We were asked many, many times. Twice while I was in labor, and 4 times after my son was born. All but once, our refusals garnered a relieved/happy reaction from the nurses; once a snarky type quipped that she'd dealt with "old men" with "gross foreskins" and believed in circ but quickly shut up with the look I gave her. It was really odd; I gave birth in a "baby-friendly" hospital where breastfeeding was strongly supported, there was no nursery, and where they taught safe co-sleeping practices. I commented to one nurse that circumcision is about the least "baby-friendly" a hospital could do to a newborn, and she agreed. Some of the nurses there refuse to attend the procedures, but obviously that isn't stopping the hospital from pushing it at every opportunity.
I actually contacted the hospital after we left to request that they stop asking about circumcision. They don't need to openly oppose it (although I wish they would), but to continually ask can make parents believe it's necessary. I never heard back.