Yet More Healthcare Polling

| Wed Jan. 26, 2011 1:41 PM EST

Here's yet another poll showing what people think of healthcare reform. It's from Kaiser:

This is a little different from the last poll we saw, but not a lot. Overall, 47% want to keep or expand the law and 43% want to repeal or narrow the law. Additionally, most people disapprove of defunding the law and most of the individual provisions of the law remain popular except for the individual mandate. No surprises there. But take a look at this:

Items 1, 3, and 4 are all beneficial to seniors, yet seniors are less favorable toward them than younger people. Item 2 is harmful to seniors, but seniors are more favorable toward it than younger people. Only item 5 polls about the way you'd expect it to. The differences aren't huge, and it's questionable whether everyone really understood exactly what all these provisions mean, but it's still a bit of an odd result, isn't it?

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