ABC News 
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
With a number of polls showing a sustained level of opposition to the Democrats’ health care reform efforts more than five months after passage, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the Obama administration has “a lot of reeducation to do” heading into the midterms.
While some surveys – namely the Kaiser Family Foundation monthly tracking poll  – have suggested an uptick in support for the reforms, most other surveys  continue to show a steady level of opposition to the new law that remains higher than the favorable opinions of it.
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“Unfortunately, there still is a great deal of confusion about what is in [the reform law] and what isn’t,” Sebelius told ABC News Radio in an interview Monday.
“So, we have a lot of reeducation to do,” Sebelius said.
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