Half of Americans Don’t Realize There’s No-Cost Preventive Care in the Affordable Care Act

Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

Posted 11/30/11 on Health Populi

The U.S. public’s views on health reform — remain fairly negative, although the percent of people feeling favorably toward it increased from 34% to 37% between October and November. Still, that represents a low from the 50% who favored the law back in July 2010. It’s quite possible that American health citizens’ views on health reform are largely reflective of their more general feelings about the direction of the country and what’s going on in Washington right now, versus what’s specifically embodied in the health care law, according to the November 2011 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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