The uninsured don’t like Obamacare. But seniors didn’t like Medicare Part D — and signed up anyway

Of late, there’ve been a rash of bad poll results for Obamacare (and also a few good ones). The most interesting comes from a New York Times/CBS poll showing that a majority of the uninsured disapprove of the new health law. That’s potentially significant, as it seems logical that the uninsured won’t sign up for a program they don’t like. Or will they?

These numbers echo the rollout of Medicare Part D. At launch, the program was less popular even than Obamacare. … But the program didn’t fail. CONT.

Ezra Klein, Washington Post