Attitudes and Beliefs About Obamacare

Last year, 55 percent of survey respondents said they were very or somewhat worried about not having affordable health insurance in the future. As of September 2015, this number has dropped to 47 percent, and analysts say this is a sign the benefits of the ACA are beginning to impact Americans' perceptions of health insurance. iQ hits the streets to see what people think about Obamacare and how it plays into their voting in the 2016 presidential election.

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Laura Adams is a personal finance expert, award-winning author, and consumer advocate. As Senior Insurance Analyst, she represents insuranceQuotes in the media and works to make sure consumers protect their financial futures by having the right kinds of insurance.

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