Though Americans remain split on how health reform is going, anew poll reveals most are sure on one thing—the law's requirementfor all Americans to purchase health insurance or pay a fine isunconstitutional.

A February USA Today/ Gallup poll finds 72 percent of Americanadults say the individual mandate is unconstitutional—with 94percent of Republicans saying so and 56 percent of Democratsagreeing.

And, 53 percent of voters polled in the battlegroundstates—Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania,Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Virginia andWisconsin—say  they would favor repealing the law if aRepublican is elected president in November. Nationwide, 40 percentsaid they would favor repeal.

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