The Supreme Court is expected to make its ruling on
Thursday and there's plenty of speculation about what they will decide.
We'll have to wait to find out, but until then
has polled everyday Americans to find out what they think about the controversial health bill that would give most Americans access to insurance.
The poll found people's views varied depending on what type of health insurance they have: individual versus employer plans.
About 55 percent with individual insurance think the government should play a role in assuring access to insurance. Nearly two-thirds with employer-sponsored coverage want the government to play a role.
Most people, 66 percent, don't agree with health reform's individual mandate provision, which would require people to buy insurance. They think it should be a personal choice.
But most Americans agree that children and adults should never be denied health insurance if they have a pre-existing condition. Nearly three-quarters believe tax credits should be offered to people who buy their own h ealth isnraunce.
Harris Interactive polled 2,208 adults through online surveys between June 12 and 14.