According to a new Washington Post/ABC poll, 57% of respondents support a public option. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that support for a government-run health-care plan to compete with private insurers has rebounded from its summertime lows and wins clear majority support from the public. Americans remain sharply divided about the overall packages moving closer to votes in Congress and President Obama's leadership on the issue, reflecting the partisan battle that has raged for months over the administration's top legislative priority. But sizable majorities back two key and controversial provisions: both the so-called public option and a new mandate that would require all Americans to carry health insurance."
Michelle Obama will be on the Jay Leno show on Friday.
Finally, remember that Hillary Clinton debt? Well, her campaign still owes slightly less than $1 million -- all of it owed to Mark Penn's polling firm.