What are the biggest problems with the ACA’s website? | POLITICO
Axios / Axios via Getty Images A large majority of Americans say the ACA website is broken, while just 15% say it’s a good idea.
That’s the first time the poll has asked this question.
The website is plagued by glitches, slow loading times, and a few instances where a page doesn’t load in the first few seconds.
Only 5% say the website is a good or excellent job.
The majority of Republicans, 56%, say the site is a great job.
Independents and Democrats have similar views, with 57% and 58%, respectively, saying the website has a good job.
Only one in five Democrats (18%) say the websites job is good.
Among those who say the web site is not a good fit for their lifestyle, nearly two-thirds (64%) say it is not very good.
Only 17% of Americans who say they are on a strict budget say they would prefer to live on a tight budget.
There is a partisan divide on this question, with Democrats and Republicans split 50% to 44%.
Democrats and Independants split 49% to 45%.
About half (51%) of Democrats say the government should spend more on health care while 45% of Republicans say the opposite.
Among all Americans, only 43% say they prefer health care to be free at the point of use, and 36% say health care should be more expensive.
The survey was conducted Jan. 23-25 among 1,004 adults, including 1,087 Republicans and 807 Democrats.
The margin of sampling error is plus or minus three percentage points. (Axios)