Poll: 56% say Obama tried to intimidate the Supreme Court on ObamaCare
A 56 percent majority of voters think the president was trying to intimidate the Supreme Court when he publicly commented on the health care case and referred to the justices as “an unelected group of people.” Forty percent disagree. Most Republicans (81 percent), a majority of independents (61 percent) and more than a quarter of Democrats (29 percent) believe Obama was trying to strong-arm the justices…
There’s widespread concern that if the court were to uphold the requirement to buy health insurance it would mean the government could require people to buy other things. Fully 71 percent of voters are either “very” or “somewhat” concerned by what this would mean going forward.
The Supreme Court has the best job rating of the three branches of government. Overall, 48 percent of voters approve, while 33 percent disapprove. The remaining 19 percent are unsure.