A Big ObamaCare Success? Not So Fast

The administration is crowing that 7 million people filled out applications for ObamaCare plans — the original enrollment target that once seemed impossible to hit. Don't pop the champagne bottles just yet.

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Obamacare launch: What Americans like about the law, and what they don't

The American public is more worried than supportive regarding President Obama’s signature policy initiative, the health-care reform law that’s reaching an enrollment deadline on March 31. Add a comment

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Dems Falling Out Of Love With ObamaCare?

In December, Democratic Party head Debbie Wasserman Schultz promised all of her party's candidates would run on ObamaCare this November. Lately, it looks as if she should have said "run from" ObamaCare. Add a comment

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This Is What Government-Run Health Care Looks Like

More than two-thirds of the public don't think the government can be trusted to run the nation's health care system successfully. ObamaCare is proving these skeptics right. Add a comment

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Two-Thirds Oppose Any ObamaCare Insurer Bailout

The public overwhelmingly opposes any ObamaCare bailout of the insurance industry, the latest IBD/TIPP Poll found, even as the Obama administration is paving the way to do just that. Add a comment

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Doctors Don’t Like What They’ve Seen In ObamaCare

Three years ago our IBD/TIPP Poll found that nearly half of doctors said they would consider quitting their practices if the Democrats' health care overhaul became law. So how do they like it now? Not much. Add a comment

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78% Fear ObamaCare Site Security, Could Deter Signups

In what could be the biggest handicap to getting people to sign up for ObamaCare, the public is over whelmingly concerned about the security of the information compiled by the health care exchange. Add a comment

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Obama Breaks 'Keep Your Doctor' Promise With Seniors

Nearly four in 10 seniors worry ObamaCare will cause them to lose doctors they like, despite President Obama's repeated promise to the contrary, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll. That translates into nearly 16 million people age 65 and over. Add a comment

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Obamacare polls: Support is dropping, but hasn't yet collapsed

Public support for President Obama’s Affordable Care Act has taken a hit. That could translate into rising pressure on Congress to alter the law, and it makes the 2014 election a tougher hurdle for some of the politicians who supported it. Add a comment

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Public Is Right: ObamaCare Costs To Hit Most Workers

More than half of Americans expect that ObamaCare will increase their premiums, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll. And they're most likely correct. Add a comment

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Six signups on Obamacare Day 1? Why it's a big problem ... not a disaster

An initial tally of Obamacare signups is in, and it’s decidedly weak: Just six people successfully enrolled on Oct. 1, the first day the public could shop for insurance under the health reform law. Add a comment

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ObamaCare: Americans Pan Rollout, Back Mandate Delay

As the White House downplays ObamaCare's troubled rollout, Americans don't like what they have seen so far, expect the sweeping health reform to hike their premiums and increasingly back a delay in the individual mandate, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll. Add a comment

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ObamaCare Opposition Hits New High; 7 Mil Jobs Lost?

Opposition to ObamaCare hit new highs just as it officially gets off the ground, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll. The survey found 54% oppose the law, up from 50% in September and 47% in July. More than half want the law delayed a year as part of any deal to raise the debt limit. Add a comment

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Is This Train Wreck Unstoppable?

More bad news for Obama-Care this week: Another state announced huge rate increases, and another labor union rebelled over the harm it will do to members. Yet, this train wreck just keeps on rolling. Add a comment

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On Eve Of ObamaCare's Start, Half U.S. Wants Repeal

Less than two months from its official launch date, ObamaCare has never been more unpopular with the public, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll. Add a comment

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Deloitte Survey Confirms IBD Controversial Doctor Poll

When our polling showed four years ago that doctors planned to leave the profession if the Democrats' interpretation of health care reform became law, we were ridiculed mercilessly. But, as a new poll shows, we were right.

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Delaying ObamaCare's Employer Mandate Solves Nothing

Health Reform: The White House announced late Tuesday that it was postponing the employer mandate for a year to give businesses more time to get ready. When will it admit that the rest of the law is just as flawed?

 

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ObamaCare And Doctor Burnout: A Lethal Combination

Health Reform: A new survey finds almost half of America's physicians are experiencing burnout. As depressing as that is, imagine how much worse it will be after the boot of Obama-Care is fully dug into doctors' necks.

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Doctors Hate ObamaCare? No News To IBD Readers

ObamaCare: News that 83% of U.S. physicians have thought about quitting over the president's health care takeover isn't as newsy as it seems. IBD revealed doctors' widespread discontent years ago.

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Individual Mandate Is Strongly Opposed

As many Americans support the health reform as oppose it, but a strong majority (69%) oppose the legislation's individual mandate that allows the federal government to require everyone to get health insurance or pay a fine. Three in eight (38%) want the U.S Supreme Court to strike down the reform in its entirety, while another third want the court to selectively repeal the individual mandate and salvage the rest of the bill. Add a comment

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