Uninsured Americans aren't feeling the Affordable Care Act
Bebeto Matthews, Associated Press
Uninsured Americans aren’t exactly portraying positive feelings toward the Affordable Care Act, according to The Washington Post. A recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation explained that 47 percent of uninsured Americans don’t favor the health care law, with 24 percent saying “they liked it,” according to The Washington Post. In December 2013, 43 percent of the uninsured disliked the law, and 36 percent were in favor of it, showing an increase in “negative views,” The Washington Post reported.
“Among all Americans, the sentiment was also negative, with 50 percent holding unfavorable views of the law and 34 percent supporting it,” The Washington Post reported. “Views on the law have not been even since the end of 2012. Despite this, just 38 percent of the public wants the law to be repealed.”
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