Healthcare
McArdle questions Nate Silver's analysis:

[T]he bigger problem is that Nate classified everyone opposing reform because it doesn't go far enough as opposing it from the left.  Undoubtedly, that's true of many, even most, of those respondents.  But I could go down to Cato right now and poll 65% support for the proposition that the health care reform doesn't go far enough--in the direction of taking away the employer health care tax exemption, means testing Medicare, and other ideas that no one would call "left".  Republicans who want liability caps and bigger HSAs might have similar complaints.

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