Support for Obamacare dropping

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New numbers suggest that the 2010 health care law is dropping in popularity.

In January 51% of those polled by CNN/ORC said they favored all or most of the provisions in the new law.

Now that figure is down to 39%.

Support has dropped in virtually all demographic categories, but it has fallen the farthest among two core Democratic groups - women and Americans who make less than $50,000.

Other new surveys indicate that many Americans don't think the new law will benefit them. Only 12% of those questioned in a NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll conducted earlier this month said the measure would positively impact them.

A USA Today/Pew Research Center survey conducted at the same time had similar results.