Two extraordinary events happened on Tuesday: The opening of insurance exchanges at the center of President Obama’s health care law and a partial government shutdown stemming from disagreement over the federal budget and whether to defund or delay Obamacare.
While voters oppose defunding the health care law, they say implementation should be delayed, and a majority wants all or part of the law repealed. Voters also view the shutdown negatively and clearly think it is a serious problem, yet a majority believes their family won’t be significantly affected by it. [cont.]
Dana Blanton, Fox News