Young Voters the Most Ignorant About Obamacare
37 percent under 30 say they are unfamiliar with the law
Young Americans under the age of 30 remain the least familiar age group when asked about the Affordable Care Act, according to a new poll released Monday.
The Gallup poll shows that 37 percent of Americans under 30 say they are unfamiliar with the law, more than two months after the insurance exchanges created by the law went live. For comparison, only 26 percent of Americans ages 30 to 49 and 22 percent of those between ages 50 and 64 say they are not familiar with the law.