A new CNN/Opinion Research poll shows that support for President Obama's individual insurance mandate has declined by six points in the last four months, and opposition has swelled to 60 percent.
According to the poll, only 38 percent of those polled support the mandate. In August, that number was 44 percent. And as support dwindles, opposition increases. In August, 56 percent opposed the measure, a number that how now grown to 60 percent.* The new numbers are all-time lows and highs respectively.
The new numbers come on the heels of a federal judge in Virginia ruling that the individual mandate is unconstitutional.
(H/T: The Hill)
*This figure has been corrected.