Voters say Obama policies will increase nation's debt, SCOTU will overturn health reform
By Lauren McNitt
ProWEB Wire (Industry News)
The Supreme Court will overturn the individual mandate provision of the health care reform law, according to half of voters.
The poll conducted by The Hill found 49 percent of voters said the Supreme Court will strike down the individual mandate, while 29 percent think it will be upheld and 22 percent don’t know. Many voters also think White House policies will make life more difficult for themselves and the nation.
Sixty-two percent of voters sad they think Obama’s policies will add to the nation’s debt, while 25 percent think they will reduce it. In addition, 48 percent think the administration’s policies will increase unemployment, while 38 percent think it will decrease.