Sen. Tom Harkin said the law would never have passed without Clinton's work.
43 percent of people continue to disapprove of the law.
The poll found 54 percent call the law "very important" in determining their vote.
The report found the law’s negative effects will be “substantially larger” than anticipated.
Opposition to the law has returned to levels seen before the botched HealthCare.gov rollout.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case challenging the employer mandate.
The Dem leader said reports of divisions among Democrats on ObamaCare have been exaggerated.
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Nearly 9 in 10 people say fixing healthcare for veterans should be Congress's top priority.
Aside from Medicare and Medicaid, it is the most heavily used issue in political TV advertising.
Opposition to the law stands at 43 percent.
The analysis found the Senate GOP bill would reduce premiums and save $1.4 trillion.
Gallup found 37 percent of youth are not familiar with the healthcare law.
Young people were less likely to brand the law as a failure.
Ryan said he is not “worrying about my own personal ambitions and career moves.”
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