The Kaiser Family Foundation has been collecting data on how Americans feel about the Affordable Care Act since 2010, and, unsurprisingly, have found that the biggest determining factor is party affiliation. Democrats are on board, Republicans loathe it and these opinions are reinforced by ongoing partisan rhetoric.
You can explore how different groups of Americans’ opinions about the law have changed over time in this interactive. Note that if someone does not support the law, it doesn’t necessarily mean that he or she is opposed to Obamacare; in a separate poll, CNN found that nearly a quarter of those who say they oppose the law think that it doesn’t go far enough. Also worth noting: The number of Americans who don’t know what to think about the law has been on the rise since the election, and recently reached an all-time high.