The increased public attention to health reform generated by the Supreme Court's consideration of the law did little to change public opinion, a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds.

Forty-two percent say they have a favorable opinion of the law this month and 43 percent have an unfavorable one, a division virtually unchanged from March. The poll had 1,210 respondents.

Similarly, the individual mandate is as unpopular as it was in March, but not more so. Seven in ten Americans oppose this provision, including 53 percent of the public who say they hold "very unfavorable" views of it. Overall, half of Americans (51 percent) believe the court should rule the mandate unconstitutional, identical to March.

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