Since Thursday’s ruling that the individual mandate in ObamaCare can survive as a tax, the Supreme Court’s popularity has taken a dive.
According to a Rasmussen poll released Sunday, 28% of those polled say the court is doing a poor job. That is an 11% increase since last week. Plus, the percentage of those who think the court is doing a good or excellent job has fallen by 3 points from 36% to 33%.
@ByronYork I think the approval ratings for the American people by SCOTUS slipped a long time ago
— rt2lyf (@rt2lyf) July 1, 2012
@ByronYork But among the media — approval of SCOTUS is way up!
— Matt Lewis (@mattklewis) July 1, 2012
Rasmussen: SCOTUS approval slips from a week ago, more voters now see it as too liberal and pursuing their own agendas. Shock poll!!
— Ken Gardner (@kesgardner) July 1, 2012
— Matthew DesOrmeaux (@cynicusprime) July 1, 2012
Of course, Supreme Court opinion polls mean little since the justices are not elected officials.
@ByronYork Great! We're gonna vote Roberts out in November! …oh, wait…
— LimeInDaCoconut (@EgoAenigma) July 1, 2012
Why do we need a poll on the #SCOTUS "approval ratings"? We can't vote them out!!
— Greg Farris (@gwfarris1) July 1, 2012
Still, the poll provides a window into the national disgust over ObamaCare.