Nearly 60 percent of Americans oppose the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a new poll.

The CNN/ORC International poll, released Wednesday, finds that 59 percent say they oppose the law, while another 40 percent support it. The remaining 1 percent said they don't have an opinion.

Opposition ticked up two percentage points since March, up from 57 percent, while support edged up 1 percent, from 39 percent.

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