A full 42% of employee benefit managers hope the Supreme Court will this month rule that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional, according to research conducted by Employee Benefit News.

The survey of 774 benefit decisionmakers — including human resource VPs, managers and benefits directors — shows a plurality believe the law should be repealed. However, 24% oppose that view and, similar to the uncertainty of many average Americans, 35% haven’t drawn a conclusion on the matter.

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