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Report: Census Survey Changes Will Prevent Analysis of Obamacare Effects

Are you a fool or what?

 

Sarah Hurtubise

Daily Caller

April 15, 2014

 

The Census Bureau will make significant changes to its annual survey that will make it difficult to measure Obamacare’s effects, The New York Times reports.

 

The Current Population Survey, the questionnaire used during interviews with tens of thousands of households, will undergo a “total revision to health insurance questions” this fall, according to internal Census documents. The changes will make the new findings incomparable to census data from years before the health-care law went into effect and The changes will make the new findings incomparable to census data from years before the health care law went into effect and will cause a break in continuous data that will cause next year’s Census data to show fewer uninsured Americans post-Obamacare, whether that’s true or not.

Officials say the changes are intended to improve the census survey’s accuracy. Internal Census documents alleged that the timing wasn’t purposely intended to cloud clear analysis of Obamacare’s effects.

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hate ACA now that we know a Black person is associated with it

 

loved it when it was Romney care

 

what is a bigot to do :D

Are you responding from a mental institution? Cognitive Dissonance, Stockholm sydrome, Ostrich Head in the Sand Syndrome. I hope you have obamacare.

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Are you responding from a mental institution? Cognitive Dissonance, Stockholm sydrome, Ostrich Head in the Sand Syndrome. I hope you have obamacare.

Projection doesnt look good on you, settle down, a Black man is prez, next will be a woman and a Hispanic after that

 

YOU ARE no longer the majority

 

get used to it

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