With financial reform to be negotiated in the next couple of weeks, Congressional Democrats may have three measures that they can talk about achieving on the campaign trail this summer and fall. In addition to looking like they've done something to combat Wall Street excess, the two signature achievements the Obama Democrats have passed is health care reform and the now $862 stimulus bill.
On health care, CBS News is reporting that support for the landmark legislation is up 11%, and now 43% of Americans say they support that bill. However, though it's closer, a majority, or 47%, still do not like the bill.
Regarding the stimulus bill passed over a year, the consensus has stuck for awhile, and now 62% do not think it has worked, according to the Pew Research Center for the People & The Press.