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Don'tunderstandreformAs the Supreme Court hears arguments this week regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, it seems most Americans don’t really understand what’s being discussed and what’s at stake.

A new Harris poll finds most Americans don’t know what is and isn’t part of health reform. But the one thing they do know about—the individual mandate—they don’t seem to like. More than half (51 percent) say they’d like the mandate to be repealed, while 20 percent don’t want that to happen.

Overall, the public is still more or less equally split between those who support it (36 percent) and oppose it (41 percent), with many people (23 percent) still not sure.

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