An addendum to that Rasmussen poll:
Unlike in many other states, the recently-passed national health care plan doesn’t appear to be a major factor in the race [Murray vs GOP]. Washington voters are slightly more favorable toward the plan than voters nationwide.
Voters in Washington, for example, are evenly divided over whether the plan is good (45%) or bad (45%) for the country.
Fifty-one percent (51%) favor repeal of the plan, including 42% who strongly favor it. Forty-seven percent (47%) oppose repeal, with 39% who are strongly opposed.
Nationwide, the majority of Americans favor repeal as well.