About half of Americans disapprove of ObamaCare, a slight uptick since November of last year, according to a new Gallup poll released Thursday.
Fifty-one percent said they disapprove of ObamaCare, while 44 percent said they support the health law. In November, the poll found that 49 percent disapproved and 47 percent approved.
The poll comes a month after the insurance group Aetna announced it was pulling out of ObamaCare markets in 11 states.
The survey showed that 29 percent say the health law has hurt them and their family, a new high for the poll and a slight raise from the 26 percent who said the same in November.
Eighteen percent say they that ObamaCare has helped them, a 4-point drop since November.
The poll surveyed 1,015 adults from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It has a margin of error of 4 percentage points.