Obamacare, according to a CNN/ORC International Poll conducted May17-18, is just as unpopular today as it was in 2010 when opposition sent Scott Brown into the presumably Democratic stronghold Senate seat in Massachusetts held previously by Ted Kennedy.

To put things in perspective, Scott Brown has since been replaced by a Democrat, but 54 percent of Americans still oppose the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), aka Obamacare, which will launch Oct. 1 when the Health Insurance Marketplaces swing into action and employers must inform their workforces of their health insurance options.

PPACA becomes the land of the law on Jan. 1, 2014, when no one can be denied health coverage.

The poll iindicates that 35 percent oppose the healthcare law because it is “too liberal," while 16 percent say the law is not liberal enough.

Two-thirds of Democrats favor Obamacare, while just 16 percent of Republicans are on board.