Doctor Shortage Under Obamacare?

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 Fears Put to Rest

By AUSTIN FRAKT PhD

The demand for primary care doctors has gone up as more people have gotten health care coverage …. But so has appointment availability.

Doctor Shortage Under Obamacare? Fears Are Put to Rest

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  1. 39.3% of Adults Favor Repealing The Individual Mandate

    The Urban Institute recently published a brief on public attitudes toward the individual mandate. Here are some key findings from the report:

    • 39.3% favor repealing the individual mandate, while 29.6% favor keeping it.
    • 30.5% were not sure whether the mandate should be kept or eliminated.
    • Republicans were more likely to support repeal (65.5% versus 11.4%).
    • Non-Hispanic nonwhite adults favored keeping the (41.4% to 20.5%).
    • 48.1% of non-Hispanic white adults supported repealing the individual mandate.
    • Adults with college degrees favored keeping the mandate (44.6% to 36.3%).

    Source: Urban Institute, November 21, 2017

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