President Obama's health care law, signed back in 2010, is still very much on the American mind.  A new survey from Gallup shows we are still very divided on the issue of health care.

The survey of 1,040 adults asked, if a Republican is elected President in November, would you favor or oppose him repealing the 2010 health care law when he took office? Forty-seven percent of the poll’s respondents did favor a repeal, while 44 percent would want him to keep the law.

Thus, Republican president would have a clear mandate from his own party's supporters to attempt to overturn the law, as all of the Republican candidates have vowed to do if elected. However, such a position may turn off about as many independent voters as it attracts.

Can you say, Catch 22? Let's do our own survey and tell us what you think!

[Gallup]