Brutal: Only 17% Think They’ll Be Better Off With ObamaCare

Posted by on Oct 01, 2013 at 9:53 am
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This is a CNN poll, no less, so the real number is probably closer to zero.

Less than one in five Americans say their families will be better off under the new health care law, according to a new poll.

But a CNN/ORC International survey released Tuesday morning also indicates a majority say the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, will help some people, with 37% saying the law, which is gradually starting to kick in, won’t help anyone.

According to the poll, four in 10 say the new law will make their families worse off, while 41% believe it will have no effect.

Seventeen percent think the measure will be a good thing for themselves or their families.

Maybe Obama should give another speech. That should help. Remember, according to Democrats the GOP wants to stop this mess because they know how awesomely successful it will be. And how’s this for some pathetic spins:

According to the poll, 36% say they won’t benefit from the new law but other families will. If you add to that the 17% who believe Obamacare will help them personally, the survey indicates that most Americans see some good coming from it. Some 37% say no one in the country will benefit from the measure.

Shameless. Naturally, CNN is hiding the breakdown of respondents. Gee, we wonder why?

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