A new poll shows public support for President Obama's health care reform has hit a record low.
The ABC-Washington Post survey shows that only 39 percent of Americans now support the law, while 53 percent oppose it.
Governors of 26 states have filed suit against the law, charging the reform is unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court heard three days of oral arguments in March but won't release its decision until June.
The poll shows 38 percent of Americans want the court to declare the law unconstitutional, while 29 percent say the individual mandate, which forces every American to by health insurance, should be thrown out.
Only 25 percent say the entire law should be upheld.
The poll, conducted April 5-8, 2012, was based on telephone and cell phone interviews with 1,103 adults and has a 3.5 point error margin.