Americans are very satisfied with their private health insurance
Surveys

The Affordable Care Act does not appear to be having an impact on how Americans feel about their own private health insurance coverage.  A recent national poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies shows that privately insured voters have a favorable opinion of their health plan, are overwhelmingly satisfied with the size of their provider network, […]

In July 2013 and then again in December 2013, I provided some sobering observations from publicly available polling data on Obamacare. In December, following the fumbled rollout of healthcare.gov and the frustration and anger felt by many Americans whose plans were cancelled, I made the following observations: Being “nebulous” was the best thing going for […]

In April of this year, our friends across the aisle at Harstad Strategic Research conducted a national online survey of 2,004 millennial adults (for this survey, millennials were defined as adults age 18-31). The survey results were released publically (it can be seen here), and among many interesting findings was the somewhat contradictory views millennials […]

Last spring I examined Gallup’s extensive trend data regarding Americans’ perceptions of public schools, which revealed the lowest confidence levels recorded since this question was first asked in 1973. While confidence ticked up a few points on the most recent survey (June 2013), just one-in-three (32{09f965da52dc6ab4c1643a77bd40d1f729d807040cd8db540234bb981a782222}) adults say they have a great deal of confidence […]

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