Talking point: the post-health care midterm outlook.
We are Democratic pollsters who argued against the health-care legislation that the Obama administration chose to pursue. Instead, we advocated incremental health-care reform. With the passage of health reform, some harsh political realities have emerged. Recent polling shows that despite lofty predictions that a broad-based Democratic constituency would be activated by the bill's passage, the bill has been an incontrovertible disaster.
Did did the bill's passage affect your attitudes towards the midterms? How?