A new poll finds that many Americans believe the health care reform law has been repealed or aren’t sure, according to a new poll.
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Menlo Park, Calif., published this finding in Kaiser Health News’ Daily Report, a summary of health policy coverage from more than 300 news organizations.
Nearly half of all Americans believe the health care reform law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (enacted in March of 2010, has been repealed or aren’t sure, the poll finds. Fifty-two percent of Americans believe — correctly — that PPACA has not been repealed, the poll shows.
But 22% think the law has been repealed, and 26% aren’t sure.
–Warren S. Hersch