Rasmussen: Little Change in Repeal Poll

by Ryan on July 2, 2012

in Election 2012,Health Care,Law,Politics,Stupid government

According to Rasmussen Reports, there was little change in the percentage of likely voters who want to see some or all of Obamacare repealed after Thursday’s landmark Supreme Court ruling.  The current 52% -39% poll has actually moved little since the law was passed over two years ago.

Apparently, being deemed constitutional through some odd bait-and-switch language by a Chief Justice who still has the nation scratching our heads did little to change people’s opinions… except on their opinion of the Supreme Court:  the court’s positives are down 3 points, while the court’s negatives are up 11, and around 56% of those surveyed believe that the court follows a political agenda rather than being impartial!  Ouch.

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