the same percentage of US adults have a favorable view of the ACA as say it does not establish death panels.
Lifted from Robert Waldmann‘s Stochastic Thoughts
The same percentage of US adults have a favorable view of the ACA as say it does not establish death panels.
From the Kaiser Family Foundtion Obamacare Tracking Poll for December 2014 Nearly 5 years after passage and a year after the coverage expansions under the ACA took effect, overall opinion on the law remains stable with 46 percent of the public reporting an unfavorable view of the law and 41 percent a favorable view.
FIGURE 10: Misperceptions About ACA Continue … To the best of your knowledge, would you say the health reform law does or does not do each of the following?
CORRECT INCORRECT No Yes Don’t Know/Refused Allow undocumented immigrants to receive financial help from the government to buy health insurance No Yes Don’t Know/Refused 38% 43% 19%
Establish a government panel to make decisions about end-of-life care for people on Medicare No Yes Don’t Know/Refused 41% 41% 19% I note that fraction who have a favorable view of the law is identical to the fraction who answer no if asked if it establishes death panels.
The Frank Luntz School of Healthcare.
Death panels are to healthcare as proof is to science.