The health-care law is supposed to extend health-care benefits to millions of Americans who currently lack coverage. How does that happen when a public is largely unaware of the law — and, when they learn more, still remain deeply skeptical that it will actually help.
These are questions that Michael Perry and Tresa Undem have spent months trying to answer. Working with Enroll America, a nonprofit focused on public outreach for the Affordable Care Act, the two have put together one of the most comprehensive polls about how those most likely to qualify for new programs feel about the expansion of health insurance. [cont.]
Sarah Kliff, Washington Post