In a poll of adults, not likely voters, Gallup finds that the public is 'still leaning" against the current proposed health care bills.
As a straw in the wind, the Times ran a guest piece in their Week In Review explaining to libs that the current bills include a "public option" so watered down that surrendering it altogether won't be a fatal blow to current liberal fantasies.
Hah! I enjoy the poignant presumption that the debate is really about expanding access to health care. Politically, the Dem strategy is to create a new middle class entitlement, however watered down, and new public sector jobs. They can then spend the next few decades "fixing" it by expanding it, buoyed by the belief that no government program ever dies.