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The Uninsured Rate Is Dropping, But Don't Thank Obamacare Yet
Sarah Kliff in The Washington Post; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Jan. 23, 2014
"[T]he small decrease in the uninsured rate is difficult to attribute directly to Obamacare right now.... [T]he uninsured rate has been trending downward this entire year, likely a product of a declining unemployment rate and greater access to employer-sponsored insurance. At the same time, the Gallup poll does have some evidence that employment isn't the entire story. They show that the biggest declines in the uninsured rate are among those who are unemployed."

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