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No, I have coverage through my spouse's employer. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Revere, MA.
Not yet, was waiting for Govt. Shut Down to pass and initial ACA Website glitches to be ironed out. Will look in the next few days. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Coyote, CA.
My State has reused to expand Medicaid. 1yr ago from a Green in Cape Coral, FL.
I have reviewed the plans and will purchase at a later date. But I WILL participate. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Lantana, FL.
No, I'm waiting to find out if my current plan is banned by Obamacare or not. 1yr ago from a Republican in Batavia, NY.
I'm already covered under an individual private health care plan, but I intend to research my options under the ACA to see if I can get something more affordable. 1yr ago from a Green in Topanga, CA.
I will sign up before Jan 2014. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Hudson, OH.
I tried but because of my income level in my state (California) I was directed to apply for Medi-Cal. 1yr ago from a Republican in Red Bluff, CA.
I have Medicare, my former employer subsidizes my excellent MediGap plan, and I live in MA which has "Romneycare.". 1yr ago from a Green in Auburn, MA.
I have emplyer coverage, but one of my adult children has signed up. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Manhattan, NY.
I already have coverage through an HMO. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Greensboro, NC.
I live in massachusetts and already have subsidized insurance. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Saugus, MA.
I am 24 and am still eligible to stay on my parents insurance until i'm 26 under Obamacare. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Los Angeles, CA.
No, I am exempt by being under Veteran's Affairs healtcare but I support the act. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Sterling Heights, MI.
I only tried because i will be punished if i abstain. But the website was not working. 1yr ago from a Republican in Fort Monmouth, NJ.
No, the cheapest plan costs more than I can afford, but still doesn't offer me any coverage. 1yr ago from a Green in Kansas City, MO.
No. I am a military veteran and have medical care guaranteed. 1yr ago from a Republican in Douglas, WY.
Through this, I will continue to have health insurance under my father's current health insurance plan. I did not have to sign up. Although, I would have in a heart-beat. 1yr ago from a Green in Tulsa, OK.
I have elected to wait for a couple of weeks til the crush of people attempting to sign up has calmed down and then I will. I support this 100%. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Casper, WY.
Not yet, I know we don;t have to have it quite yet and I am hoping to wait until finances are a little better and the traffic on the sites dies down some. 1yr ago from a Green in Baytown, TX.
No, but I did register and am in the process of shopping around. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Wheat Ridge, CO.
This should be done at the state level. 1yr ago from a Republican in Mashpee, MA.
No, I receive government funded healthcare for workers with disability through a state program with federal subsidies. 1yr ago from a Green in Lansdowne, PA.
No. This "law" is proving itself to sever adverse ramifications to our country and does not meet the intent of "affordability." It is critical that this law be repealed!. 1yr ago from a Republican in Macon, GA.
Not yet but plan and am excited to!. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Austin, TX.
No I am a retired veteran with a service connected disability. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Garner, NC.
Tried and gave up for now as it was too cumbersome. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Allen, TX.
Cannot afford health insurance. I make 18,000/yr. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Whitefish, MT.
I have Medicare and supplemental insurance; have no need to sign up. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Cape Coral, FL.
Not yet, but plan to compare to current plans. 1yr ago from a Green in Edwardsville, KS.
We are fortunate to have good insurance and feel that every person deserves the same. We are huge supporters of Obamacare. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Pegram, TN.
No, I already have private pay insurance, but will check it out once they fix the technical issues with the sites. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Hoschton, GA.
No, the fine is less than what I would have to pay to buy healthcare. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in Grand Rapids, MI.
No, but I might if the increase in premium from my employer is more than 9.5% of our income. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Lansing, MI.
No, I am covered through the VA. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Montague, NJ.
I am a senior with a Medicare Advantage Insurance program that works great for me. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Santa Monica, CA.
I am medically retired, and therefore have Medicare. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Palm Bay, FL.
No, had only options for HMO or EPO. I will only use PPO. 1yr ago from a Green in Orlando, FL.
I tried, but it was FAR more expensive than the individual policy I now have for lesser coverage. 1yr ago from a Republican in Glen Mills, PA.
No, I was intimidated by the website, and I put it off. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Pensacola, FL.
No, It is still too expensive for me to afford. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Garden City, ID.
I have private insurance that would qualify as a Gold plan but will check if there is a comparable plan for les that includes my current HCPs. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Potomac, MD.
On medicare and medicaid and receiving social security over 77 years old. On a very low income. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Jacksonville, FL.
No, I do not qualify for subsidies and my state has refused the Medicaid expansion. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Warsaw, IN.
No, but my wife and I need insurance to replace my COBRA that runs out mid 2014. The ACA and COBRA rates are about the same in New York State after review over the past month. Bottom line...ACA is NOT affordable!. 1yr ago from a Republican in Rochester, NY.
No. I never thought I would say this, My family members have better coverage through Tri Care(Military Health care) than obamacare and its great for them even though it is horrible towards military members. 1yr ago from a Republican in Colorado Springs, CO.
Already have insurance through a private provider, but am not against changing possibly in the near future. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Owasso, OK.
No, I am covered by Medicare and Tricare for Life. 1yr ago from a Libertarian in Kissimmee, FL.
No, I do not qualify for those plans. However I now apparently qualify for Medicaid whereas nine months ago I did not qualify, so I will be signing up for Medicaid. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Beaverton, OR.
No. I really know nothing about this. I doubt I can afford anything when i'm living off $100 a week with 3 kids. 1yr ago from a Democrat in Lawrenceville, GA.