Most Americans—69 percent—support the requirement that health insurance plans pay for birth control, a new survey shows. […]While 77 percent of women support the mandate, a very respectable 64 percent of men do, too. The least amount of support is in the group that has the least need for it, people 60 and older. But still, 62 percent of them believe health insurance plans should include birth control. African Americans register the highest degree of support at 81 percent, followed by Hispanics at 76 percent.
"Overall, 69 percent of respondents supported mandated coverage of birth control medications in health plans, with significantly higher odds of support among women, black, and Hispanic respondents," they wrote in a report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Unfortunately the survey that matters most right now politically, with the Hobby Lobby challenge to the law being considered right now, is what five old men on the Supreme Court think.