(Fox News) -- As the country awaits the U.S. Supreme Court decision on health care, more American voters continue to oppose the law than favor it. In addition, voters are divided over what Congress should do if the high court rules parts or all of the 2010 law as unconstitutional.
A Fox News poll released Wednesday finds nearly half of voters oppose the law passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama in 2010. Thirty-nine percent favor the law. Thirty-nine percent -- the exact same number -- also favored it at the time it was passed two years ago (April 2010).
What should happen if the court invalidates the entire health care law? The largest number of voters -- 47 percent -- thinks Congress should try to pass "more modest" reforms. The rest divide evenly between the opposite ends of the spectrum: 24 percent want Congress to keep pushing the issue and try to pass the "most extensive" reforms it can, while another 24 percent want lawmakers to stay out of health care altogether.