The White House’s Obamacare victory lap is looking more like a false start

What’s perhaps more telling is that, despite the rare good news of the past few weeks, their perceptions of the law remain basically as-is — that is, pretty dim. To wit:

Americans say 50-41 that the implementation of the law has been worse than they expected rather than better.
They say 44-24 that the health-care system is getting worse rather than getting better as a result of Obamacare.
They say 29-14 that the quality of care is getting worse rather than better.
They say 47-8 that their health-care costs are increasing due to the law rather than decreasing.
They say 58-11 that the overall cost of health care in the United States is increasing rather than decreasing.