Despite back and forth in Congress over healthcare reform, most employees aren’t particularly worried over a repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
A solid majority of employees (61%) who get their health insurance from work surveyed by employee communication platform provider Jellyvision say they do not think an ACA repeal would have a major impact on them and their families. When Jellyvision broke down the poll results — which it commissioned from Harris Polls — by respondents’ political party affiliations, Republicans (68%) are more likely to believe that an ACA repeal would have no personal impact on them, compared to 55% of Democrats and 60% of Independents.
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