The Washington Post: The uninsured rate is at a five-year low. Is Obamacare the reason?

Gallup’s newest poll shows another decline in the uninsured rate, in a survey taken in late January and early February. It found that 16 percent of American adults reported lacking insurance coverage, the lowest number Gallup has recorded since 2009.

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This follows on a very similar Gallup poll from last month that showed a similar drop in the uninsured rate. What’s more interesting about this one, though, is it includes a breakdown of where people are getting health insurance–one that would suggest the health-care law played a role in this new drop. It shows that more people report getting their health insurance through the individual market and Medicaid than in the last quarter of 2013.

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