The poll is just the latest indication that ObamaCare has only succeeded in decreasing options and increasing costs for consumers.
Last month, the Kaiser Foundation released a poll that indicated that a majority continue to hold an unfavorable view of President Obama’s signature law that is continuing to fail Americans daily.
In addition to sinking public opinion, ObamaCare is facing massive premium increases and dwindling competition in the coming year. So far, 17 states have approved an average premium increase of 25.8 percent for next year. Health Republic Insurance of New Jersey announced that it would not offer plans in 2017, making it the 17th ObamaCare co-op to collapse:
“Faced with ‘a deteriorating financial condition,’ another health insurance carrier is pulling out of New Jersey’s health exchange marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act, forcing 35,000 policy holders to find a new plan in 2017, the state’s top insurance official announced Monday night.”
These continued bad headlines and co-op collapses show that this law has made it more difficult for consumers to find affordable health care options and obtain the quality coverage they need.