One of the most remarkable things about the Affordable Care Act is how little support there is among all the people who are supposed to benefit. We have gone through two national elections without any visible voting bloc of beneficiaries offering their support to candidates.
“Virtually no one who is uninsured understand[s] how health reform will affect their lives,” Ron Pollack, who chairs Enroll America’s board, told me after the focus groups. “While some focus group participants have heard the term ObamaCare, literally none of them have an inkling about whether, and how, their lives will be affected.”
Sarah Kliff at the Ezra Klein blog.