For most Americans, what they saw and heard surrounding the historic hearings on health care reform last week hasn’t changed their opinion of the law or the Supreme Court.

Nearly two-thirds (63%) say their opinion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act hasn’t changed, while 23% say they now have a less favorable opinion and 7% have a more favorable opinion of it, according to the latest national survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press and The Washington Post.

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