A new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows that more than half of Americans say the Supreme Court should rule that the health overhaul law’s requirement to have health insurance or pay a fine is unconstitutional. The poll by the nonpartisan foundation found that 54% of those surveyed said the Supreme Court should rule against the mandate while only 17% said the court should uphold it and 29% either didn’t know or didn’t answer. The survey also found that, while 73% of Republican voters oppose President Obama's health care law, this doesn't color their feelings for leading Republican candidate Mitt Romney: almost half of Republican respondents said the law Romney signed as governor of Massachusetts is different from the federal law.
Poll: Most Say High Court Should Reject Health Insurance Mandate (Wall Street Journal)
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