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Majority Of California Voters See No Impact From Obamacare

According to a recent USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll, the majority of California voters think the Affordable Care Act has had no impact on the state of health care for themselves and their families. Overall, just 23 percent of those surveyed felt the health care law had made things “better,” while 22 percent felt Obamacare had made health care for them and their families “worse.” The majority, 52 percent, said the law has had no impact.

Latinos were more likely to express a positive impact from the law, with 31 percent of Latino voters saying the law had made their health care better, compared with 19 percent of white voters.

The poll questioned 1,500 registered California voters from May 19-31. To read more about the poll’s findings, click here.