The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments for and against repealing the Affordable Health Care Act later this month, with a decision expected by the end of June. But according to 14 percent of Americans, the high court has already made its decision and repealed the contentious law. A Kaiser Family Foundation poll discovered that a substantial percentage of citizens are misinformed on the status of the health care legislation. Additionally, only 28 percent of those serveyed think that the individual mandate--a requirement that all Americans buy some type of health care plan--is constitutional, while 51 percent think it's not. 53 percent also predict that the Supreme Court will decide repeal the law.