In other news, Obamacare is still really unpopular 

As the media has turned its focus to Rep. Paul Ryan's Medicare reform plan, one story that's floated under the radar is the persistent bad polling for President Obama's national health care law.

Despite Democratic predictions that it would become popular once passed, more than a year after Obama signed the law, just 38 of American favor it, according to the average -- that's the lowest level since the site started keeping track. Opposition is at 46 percent -- off the all time high, but still comfortably outpacing the favorable levels.

It's true that there hasn't been as much polling on the health care law over the past few months as there was last year, but to the extent there has been polling, it's been bad for Democrats.

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