Poll: Botched Rollout Hasn't Changed Overall Opinions of PPACA
Despite the technical issues with the federal exchange, 38 percent of Americans view the reform law favorably, a new poll has found.
Despite the highly publicized technical problems that have plagued the exchanges, the American public's overall views of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have stayed relatively steady, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll.
The October poll found 38 percent of respondents have a somewhat or very favorable view of the law and 44 percent have a somewhat or very unfavorable view, compared with 39 percent and 43 percent respectively in September.
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