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One Year In: Americans Respond to the Affordable Care Act
Transamerica Center for Health Studies Link to more items from this source
Sept. 23, 2014
49 slides. "Nearly half (46 percent) of uninsured Americans are uninformed about the individual mandate provision of the ACA and 43 percent have not heard of the state exchanges where they can apply for assistance.... Among the uninsured, less than half (42 percent) could afford health insurance premiums of just $100 per month, and affordability of health insurance varies widely amongst Americans.... In general, continuously insured (insured pre-mandate and currently insured) Americans noticed few changes in their health care options .... For those continuously insured (insured pre-mandate and currently insured), an increase in costs was the most commonly experienced change as a result of the ACA."

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