It doesn’t seem like that long ago that folks were screaming and tossing chairs at each other in protest of health care reform proposals. But consumers either have come a long way since or have short memories, as a recent Mercer survey reports that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is being viewed more positively. 

This year, 31% of respondents now say they are better off because of PPACA, up from only 18% the prior year. Conversely, 33% of respondents believe that they are worse off, down from 43% in 2010.

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