"Hispanics are evenly divided: 47% approve of the law, while 47% disapprove. Over most of the past four years, Hispanics have offered more support than opposition for the health care law. As recently as September, 2013, 61% of Hispanics approved of the law. Support for the ACA among Hispanics fell sharply in October of 2013 (to 47%) and has yet to recover."But the young are warming to it:
"People younger than 30 do not view the law as negatively as do older Americans. About as many young people approve (50%) as disapprove (47%) of the health care law. Among older age groups, majorities disapprove. That marks a change from December, when younger people had about the same view of the health care law as older adults. "However, one doubts that this means there will be a sudden uptick in the young buying health care policies. It's easier to say yes to a poll than to sign up for a $150-$250/mo policy. Their priorities are not health care over cell phone service.
H/T Byron York