41% favor, 56% oppose, however, of the opposition, 12% say it's "not liberal enough". That is 53% who either favor it or want it to go even further.
24% want to keep it as it is, 19% think it just needs some minor changes, 21% think it needs major changes. Only 29% think it needs to be repealed, entirely.
However, a month ago, 52% thought it was a disaster waiting to happen, and only 45% thought it would work eventually.
The majority of independents oppose it, but without qualification (ie. is it too liberal or not liberal enough, and should it be fixed or repealed), however, they very strongly oppose the tactics the GOP used to try to defund it, and that will hurt them at the polls.
A month ago, also, 56% said make it work a well as possible, and 38% said cut funding to stop it.
So, as it stands, the majority would likely break towards fixing, rather than repealing it. There's still 3 years to go, so I'd say if it's still a mess in 3 years, the democrats will be in a bad place. If it's working relatively well in 3 years, the GOP is ****ed. They've made their entire party the Repeal OC Party. They've already repealed it like 40 times. They've already shut down the government to stop it. They'll probably repeal it another dozen times before 2016. Then, when the DNC is running on fix OC, they'll still be running on repeal OC.
So I think it really depends on the perception the public gets over the next 3 years: Is OC getting better, or getting worse, from here. I think that'll be the game, right there.