A Q & A about the two related cases that will be argued before the Supreme Court on Tuesday involving a challenge to regulations in the Affordable Care Act requiring many employers to include free coverage of contraceptive services in their employees’ health insurance plans.
As the fourth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act approaches, the law remains unpopular and there continue to be deep partisan and demographic differences in views of the law. A majority of the law’s opponents, however, want politicians to do what they can to make it work.
The most-likely customers of health exchanges lean towards low-cost, narrower plans.
The share of Americans without insurance who have an unfavorable view of the health care law outnumber those with positive views by almost two-to-one.
A summary of where Americans stand on ten key issues likely to come up in President Obama's State of the Union address.
The median cost of an uncomplicated non-surgical delivery in California.
The estimated number of Americans who relied on non-group health insurance coverage before the Affordable Care Act took effect.
Barack Obama’s steadily declining job rating has modestly improved. And while the 2010 health care law remains unpopular, the public has more confidence in Obama on health care policy than in Republican leaders in Congress.
The 45% of U.S. adults living with one or more chronic health conditions are less likely than other adults to go online. But once they are online, they are more likely to be active users of online health resources.
Support for the new health care law took a beating in November – particularly among Democrats – during a period when many Americans paid close attention to the heavy news coverage of its problem-plagued rollout, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking poll released today