1. "The Hill Poll: Voter gloom over Obamas jobs, gas, debt policies 2. Half of likely voters expect the Supreme Court to strike down President Obamas 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 weeks The Hill Poll. 3. The poll indicated that 49 percent of likely voters said they expect a court ruling that is unfavorable to the Affordable Care Act, while just 29 percent think it will be upheld and 22 percent arent sure. 4. On economic issues, 62 percent of voters say Obamas 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. 5. On energy, 58 percent say Obamas policies will result in gasoline prices increasing, while just 20 percent expect them to cut prices and by a 46-percent-to-36-percent margin, voters believe they will cause the United States to become even more dependent on foreign oil. 6. Voters wide-ranging pessimism comes as gasoline prices have risen sharply, which often dampens attitudes among U.S. voters toward those in power,... 7. ...a Fox News poll released Wednesday found that 58 percent of voters had seen signs of economic progress. And a Washington Post/ABC News poll that concluded March 10 found that 49 percent think the economy is beginning to recover, compared with 36 percent in November. 8. On every question, a majority or plurality of white voters said they expected Obamas policies to fail while a majority or plurality of black voters expect them to succeed. a. ... blacks by a 46-percent-to-39-percent margin... 9. There also is a slight gender gap between men and women, although both concluded that most of Obamas policies would be counterproductive. 10. Sixty-nine percent of independents predicted the federal debt would increase as a result of Obamas presidency, and 61 percent predicted an increase in gas prices." The Hill Poll: Voter gloom over Obama An aside....I believe that if the Supreme Court finds against ObamaCare...this would actually increase the President's chances, as it reduces the immediacy of voting against him... ....but he'll still lose.