One Quarter Of Uninsured Americans Will Pay Fine Rather Than Get ObamacareOnly 37 percent of Americans are aware of new health exchanges
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In a telling statistic, twenty-five percent of uninsured Americans say that they intend to pay a fine, rather than become insured under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), according to a poll released by Gallup.