The Hill 
November 14, 2013
ObamaCare’s public approval rating continues to slide down as more people rate healthcare as one of the largest problems facing the country, according to a new poll.
A Gallup poll  released Wednesday found disapproval for the healthcare law has spiked to a year high of 55 percent. Only 40 percent of people currently approve of the law.
The increase in disapproval comes as 19 percent  of people see healthcare as the most important problem facing the country — a 7-point spike since October. Only dissatisfaction with government ranks higher with 26 percent.