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Poll, Health Care Support Falling

The Kaiser Foundation released a poll today showing that overall support for ObamaCare is falling by quite a bit. What is most relevant about this poll is the timing. It was released after one month of the administration making a concerted effort to get the word out about all the benefits in the plan, and rolling out some of these benefits early. It would seem that the general public heard what the administration has said about health insurance and dislikes the plan even more.

The, “very favorable,” opinion percentage in the poll fell to 14% from 23% two months ago. To lose so much support in such a short time can only point to one thing…the more people learn about the new health insurance law the less they like it. At the other end of the poll, those that had a, “very unfavorable,” view of Obama’s health insurance initiative grew by 2%. Again, this is after the administration started telling the general public about the medical insurance plan. Obviously they put a positive spin on the information and yet the public saw through this.

Those that are still confused about the health insurance legislation and what it means to them also fell, from 55% to 44%. The public learns more, becomes less confused, and the number of those that dislike what they have learned grows.

I suspect the general public will continue to learn more about the new health insurance mandate as time goes by, and the numbers of those that dislike the plan will grow. Especially small business owners once they learn of the bait and switch that is the new tax rebate program for them.

Michael Higgins


An Arizona health insurance broker.

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May 23rd, 2010

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