Dr. Jennifer Kates, vice president and director of global health and HIV policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation, discusses the findings of PRRI’s new survey on same-sex marriage and LGBT-related issues.
Opposition to President Obama’s health care reform law has been the heart and soul of many Tea Party activities since the law’s passage in 2010, so it’s unsurprising to see that so many Tea Party members favor action by the Supreme Court to overturn the law. After all, as this graph shows, no group was more supportive of the Supreme Court overturning the health care law than members of the Tea Party. But now that Obamacare has been left mostly intact, could opposition to health care reform galvanize the Tea Party, which hasn’t been as much of a force in 2012, to spring back into action? Some perspectives from the New York Times, Business Insider, and CBN.