4:02 PM, Jan 31, 2014 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
The essential argument for the Affordable Care Act was that too many people in the United States did not have health care insurance. If the law had a natural constituency, then that would logically be those people who were uninsured. Hence, those who were covered needed to be reassured that, “If you like your plan …”
It was those millions without insurance who would be served and made better off.
Yesterday, as reported by Bruce Drake at Fact Tank, the results of a Kaiser Health tracking poll indicated that:
Among the overall population, 50 percent view the law unfavorably. Thirty-four percent favorably.
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