By Elise Viebeck - 06/27/12 05:25 PM EDT
The poll, released Wednesday, also found that self-identified "independents" and "moderates" are skeptical of the law, meaning GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's promises to work against it in the White House may be well-received by swing voters.
The Affordable Care Act as a whole tends to fare poorly in opinion polls. Its individual provisions are often more popular than the law itself, a polling memo noted, though these are outweighed by wide unhappiness with the individual mandate to buy health insurance.
Read more on the poll here.