The Supreme Court Gets An 'F' From The American Public: Poll

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Less than 30 per cent of the country thinks the Supreme Court stays objective when rendering decisions.A new poll from the New York Times and CBS reveals 76 per cent of Americans think the justices decide their cases based on personal and political views.

If true, that could spell disaster for the Obama Administration.

The predominately conservative court is set to release an opinion about Obamacare later this month.

Challengers of the law call it unconstitutional and yearn for the court to strike down the individual mandate, if not the entire law.

The poll also asked participants what they think of Obama’s landmark health care law and a little less than half of Americans strongly disapprove.

A shocking 36 per cent of Americans strongly disapprove of the law while only 18 per cent strongly approve.

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