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Uncertainty and the Affordable Care Act

Added on by Kevan Loy.

Micah Cohen at FiveThirtyEight

Perhaps more troubling for the White House, the Affordable Care Act is still not well liked or well understood. The Obama administration had hoped that over time, the legislation would gain enough support to help smooth over the rough patches of putting it into practice. Instead, public opinion has remained mostly static: a plurality of Americans still disapprove of the law, and a substantial portion of the public remains uncertain about what it says, according to recent polls.

You know what would've been a lot easier to understand: single-payer healthcare.