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Obamacare Support Weakens, Workers Pinched
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Jan. 8, 2014
"64 percent of those earning between $50,000 and $75,000 per year say they've had more money withheld from their pay for health insurance, compared with only 38 percent of people making less than $30,000. 34 percent of rural Americans with health insurance through work say they have less choice of doctors, while just 18 percent of urban dwellers and 16 percent of suburbanites say that. 20 percent of part-time workers say they've lost coverage for a spouse or child, versus just 5 percent of those employed full-time."

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