Voters are reacting in broadly negative ways to the Supreme Courts decision to uphold the legislation known as Obamacare, a new Newsweek/Daily Beast poll finds, with a majority disapproving of the ruling, fearing health-care costs and taxes will rise, and preferring Mitt Romney to President Obama on the issue. At the same time, voters scored the ruling a short-term political win for the president by a huge margin. Overall, 50 percent of those polled said they disapprove of the courts 54 decision, while 45 percent said they support it. Consistently, a majority of voters said that they oppose the individual mandate (53 percent); believe taxes will increase (52 percent); believe their personal health-care costs will increase (56 percent); and disapprove of Obamas handling of health care in general (58 percent). Only 24 percent of those polled said that they believe the ruling will make the country better off. New Poll: Voters Dislike Supreme Court Not that it matters to me because justices don't vote to be popular....unless you listen to Charles Krautwhatever....who think Roberts only did this to preserve the integrity of the court (and if he did...boy did he blow that one). However, it does have some thought provoking information with regards to how people might vote come November. Romney needs to ram this up Obama/Axelrod/Jarrett's asses.