ObamaFail: Only 18% of Uninsured Have Visited His Trainwreck Website

Posted by on Nov 08, 2013 at 9:41 am

You know what this means, right? Yes, we’re going to have to subsidize free laptops for the 82% that have failed to enroll in this disaster. This pretty much demolishes the claim the website failed because of overwhelming demand.

Fewer than a quarter of all uninsured Americans have so far even attempted to visit an exchange site, according to a new Gallup poll.

As the Obama administration struggle to fix problems with the federal health exchange website, the poll found just 18 percent of the exchanges’ target audience – the nation’s uninsured – have tried to go to an ObamaCare site since it opened on Oct. 1.

Among those uninsured Americans who say they plan to eventually purchase insurance through the exchanges, a slightly higher percentage, 22 percent, say they have attempted to visit an exchange site.

These results undermine the Obama administration’s confidence in ObamaCare to reach its target audience. The exchange sites are not only fraught with technical problems that have led to long wait times and error messages for users, but have also failed to generate interest among uninsured Americans.

Polls reveal that the majority of the uninsured are unfamiliar with the sites and have not even attempted to access them.

Wait until the failed president reads about this in the papers.

One Response to “ObamaFail: Only 18% of Uninsured Have Visited His Trainwreck Website”

  1. Joethefatman™ (@joethefatman1) on 8/08/13 at 6:41 pm

    I’m one of the 82% that has not even tried to get to the site. I liked paying cash. I liked that I was the Dr’s boss and that the insurance industry had no say about my meds.