Poll: 55% of U.S. Residents ‘Confused’ About Reform Law
Fifty-five percent of U.S. residents say they are "confused" about the new health reform law and 56% say they do not have enough information to decide how the law will affect them, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll released on Thursday. The poll, which surveyed 1,208 U.S. adults in mid-April, found that 45% of respondents said they are "pleased" with the law, 45% said they are "disappointed," 42% said they are "anxious" and 40% said they are "relieved." Thirty percent labeled their reaction to the new reform law as "angry."
- "Poll: Majority of Americans Confused About Health Care" (Alberta, Politico, 4/22).
- "Voters Confused About How Health Care Law Affects Them" (Adams, CQ HealthBeat, 4/22)