POLL DU JOUR
55 percent of Americans are following Obamacare news about people dropped by health insurers and sign-up problems.
40 percent say the news coverage of Obamacare is “balanced,” 33 percent say coverage is “biased against” the law, 17 percent say it’s “biased in favor.”
49 percent have an unfavorable opinion of Obamacare; 33 percent have a favorable impression.
43 percent say the nation will be worse off under Obamacare; 34 percent say it will be better off, 15 percent say the law will have no impact.
41 percent say the health care reform law will not impact them personally; 37 percent say they will be “worse off,” 20 percent say they will be “better off.”
Source: A Kaiser Health tracking poll of 1,204 U.S. adults conducted Nov. 13 to 18 and released Friday.