This week’s poll sought your opinions on the U.S. Supreme Court’s two major decisions of late last week — one upheld the Affordable Care Act, the other backed gay marriage coast to coast.
Here are the results of the unscientific survey, based on more than 1,100 responses.
1) The court was right to hold that same-sex couples should have marriage privileges in all 50 states.
Strongly agree 65%
Strongly disagree 23%
2) Marriage equality is a matter for states to decide, not the Supreme Court.
Strongly agree 22%
Strongly disagree 59%
3) The health care opinion strengthened Obamacare, which is good.
Strongly agree 63%
Strongly disagree 22%
4) The court majority overstepped into judicial activism in the health care ruling.
Strongly agree 23%
Strongly disagree 62%
5) The court’s recent opinions make it appear more liberal than previously thought.
Strongly agree 29%
Strongly disagree 5%