The report, released Monday, shows that only self-identified Democrats support the plan, with strong majorities of both Republicans and Independents opposing the president.
Gallup initially asked respondents which way they wanted their representatives to vote on health care reform. Forty-two percent said their congressman should vote "no" while only 35 percent said their congressman should vote in favor of the bill. Another 22 percent were undecided.
When those undecided respondents were pressed to say whether they "leaned" towards either a 'yes' or a 'no' vote, the gap between support and opposition tightened--with 49 percent saying they either leaned toward or desired a 'no' vote from Congress, while 44 percent said they either leaned toward or wanted a 'yes' vote on health reform.