A recent Bankrate.com survey shows that only one in 10 Americans (11% of the uninsured and nine percent of the overall population) say their health insurance situation has improved over the past year. Despite the fact that the health insurance exchanges opened about a month ago and hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent promoting them, almost half (47%) of uninsured Americans still do not know where they can get information on how the Affordable Care Act will affect them.
“The pro-abortion, government-run, costly health care law put forth by President Obama must go. The American people get it. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals declared the individual mandate, the provision forcing Americans to purchase health insurance, unconstitutional, and changes will be made,” vowed Jay Sekulow of the ACLJ.
- Thirty-six percent of Americans say their health care costs have increased over the past twelve months. Only five percent say they have decreased.
- Thirty-eight percent of the uninsured feel more negative about the Affordable Care Act than they did one year ago (versus 25% who feel more positive).
From doctors like Dr. Chauncey Crandall to the average Americans, there is unity around the fact that ObamaCare isnt advantageous for America.
Ronn Torossian is the CEO of 5WPR, a leading PR firm and Author of “For Immediate Release”, a leading PR book.