Data Note: Americans’ Views on the Personal Impact of the ACA and the Supreme Court’s Decision
This Data Note draws from the March 2012 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll and examines people’s impressions of how the law and the Court case will affect them, focusing primarily on those groups that are in the position to receive the greatest benefits. For the most part, those that stand to benefit most are not more likely than others to expect to be better off under the law, or to feel that the Supreme Court’s decision will have a major impact on their own families.
Data Note (.pdf)
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