Is 20 million a big number or a little number?

When 5 or 6 million folks who like their health insurance, lost their health insurance … the Administration pooh-poohed the number as a “small sliver”.

Hmmm.

Let’s try another angle …

The Kaiser Family Foundation reports that 1 in 10 Americans think that ObamaCare has impacted them directly.

That’s about 30 million folks

 

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And, was the impact good or bad?

 

Well by a ratio of 2 to 1, the folks who think that ObamaCare has already impacted them think that it made them worse of

 

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So, about 20 million think they’re worse off and about 3 million have signed up for subsidized health insurance on the Exchanges.

Is 20 million just a sliver?

And, oh yeah, the program is going to cost about about $2 trillion based on the most recent CBO estimates.

Now, I’m sure that 2 trillion is a big number.

Ouch.

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One Response to “Is 20 million a big number or a little number?”

  1. John Carpenter Says:

    Lots of people who “think” something is right, are actually wrong. Is there any objective data on this?

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