The “Millenials” poll out earlier this week showing (among other things) younger people unenthusiastic about the ACA has sparked a fair amount of discussion, but there’s one particular point I haven’t seen made. I’m highly suspicious of the reported finding that only a third of the uninsured from ages 18 through 29 intend to enroll through the exchanges.
There are just too many things out there for me to believe that there’s any kind of predictable relationship between what they tell a pollster and what they’ll actually do. CONT.
Jonathan Bernstein, A plain blog about politics