Should the Supreme Court strike down healthcare subsidies under King v. Burwell, a majority of voters (52 percent) believe states without their own healthcare exchanges should use state and federal
There seems to be confusion among voters about the heart of the King v. Burwell case: whether a certain provision in the 2010 bill limits subsidies to state-run exchanges. The
A large majority of voters say they want their credit cards to come with an updated computer chip and a 4-digit PIN number, according to Morning Consult polling. Exactly 50%
Of those registered voters who have an opinion, about 57% say that if a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline passed, President Obama should NOT veto it. Partisan differences
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