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View of future ruling of health reform Supreme Court case in March 2015

Opinion among U.S. adults on the impact of Supreme Court case ruling regarding health reform as of March 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 19, 2015
View of future ruling of health reform Supreme Court case in March 2015 This survey displays the percentage of U.S. adults based on their perceived future impact of the Supreme Court case ruling in regards to health care reform and eligibility for financial help from the government, as of March 2015. Some 16 percent of U.S. adults believe favoring the plaintiff would have a minor negative impact on the country. Many citizens still claim that the Affordable Care Act has had minimal impacts on their family health care. The opinion on this law remains fairly divided across the country. The Supreme Court first heard oral arguments for the King v. Burwell case in March 2015. Many believe that siding with the challengers which would limit subsidies to only states running their own market place would have a negative impact overall.
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 19, 2015
This survey displays the percentage of U.S. adults based on their perceived future impact of the Supreme Court case ruling in regards to health care reform and eligibility for financial help from the government, as of March 2015. Some 16 percent of U.S. adults believe favoring the plaintiff would have a minor negative impact on the country. Many citizens still claim that the Affordable Care Act has had minimal impacts on their family health care. The opinion on this law remains fairly divided across the country. The Supreme Court first heard oral arguments for the King v. Burwell case in March 2015. Many believe that siding with the challengers which would limit subsidies to only states running their own market place would have a negative impact overall.
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