Poll: Obamacare Has 90% FAILURE rate
Fewer than 1% of Americans have enrolled.
Oct 10, 2013
In a new Associated Press poll, 9 out of 10 people who attempted to sign up for Obamacare online say they were not enrolled.
In other words, only 10% of those who tried to buy health insurance on the new government run exchanges were able to do so successfully.
The poll reveals that around 7% of adult Americans say someone within their household has attempted to sign up to the Affordable Care Act program, meaning that up to 20 million people could have attempted to access the marketplaces via the healthcare.gov website.
On the surface this sounds good for the Obama administration, but given that only 2 million of those 20 million have potentially successfully enrolled, that accounts for less than 0.7% of the population.
The survey found that the vast majority of Americans who tried to sign up experienced problems including error messages, nonsense text, and pages taking several hours to load.
“Overall, just 7 percent of Americans say the rollout of the health exchanges has gone well,” AP notes.
The poll also noted that most of those surveyed, 68%, believe that the government should not be allowed to force all people to purchase health insurance. Only 3 in 10 believe the government should have that right.