while 54% oppose it,” Rasmussen reported. “These figures have changed very little for months.”
Of those who oppose it, more than half are concerned about the cost of health care will go up.
“Only 24% cite the lack of universal coverage as the biggest problem with health care,” according to the report.
While Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has cited the health care plan as defining the difference between a Democrat and a Republican, “no” votes are expected from some House Democrats when the roll is called.