Obamacare Officials Defend Health Insurance Exchanges

Launch didn't go very well


Obamacare officials are defending their health insurance exchanges today after an online poll suggested that few Americans are happy with the newly launched program.

As many as 20 million Americans have gone online to check out their new insurance options since Oct. 1, according to the Associated Press-GfK poll. But just 27 percent of those surveyed between Oct. 3 and 7 said the launch had gone "extremely," "very" or "somewhat well."


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One response to “Obamacare Officials Defend Health Insurance Exchanges

  1. Seriously, what ever happened to just admitting you smooched the pooch and moving forward? These guys are causing people to wholesale lose faith in government. Of course, that doesn’t bother me one bit, but one would think they would see the damage they do to their own cause.

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