Since November 2010 support has grown among Americans for certain parts of the health care law, including bans on denial of coverage for pre-existing conditions (71% in favor), letting adult children stay on their parents' insurance plans (57% in favor) and requiring many employers to offer insurance to their employees (53% in favor), according to a Harris Interactive/HealthDay poll. Other parts of the law have much less public support, including the individual insurance mandate and the Medicare Independent Payment Advisory Board, with 19% and 38% in favor, respectively.

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