Americans divided on health care ruling
June 29th, 2012
07:29 PM ET

Americans divided on health care ruling

By Kevin Liptak, CNN

(CNN) – Thursday's Supreme Court ruling upholding President Barack Obama's health care law has Americans divided, according to the first survey following the landmark decision.

Friday's poll from USA Today/Gallup showed 46% of Americans agree with the court's ruling, with 46% saying they disagree. Opinions were predictably split along party lines: 79% of self-identified Democrats agreed with the decision to uphold the president's law, while 83% of Republicans disagreed with the ruling.

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  1. mickey1313

    It is to bad that this hc Bill is not a single payer public option law, like every other 1st world nation of note, and many 3 rd world for that matter

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