Healthcare reform fanbase rises

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Healthcare reform is becoming increasingly popular among the uninsured. Reuters reports that support for the legislation hovered around 44% in October, up from 37% in September. This finding was matched by an increased intent to use public exchanges, which stood at 42% in October, up from 37% in September, according to a poll by the firm Ipsos.

The poll also found that the overall public is also increasingly fond of the legislation, and that support rose to 47% in October, up from around 44% in September.

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