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Poll: Americans Hate the ACA, Don't Know Who John Roberts Is

Mr Huehls Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 2:34 PM
Yep, Ann's got it right! Our naturalized citizens know tons more about our governance than our high school graduates. I vaguely remember a study where the US History Test for naturalized citizens is so hard that most high school graduates could not pass it.
0_BAMANATION Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 2:57 PM
Use the same test to qualify voters to vote. Any American not passing the test can not vote.

It really is just that simple...

The headline on CBS' SCOTUS favorability poll grabs the eyes, because it reports that more liberals view conservative Chief Justice John Roberts favorably than do his fellows on the right. But looking at the numbers, it's apparent that the real story here is that most Americans are "Undecided/Don't Know" when asked about the Chief -- 73% (yes, nearly three quarters!) of Americans have no opinion on him, or don't know who he is. Unfortunate, but not terribly shocking, I suppose.

The Chief is most popular among moderates, and clearly, his stock has fallen in the conservative crowd thanks...