Public Splits on Health Care Law Amid Concern Over Website Flaws

A majority of Americans see the website glitches at as a sign of broader problems implementing the new federal health care law. But it’s not enough to send them screaming.

Online snafus aside, a new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that Americans divide about evenly on the law itself, 46-49 percent – near its average since the law was passed, and in fact a slightly less negative assessment than a month ago. Moreover, two-thirds either support the law outright or are willing to let it proceed and see how it works, vs. one-third who favor its repeal. [cont.]

Gary Langer, ABC News