A new Kaiser Family Foundation national poll shows support for President Barack Obama's health care bill bumping up in a significant way over the past month, data that seems to affirm the idea pushed by Administration officials that the legislation will ultimately be a net political positive for their party. Forty eight percent of adults tested in Kaiser's June survey had a favorable view of the law while 41 percent had an unfavorable view. That marks a reversal from the May Kaiser numbers where those who saw the legislation in a favorable light (41 percent) were outnumbered by those who viewed the law unfavorably (44 percent). Interestingly, the favorable/unfavorable numbers for the health care law are remarkably consistent in the Kaiser numbers even when the sample is slimmed down to registered or even likely voters -- both of which are far more predictive of electoral outcomes than an "adults" sample.

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