Just 55% of Americans correctly said that the U.S. Supreme Court upheld most provisions of the 2010 health care law in a survey done shortly after the June 28 ruling.

More than four-in-ten (45%) said that the court either rejected most provisions of the law (15%) or that they did not know what the court did (30%). Among those aware that the court upheld most of the law, 50% approved of the decision while 42% disapproved.

Comparable percentages among partisan groups correctly said that the court upheld most of the law’s provisions: 64% of Democrats said this, as did 56% each of Republicans and independents. Read More

Russell Heimlich  is a former web developer at Pew Research Center.