Helping the uninsured was the original mandate for ObamaCare.
Helping the uninsured was the original mandate for ObamaCare. And the uninsured don't like it.
Among the uninsured – a key group for outreach under the law – unfavorable views now outnumber favorable views by roughly a 2-to-1 margin (47 percent versus 24 percent).
This is a change from last month when 43 percent of the uninsured had an unfavorable view and 36 percent were favorable.
More of those without coverage say the law has made the uninsured as a group worse off (39 percent) than better off (26 percent).
It's a familiar phenomenon. The left passes a totalitarian law on the pretext of helping people. The law hurts other people, but fails to help those people whom it claimed to want to help. And the left still keeps trotting out human interests justifications for their abuse of power.
The uninsured now dislike ObamaCare more than ever. They feel that is has hurt them. And they were the entire moral basis for this entire mess. Without them, ObamaCare has hardly any reason to exist.