The Hill: Enrollment rush fails to boost ObamaCare

By Jonathan Easley 

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The Obama administration has been touting the last-minute enrollment surge for the healthcare law, but that success hasn’t boosted its popularity with voters, according to two new polls.


A Gallup survey released on Friday found that 54 percent disapprove of ObamaCare, compared to 43 percent who approve. That’s in line with Gallup’s polling on the law since last November.

Gallup interviewed 1,009 adults for the poll on April 7–8, so the administration’s announcement earlier about a week before that more than 7 million had enrolled in ObamaCare had time to sink in.

Similarly, a poll conducted by The Morning Consult of 1,009 likely voters on April 3–6 found that 51 percent disapprove of the law and 43 percent approve. That’s almost unchanged from the same poll in March.

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