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Saturday, November 29, 2014

 

One in three Americans has put off seeking medical treatment in 2014 due to high costs

The lied when they called it "The Affordable Care Act."

Obamacare, of course, had promised that it would help make health care more affordable for everyone, but the number of people who can’t afford a trip to the doctor has actually risen three points since 2013, before most Obamacare provisions took effect.

The hardest-hit: the middle-class. Americans with an annual household income of between $30,000 and $75,000 began delaying medical care over costs more in 2014, up to 38 percent in 2014 from 33 percent last year; among households that earn above $75,000, 28 percent delayed care this year, compared to just 17 percent last year.

Of course. Obama is a member of the ghetto part of the Democrat party. The middle class are his class enemies.

Percentage of Americans Putting Off Medical Treatment Because of Cost

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