Approval for the Affordable Care Act among those who have actually tried to sign up for it is dramatically higher than approval among the general public, according to a new poll.
About 46 percent of those who have attempted to enroll in Obamacare coverage say they support the law, the Associated Press-GfK poll found, while 31 percent say they don't.
Compare that to the 27 percent of the general public who say they support Obamacare, while 42 percent say they oppose it and 30 percent say they're neutral.
The poll, conducted from Jan. 17 to 21, surveyed 1,060 U.S. adults in online interviews. It has a margin of error of 3.9 percentage points.