Most Americans still oppose the nation's health reform law just as its main provisions are only months away from implementation.

A new CNN/ORC International poll found that 54 percent of Americans oppose the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, while 43 percent support it.

That figure remains mostly unchanged since polling began in 2010, when President Obama signed PPACA into law. Still, the number isn't great news for Democrats who've been struggling to market the law as the main components of it are set to begin within months. Enrollment in the law's health care exchanges is set to begin Oct. 1, with coverage beginning in January.

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