Record traffic continues before tonight's deadline. 1.6M+ visits (2pm) to http://t.co/oZaZC4p00C and 840k+ calls (4pm). #GetCoveredNow
— HealthCare.gov (@HealthCareGov) March 31, 2014
The federal Obamacare website is experiencing "record volume" Monday, the deadline for enrolling in coverage, the Obama administration said.
At the same time, news comes that the Affordable Healthcare Act has more support than naysayers for the first time.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll found 49 percent of Americans support the law and 48 percent oppose it.
Support surged among Democrats, jumping from 65 percent in January to 76 percent today.
Even among conservatives, support doubled to 36 percent of them backing it now compared to 17 percent in November. Still negative numbers, but a strong sign of improvement.
Also, on the constantly voted upon issue of repealing the law, Americans were also narrowly split: 49 percent of all respondents oppose those efforts, and 47 percent support them. Among registered voters the split was a slightly wider 50 percent oppose versus 46 percent support.