Poll: Obamacare is Confusing

The Hill: “Four years after its passage, most people in the United States believe ObamaCare is the most complicated political issue they face.”

“Nearly 75 percent of people said the healthcare law is difficult to understand, according to a new poll by The Associated Press and GfK.”

“The Affordable Care Act ranked as the most complicated out of 10 issues surveyed, edging out long-term financing of Social Security, the Federal Reserve’s interest rates and data collection by the National Security Agency.”

“The AP-GfK poll, which interviewed 1,044 adults in late July, also found that people are more confused about politics in general. Nearly 80 percent of people believe political issues have become more complex over the last decade.”

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