Nationally, the Affordable Care Act is disliked by a majority of voters, but the health care law is gaining in popularity with Californians.
That's according to a new Field Poll which show 56 percent of the state's registered voters believe the Affordable Care Act is being well executed in California.
The poll shows 35 percent still don't like it -- the overwhelming number of those people are Republicans.
Nationally 54 percent want the Affordable Care Act to be repealed.
In California, pollsters find that only things voters support the healthcare law really would like changed is the amount of money insurance companies can charge for coverage.