Friday, February 24, 2012

Poll Watch: Quinnipiac Survey on Health Care

Quinnipiac Survey on Health Care

Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling health care? 
  • Approve 40%
  • Disapprove 56%
Do you think Congress should try to repeal the health care law, or should they let it stand?
  • Should repeal it 52%
  • Should let it stand 39%
The Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the health care law. Do you want the Supreme Court to uphold the health care law or overturn it?
  • Uphold it 39%
  • Overturn it 50%
Do you think that health insurance plans should cover birth control as preventive care for women or not?
  • Yes 71%
  • No 24%
Do you think the federal government should require private employers to offer free birth control coverage as part of their health insurance benefit plans or not?
  • Yes 47%
  • No 48%
Among Democrats
  • Yes 69%
  • No 27%
Among Republicans
  • Yes 25%
  • No 72%
Among Independents
  • Yes 48%
  • No 46%
Among Men
  • Yes 43%
  • No 53%
Among Women
  • Yes 51%
  • No 43%
As you may know, President Obama recently announced an adjustment to the administration's health-care rule regarding religiously affiliated employers providing birth control coverage to female employees. Women will still be guaranteed coverage for birth control without any out-of-pocket cost, but will have to seek the coverage directly from their insurance companies if their employers object to birth control on religious grounds. Do you approve or disapprove of President Obama's decision?
  • Approve 54%
  • Disapprove 38%
Among Democrats
  • Approve 75%
  • Disapprove 18%
Among Republicans
  • Approve 32%
  • Disapprove 63%
Among Independents
  • Approve 56%
  • Disapprove 36%
Do you think it is wrong or not wrong to use artificial birth control methods, also known as contraceptives?
  • Yes, wrong 12%
  • No, not wrong 82%
Among Catholics
  • Yes, wrong 18%
  • No, not wrong 75%
Survey of 2,605 registered voters was conducted February 14-20, 2012. The margin of error is +/- 1.9 percentage points. Party ID: 30% Democrat; 28% Republican; 33% Independent.

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