The botched rollout of ObamaCare has opened up a two-front credibility crisis for the White House, with voters wary both of President Obama's promises and the ability of the federal government to solve Washington's most intractable problems.

The administration has been on the defensive over Obama’s repeated claims that Americans could keep their insurance plans under Obamacare if they liked them.

Even more vexing for the White House though is creeping distrust among voters that federal agencies can deliver the sweeping policy agenda Obama promised in February’s State of the Union.

Amid the embarrassing rollout — and with little to show from the first year of his second term — Obama is at risk of being tuned out by voters just as he needs their support to pursue his ambitious slate of domestic reforms.

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