The Hill, June 17, 2014
A new Gallup poll finds 66 percent are satisfied with how the healthcare system is working for them. The poll finds a correlation between whether a person is insured, and whether a person is satisfied. A higher percentage of people with insurance are satisfied with the healthcare system compared to those who are unsatisfied. Gallup has been taking the survey since mid-March on a nightly basis, and has seen only a slight change in its results, which topped out at a 70 percent satisfaction rate in mid-April after the enrollment period for ObamaCare ended.