Swing State Voters Want the Affordable Care Act Held Unconstitutional or Repealed

This new Quinnipac study of swing state voters in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania shows the Democratic Party slightly more popular than the Republican Party (and President Obama opening a 47% – 39% lead over Mitt Romney in Pennsylvania):

4. Is your opinion of the Republican Party favorable, unfavorable or haven’t you heard enough about it?

                     FL     OH     PA
Favorable            42%    37%    35%
Unfavorable          45     47     51
Hvn't hrd enough      9     12     10
REFUSED               4      4      5

5. Is your opinion of the Democratic Party favorable, unfavorable or haven’t you heard enough about it?

                     FL     OH     PA
Favorable            43%    42%    45%
Unfavorable          45     45     41
Hvn't hrd enough      7      9      9
REFUSED               5      4      5

Yet these same voters — including voters in Pennsylvania — want the Affordable Care Act either repealed:

14. Do you think Congress should try to repeal the health care law, or should they let it stand?

                     FL     OH     PA
Repeal it            53%    52%    46%
Let it stand         39     37     42
DK/NA                 9     11     12

Or found by the Supreme Court to be unconstitutional:

15. The Supreme Court has heard a challenge to the health care law. Do you want the Supreme Court to uphold the health care law or overturn it?

                     FL     OH     PA
Uphold it            38%    37%    43%
Overturn it          51     51     46
DK/NA                11     12     11

H/T Jim Geraghty