Example? Who passes a healthcare bill that >60% of America didn't want? It certainly doesn't sound like Palin to me.
Who pulls numbers out of his/her ass? Answer: you.
Well, here's an article from a year ago saying almost 60% of people didn't want it: http://www.mediaite.com/online/almost-60-of-americans-oppose-health-care-bill-but-for-different-reasons/
Another poll that I saw before with tons of backing showed that even a year later, more and more people oppose the bill (I think the final result was ~62% of people hated it?). And it was done by liberal surveyors too -- that's pretty telling. I'll try to find that article later. But as DShiznit said, only 40% really hate it, the other ~22% most likely said "they slightly dislike it" or the like.
If I pulled that decently real of information out of my ass, I would probably be taking a dump for hours trying to post it.
no, 22% wanted it to go farther and be more powerful. That's my point, we're so divided on this issue that no matter what a leader tries to do, at least half the country is going to hate it for various reasons.