A new poll showing Obamacare’s popularity sagging almost fails to qualify as news these days. That’s how steady the program’s decline has been. A new Kaiser Family Foundation survey shows 43 percent favor the health-care program enacted in March, while 45 percent oppose it. In the same poll last month, 50 percent were in favor. Other numbers: Just 39 percent think the program will make the country better, down from 43 percent in July. Of course, proof of the substance and accuracy of the Kaiser poll and others is seen in the number of Democratic candidates for office this fall who are making Obamacare a centerpiece in their campaigns: none that we know of. If they were, now that would be man-bites-dog news!