(Kaiser Family Foundation)

This could explain, at least in part, why Republicans aren’t pursuing a particularly aggressive repeal agenda. They are taking on bits and pieces: The House plans to pursue, in coming weeks, a repeal vote on the CLASS Act, the long-term care insurance program that the Obama administration deemed unworkable last fall. But there’s no full-on repeal vote this session and, politically speaking, these poll results suggest that Republicans don’t need one: the Supreme Court cases have already convinced the public that the fate of the health reform law is uncertain.