A Rasmussen daily tracking poll showed President Barack Obama did not receive a bounce from the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding Obamacare.
The November election tracking results are the same after the SCOTUS decision as they were before, according to Rasmussen. Obama received 45 percent of the vote among those surveyed on Sunday and remained tied with Romney.
The poll also found the anti-Obama intensity among conservatives has increased since the ruling, while the ratings for the Supreme Court actually decreased. According to Rasmussen, 36 percent “said the high court was doing a good or an excellent job” last week. This week, only 33 percent said so. Further, 28 percent said the “court is doing a poor job,” which was up 11 points from last week.