Survey: Americans becoming less informed about health care law

08/29/2011 | Hill, The

The Kaiser Family Foundation reported that the percentage of Americans who were aware that the health care law offers assistance to individual buyers of insurance fell from 72% last summer to 58% in the latest poll. The survey showed only 29% of Americans knew that the law prohibits insurers from charging for some preventive services, while half incorrectly thought it didn't.

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