Half say ruling on health care will be partisan

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More Americans think Supreme Court justices will be acting mainly on their partisan political views than on a neutral reading of the law when they decide the constitutionality of President Obama’s health-care law, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Poll Questions

Q: On another subject, overall, do you support or oppose the federal law making changes to the health care system? Do you feel that way strongly or somewhat?

No opinion

Q: The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments about the health care law later this month. Of these three options, which would you prefer to have the Supreme Court do? Uphold the entire law, throw out the part of the law that requires individuals to have coverage, and keep the rest of the law, or throw out the entire law.

Q: Do you think the Supreme Court justices will rule on this case mainly (on the basis of the law) or mainly (on the basis of their partisan political views)?

No opinion

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