Polls vary between 28% to 48% opposed, and between 54% to 70% in favor. It really just depends on which group did the polling and which bias they promote. But the trends show more favoring than opposing.
Most of those who are educated about Obamacare are against it, as demonstrated in groups like congress, who have read Obamacare and exempted themselves from it (which by the way is against the constitution). Even those people whom are showcased by the media for signing up for Obamacare, Didn't really sign up, they are just paid to say they did, even going as far as to use fake names. Supposedly over 50% of the population is against Obamacare by know, but we really don't know. I am willing to bet that those who support Obamacare will change their minds when they get the first bill for their health insurance, unless Obama decides to exempt them from the paying of their bills, then they will, as they do now, support Obama all the way.
I cannot support something that I think is unconstitutional. Our country is about freedoms, and forcing people to buy something is not what I would call constitutional. What was suppose to happen was a regulation of insurance companies, not of the people.
It's a tricky question. I don't like Obamacare. But not because it does too much but because it does too little to fix our health care system. Still, I support it because you have to start somewhere. There are about one third of Americans that think the way I do about Obamacare. So, if you take that position into account, you really have two thirds of Americans that would rather have Obamacare than nothing at all.