Although opinions about the health reform law as a whole remain divided, support is growing for specific provisions of the bill, says Humphrey Taylor, chairman of the Harris Poll. For instance, almost two out of three respondents in a March 2012 poll said they would not want to repeal the requirement in the law that prevents insurers from denying coverage to people because they are sick, or have been sick. In this short video, Mr. Taylor outlines growing support for other provisions as well. Produced by the Alliance for Health Reform. Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.