A new Gallup poll shows increasing dissatisfaction with the effects of Obamacare and indicates as well that most people were perfectly happy with their pre-Obamacare plans. Well, they can't say they weren't warned - and the Democratics can't pin the blame on Republicans. Just one more thing contributing to the general panic among Democratics looking ahead to the 2016 elections.
The administration’s Obamacare enrollment projections for the coming year are down, the projected cost of premiums and out of pocket costs are up, nearly half of the insurance co-ops associated with the program are going out of business, and UnitedHealth Group, the nation’s largest health insurer, said it may withdraw from the government marketplaces in 2017.
The bloom, as they say, is off the rose. Democratics simply cannot, for whatever reason, simply leave people alone; they always seem to think that they somehow know what's best for everyone. I read some time ago about a guy whose health insurance plan for his family went from $398 a month to $1400 a month, so he chose not to buy it. The IRS charged him a penalty of $2400 - money that likely could have covered the expense of several physician visits.
On a related note, if you visit the Obamacare website to search for a less expensive mandatory insurance plan, brace yourself fro an onslaught of spam from the healthcare.gov "team".