Most Texans are opposed to the Affordable Care Act, but are likely to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace. According to a Texas Lyceum poll released today, 36 percent of people say they have a very or somewhat favorable opinion of Obamacare. That is compared to 41 percent who have a somewhat or very unfavorable opinion of President’s Obama’s healthcare overhaul.

Despite those numbers, a majority of uninsured Texans are likely to purchase health insurance from the federal exchange. The poll shows 57 percent of people are likely to purchase insurance through the marketplace, compared to 36 percent who would not. Open enrollment in the marketplace opened, this morning.