Support for repealing Obamacare hit an all-time low of 52% in Rasmussen's polling a couple weeks ago. Now support for repeal is back up to 60%. It's generally been in the upper 50s since the health care bill became law in March, hitting a high of 63% in May.

Meanwhile, the idea that Obamacare could be repealed is becoming more conceivable to voters. In an April Rasmussen poll, 38% said repeal was likely and 51% said it was unlikely. Now, 41% say it's likely and 45% say it's unlikely.

As reports on Obamacare's harmful effects on the economy and health insurance continue to pile up, Republicans in the House are pushing for a discharge petition to repeal Obamacare.

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