The Washington Times Daily - - Politics -

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.

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