Polls

ACA Support “All Time High” with Changes Wanted

ACA Support “All Time High” with Changes Wanted

 Views of the ACA Now Reps Dems Inds Working well, keep as is  6%  1% 14%  5% Good things, but changes needed  60%  41% 73% 61% Needs to be repealed entirely  32%  56% 13%  32% In the five years since it’s passage, polling on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is still remarkably consistent.  The above […]

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More Media Coverage of the Sen.Ferlo Press Conference

More Media Coverage of the Sen.Ferlo Press Conference

Here is coverage from the Harrisburg CBS affiliate. An online article from Pittsburgh’s NPR affiliate can be read here.  You can see another video of the press conference on Senator Ferlo’s website at: http://www.senatorferlo.com/contusvideo?vid=38 More media coverage to come as a Kaiser Family Foundation poll shows that confusion still reigns among the American Public over […]

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Pennsylvania Voters Want a Better Health Care Law

Pennsylvania Voters Want a Better Health Care Law

Exit polls are a wealth of information on the thinking of the voters in an election.  For this year’s election all of the networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, CNN, and AP) used the same exit poll to save money with a national sample of 26,517.  The methodology for the exit poll can be read here.  […]

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Healthcare Polls in Anticipation of SCOTUS Decision

Healthcare Polls in Anticipation of SCOTUS Decision

With the political class anxiously awaiting the Supreme Court’s (SCOTUS for short) decision on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as if it were an endless Christmas night (Healthcare 4 All PA has prepared official responses for the possible ways in which it may rule).  There has been a flurry of new polls on the act […]

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How Health Care Dropped Out Of The Presidential Conversation : Shots – Health Blog : NPR

How Health Care Dropped Out Of The Presidential Conversation : Shots – Health Blog : NPR

Commentators noted how President Obama “hit a home run” with last weeks State of the Union address.  Little notice was the lack of mention of health care in the address.  The issue only received 44 words or 0.6% of the speech compared to 224 or 3.2% last year, 570 words or 7.8% in 2010, and […]

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