Who voted no? Only about 2% of people (1 person). I can see some drawbacks to the law though. Young people who are healthy will end up paying more for health insurance (if they are over 26 and/or make more than 400% the poverty rate in jobs that do not offer health care). And some peoples hours will be cut to avoid providing insurance. But for them, the law should be reformed at a later date to fix that loophole.
But aside from that, what has been so horrible about the law? Of the policies that were cancelled many were subpar, and the people can now get policies on the exchange.
Anyway, I’m still in favor of it and the good outweighs the bad by far. The law is very half assed though and needs major reform. I haven’t met many supporters who disagree with that. But half a loaf which may eventually become 3/4 of a loaf if much better than nothing.
Our system still needs massive reform. Using the public sector to negotiate prices, transparent pricing, more competition built into the system, comparative effectiveness built into the system, true universal coverage irregardless of income or job, etc. But those reforms will come later (if at all).