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Obamacare Isn't Worth It to 72% of Americans

NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Seven out of ten Americans believe the Affordable Care Act has not made a positive impact yet, a Bankrate.com report said.

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The survey found that 43% of Americans believe the Affordable Care Act has had a mostly negative impact on the country, and 21% say it hasn't made much of an impact at all. Only 28% say the ACA has had a mostly positive impact.

"These findings indicate that more than seven in ten Americans don't feel like Obamacare has been worth it," said Bankrate.com insurance analyst Doug Whiteman.

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