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Opposition to the individual mandate is at an all-time high, according to a new Rasmussen poll.

Fifty-eight percent of Americans don’t believe the government should require every American to have health insurance, up from 54 percent last month. Just 33 percent of likely voters support the mandate, a cornerstone of the president’s health care reform law.

The peak comes just weeks before the individual mandate kicks in on Jan. 1. The Obama administration and state exchanges are in the midst of a last-minute push to enroll as many Americans in Obamacare coverage as possible before the deadline, but things are looking iffy.