June, 2012

Survey | Americans Divided Over the Fate of Health Care Reform


In the week before the Supreme Court’s June 2012 decision on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, a new survey finds that more than 4-in-10 Americans (43 percent) were opposed to a Supreme Court that would overturn the health care law, while 35 percent favored this action. Women and black Americans were substantially more likely than men and white Americans to oppose a decision that would overturn the 2010 law.

Fact Sheet | Catholics and New Battle Lines over Religious Liberty


What You Need to Know I. Catholics overall (55 percent) and a plurality of Americans (50 percent) DO NOT believe that the right to religious liberty is being threatened in America today. But white Catholics are MORE DIVIDED. A majority of Catholics overall (55 percent) do not believe the right of religious liberty is being threatened in America today, compared to 44 percent who say it is being threatened. Americans […]