A Big Jump in Obamacare Customer Satisfaction

The Hill: “People who bought coverage through ObamaCare are generally more satisfied than those with other types of insurance, according to a new national survey.”

“ObamaCare customers rated their satisfaction over the last year as 696 out of 1,000, compared to the 679-point rating by customers with employer-based plans, according to a large survey by the consumer research firm J.D. Power. Customer satisfaction has increased sharply from ObamaCare’s tumultuous first year.”

“New enrollees rated their experience at  670 — a significant 55 points higher than the previous year, when ObamaCare exchanges were plagued by website failures … Satisfaction was highest in the 10 states that rely on a partnership with the federal government, which includes Arkansas, Oregon and West Virginia. That rating was 716 out of 1,000.”

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