Thursday, May 29, 2014

Few Americans Say Healthcare Law Has Helped Them. More say it has hurt them.

According to the Gallup Poll, about one month after the new healthcare exchanges closed with over 8 million new enrollees, there has been little substantial change in Americans' perception that the healthcare law has helped them. Most Americans say the law has had no impact on their healthcare situation, while those who do perceive an effect are more likely to say it has hurt them rather than helped them.

When asked what the long-term impact of the Affordable Care Act would be, an increasing number of Americans think it will make things worse. Thirty-nine percent think it will not have much impact, 36% think it will make things worse and only 22% think it will make things betters. (link)

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