The divide is slightly larger, at 37-55, for 'likely' voters in the November mid-term elections.
And of those who see health care as a big issue, they are definitely more drawn to candidates on the Democratic side.
But the President and other Republicans this past week have been expressing their support for protection those with pre-existing conditions, possibly feeling the election heat on the issue.
"All Republicans support people with pre-existing conditions, and if they don’t, they will after I speak to them," the President tweeted. "I am in total support."
Statements like that from the President - and a variety of GOP lawmakers have left Democrats in disbelief, as they accuse Republicans of completely changing their tune on health care in order to portray themselves as something that they are not.
"President Trump and Republicans will do anything to undermine health care and pre-existing condition protections for patients and families across the country," said Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA).
"What. A. Bunch. Of. Lies," tweeted House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi.