Survey: Many Still Unsure About Obamacare

By WWJ Health Reporter Sean Lee

SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – A new survey says many Americans are still undecided about whether they’ll buy into Obamacare.

Almost seven in 10 uninsured Americans with pre-existing conditions still haven’t figured out whether they’ll buy health insurance, according to a new report from the website It should be noted that the Affordable Care Act will allow people with pre-existing conditions to purchase health insurance at no extra cost in 2014.

The report also found 85 percent of Americans don’t think consumers have gotten enough education about Obamacare.

If you need more information about the coming changes to national health care, visit this link.

The website, has been reformatted to help people can learn how to get ready for open enrollment this fall. By October, the site will allow enrollees in 34 federally operated online marketplaces to apply for federal subsidies and shop online for plans.

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