Americans are evenly split on the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Obamacare, with equal numbers supporting the ruling and thinking the law should have been struck down. Fifty-two percent of Americans believe at least part of the law should be repealed.
Forty-six percent of adults nationally believe the court got it right; but 46 percent of adults think that the Supreme Court should have overturned the bill, according to a new Gallup survey.
Democrats are slightly less united in their support for the bill than Republicans are in their opposition. Seventy-nine percent of Democrats say the law should have been upheld, while 16 percent of Democrats say it should have been overturned.
Eighty-six percent of Republicans think the court was wrong to uphold the law, while 13 percent agree with the ruling.
“When asked what they want Congress to do now that the high court has upheld the 2010 law, 31 percent say they would repeal the law entirely and 21 percent would keep the law in place but repeal parts of it,” Gallup noted.