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Obamacare’s many problems have convinced a majority of Americans to conclude that the health-care law isn’t working as intended, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll released Tuesday.

The nonprofit, which has released a monthly tracking poll on the health care law since its passage in 2010, found that 57 percent of respondents believe that “there have been so many problems since the law’s rollout that it’s clear the law is not working as planned.” Just 38 percent believe that despite “early problems,” the law is now “basically working as intended.”

The poll found that 46 percent have unfavorable opinions of the health care law, while 38 percent view it favorably. There’s been no change in Obamacare’s favorability since last month, although a Washington Post-ABC poll also released Tuesday saw a five-point drop in approval of the health care law.