View on plaintiff ruling for health reform Supreme Court case March 2015

Opinions among U.S. adults in federal marketplace states on ruling in favor of plaintiff in Supreme Court case on health reform as of March 2015

View on plaintiff ruling for health reform Supreme Court case March 2015 This survey shows the percentage of U.S. adults living in federal or partnership marketplace states based on their perceived impact of the Supreme Court case on health care reform (King v. Burwell) ruling in favor of the plaintiff, as of March 2015. Some 16 percent of these adults believe favoring the plaintiff would have a minor negative impact on their state.
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Opinions among U.S. adults in federal marketplace states on ruling in favor of plaintiff in Supreme Court case on health reform as of March 2015

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Percentage of respondents
Major negative impact30%
Minor negative impact16%
Minor positive impact13%
Major positive impact10%
No impact16%
Don't know/refused15%
Percentage of respondents
Major negative impact30%
Minor negative impact16%
Minor positive impact13%
Major positive impact10%
No impact16%
Don't know/refused15%
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This survey shows the percentage of U.S. adults living in federal or partnership marketplace states based on their perceived impact of the Supreme Court case on health care reform (King v. Burwell) ruling in favor of the plaintiff, as of March 2015. Some 16 percent of these adults believe favoring the plaintiff would have a minor negative impact on their state.
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Release date
March 2015
Region
United States
Survey time period
March 6 to 12, 2015
Number of respondents
1,503 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)
Supplementary notes
Original question: "Among those living in states with federal/partnership marketplaces: If the Supreme Court rules that financial help to buy health insurance is only available in states with state-run marketplaces, do you think it would have a major impact, a minor impact, or no impact at all on your state. Would that impact be positive or negative?"
The Supreme Court just heard a case about whether the health care law says people in all states can be eligible for financial help from the government to buy health insurance or if financial help is only available to people in states with state-run marketplaces.
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