Very few people believe the Supreme Court will rule fairly in the latest case that could jeopardize Obamacare, according to a new poll.
Only one person in 10 is highly confident in the court’s objectivity on King v. Burwell, while 48 percent say they are not confident the justices will put aside personal opinions, the survey by the Associated Press found.
The figures reveal a measure of disillusionment in the public’s view of the justices on this case, which could cancel health insurance for 8 to 9 million people if the plaintiffs succeed.
Interestingly, a majority of opponents of the healthcare law (60 percent) said they were not confident in the court’s objectivity. The Supreme Court currently has a conservative majority.