Poll taken of "likely voters" on March 15.
3/19/12, "The Hill Poll: Voter gloom on Obama’s jobs, gas, debt policies," The Hill, Elise, Viebeck
"Half of likely voters expect the Supreme Court to strike down President Obama’s signature healthcare law, and strong majorities see other major policies coming from the White House making life more difficult for themselves and the country, according to this week’s The Hill Poll....
On economic issues, 62 percent of voters say Obama’s policies will increase the debt, while 25 percent think they will cut it, and by a 48-percent-to-38-percent margin, voters believe those policies will increase joblessness rather than put people back to work....
Responses from independent voters tended to mirror Republicans’ attitudes more than Democrats’.
Sixty-nine percent of independents predicted the federal debt would increase as a result of Obama’s presidency, and 61 percent predicted an increase in gas prices.
They also lacked confidence in Obama’s healthcare law, which remains unpopular: Fifty-two percent said the Supreme Court would strike it down, with 25 percent disagreeing.
The poll was conducted by Pulse Opinion Research on March 15 among 1,000 likely voters and had a margin of error of 3 percentage points." (this item at end of article)
via Free Republic