The first presidential tracking poll with likely voters (LV) following the Supreme Court Decision shows show Mitt Romney with a slight lead over President Obama. This poll also has four percent going to a third party candidate with five percent undecided .
Rasmussen continues to be the most accurate Presidential tracking poll based on final results of the last two elections.
The Real Clear Politics Average has President Obama leading by 3.4% which is in the Margin of error of most polls listed.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows Mitt Romney attracting 46% of the vote, while President Obama earns 44%. Four percent (4%) prefer some other candidate, and five percent (5%) are undecided.
While the Supreme Court declared that the president’s health care law is constitutional, they were unable to make it popular. Fifty-two percent (52%) still favor repeal of the law. That’s little changed from a week ago and little changed since the law was passed more than two years ago. However, while most voters still hope for repeal, the belief that it will happen has fallen sharply. Just 39% now believe repeal is even somewhat likely, down from 61% last week.
Ratings for the Supreme Court have slipped since the health care ruling. A week ago, 36% said the high court was doing a good or an excellent job. That’s down to 33% today. The big change is a rise in negative perceptions. Today, 28% say the court is doing a poor job. That’s up 11 points over the past week.
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