Just 38% of voters now favor the health care plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats. Thatâs the lowest level of support measured for the plan in nearly two dozen tracking polls conducted since June. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 56% now oppose the plan. Half the survey was conducted before the Senate voted late Saturday to begin debate on its version of the legislation. Support for the plan was slightly lower in the half of the survey conducted after the Senate vote. Prior to this, support for the plan had never fallen below 41%. Last week, support for the plan was at 47%. Two weeks ago, the effort was supported by 45% of voters. Intensity remains stronger among those who oppose the push to change the nationâs health care system: 21% Strongly Favor the plan while 43% are Strongly Opposed. Rasmussen Reports is continuing to track public opinion on the health care plan on a weekly basis. Next weekâs Monday morning update will give an indication of whether these numbers reflect a trend of growing opposition or are merely statistical noise. (Want a free daily e-mail update? If it's in the news, it's in our polls). Rasmussen Reports updates are also available on Twitter or Facebook. Only 16% now believe passage of the plan will lead to lower health care costs. Nearly four times as many (60%) believe the plan will increase health care costs. Most (54%) also believe passage of the plan will hurt the quality of care. As has been the case for months, Democrats favor the plan while Republicans and voters not affiliated with either major party are opposed. The latest numbers show support from 73% of those in the presidentâs party. The plan is opposed by 83% of Republicans and 70% of unaffiliated voters. What has happened here is there has been a debate on healthcare and it is blatantly obvious that the liberal democrats have gotten their asses kicked.