Harvard/NPR study finds that almost everyone believes Obamacare has been a complete disaster

This study reveals what we have all already known from the get go: Obamacare is a disaster. Period. End of story.

National Public Radio collaborated with Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to survey Americans’ recent experience with health care. As to the Affordable Care Act, the survey’s findings are damning. They suggest that Obamacare has been worse than a complete waste of money.

When asked about the effect the law has had on them personally:


I would definitely be in the red part of the above graph, so would a lot of people I know.

On the graph below my premiums generally speaking have remained stable, but every year my deductible and out-of-pocket caps have gone up. So while I’m not paying more, I’ve been paying the same for less. That’s generally what has been happening to everyone else as well.


For what it’s worth Obamacare wasn’t supposed to succeed. Before the ink was even dry on Obama signature of the bill liberal pundits were lamenting that the law wouldn’t succeed because it didn’t go far enough. By that, of course, they meant that it would fail because it wasn’t universal healthcare.

All of this failure, which was predicted by anyone with a functioning brain, is part of the plan to make the system so broken and untenable that people will be begging for universal healthcare, which liberals will present as the only way forward. I don’t know if this trend is reversible at this point, but it certainly wont be with a President Hillary Clinton or Sanders.

h/t Powerline

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