A third of Americans currently uninsured still have no intention of buying health coverage even though they are required to do so by the Affordable Care Act, according to Bankrate’s latest Health Insurance Pulse survey.
Thirty-four percent contacted by telephone said they still have no intention of buying insurance. Most, 41 percent, cited cost as their reason, while 17 percent said they oppose Obamacare and 13 percent said they are healthy and don’t need insurance.
Fifty-six percent of those surveyed said they do plan to purchase health coverage.
“We did all this discombobulating for nothing, because the uninsured are not signing up,” Fox News Channel’s Neil Cavuto said on Monday.
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