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1 POLL December 5-8, 2013 Total N= 1000 December 4-15, 2013 Uninsured N = 702 All trends are from New York Times/CBS News polls unless otherwise noted. Asterisk indicates registered respondents only.

2 1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as President? 2/2-4/09 CBS /18-22/ /12-16/09 CBS /20-22/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /6-12/09 CBS /12-16/ /9-12/09 CBS /24-28/ /27-31/09 CBS /19-23/ /5-8/09 CBS /13-16/09 CBS /4-8/ /6-10/10 CBS /14-17/10 CBS /5-10/ /18-21/10 CBS /29-4/1/10 CBS /5-12/ /28-5/2/ /20-24/10 CBS /16-20/ /9-12/10 CBS /20-24/10 CBS /10-14/ /1-5/10 CBS /21-26/ /7-10/10 CBS /29-12/2/10 CBS /15-19/ /11-14/11 CBS /18-21/11 CBS /15-20/ /2-3/ /3-7/11 CBS /24-28/ /2-3/ /10-15/ /28-10/2/11 CBS /19-24/ /6-10/11 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /14-18/11 CBS /4-8/12 CBS /12-17/ /8-13/ /7-11/ /13-17/ /11-16/ /22-26/12 CBS /8-12/ /17-20/12 CBS /25-28/ /12-16/12 CBS /11-15/ /6-10/13 CBS /20-24/13 CBS /24-28/ /31-6/4/ /18-22/13 CBS /6-8/ /19-23/ /18-21/13 CBS /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

3 2. Do you feel things in this country are generally going in the right direction or do you feel things have pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track? Right Wrong DK/NA Right Wrong DK/NA Direction Track Direction Track 2/10-12/ /11-15/ /22/ /2-4/09 CBS /11-13/ /12-16/09 CBS /28-10/1/ /1-5/ /13-27/ /22-26/ /10-12/03 CBS /6-12/09 CBS /10-13/ /12-16/ /14-15/ /9-12/09 CBS /12-15/ /24-28/ /12-15/04 CBS /19-23/ /10-14/ /4-8/ /30-4/1/04 CBS /14-17/10 CBS /23-27/ /5-10/ /20-23/04 CBS /5-12/ /23-27/ /4-5/10 CBS /11-15/ /20-24/10 CBS /15-18/04 CBS /16-20/ /12-16/ /10-14/ /20-22/04 CBS /1-5/10 CBS /1-3/ /21-26/ /14-17/ /7-10/10 CBS /28-30/ /15-19/ /18-21/ /11-14/11 CBS /14-18/ /18-21/11 CBS /24-28/ /15-20/ /9-14/05 NYT /3-7/11 CBS /13-16/05 CBS /24-28/ /20-24/05 CBS /22-24/11 CBS /10-15/ /10-15/ /29-8/2/05 CBS /28-10/2/11 CBS /9-13/ /19-24/ /3-5/05 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /30-11/1/05 CBS /14-18/11 CBS /2-6/ /4-8/12 CBS /5-8/06 CBS /12-17/ /20-25/ /8-13/ /9-12/06 CBS /24-27/12 CBS /28-30/06 CBS /7-11/ /4-8/ /13-17/ /10-11/06 CBS /31-6/3/12 CBS /21-25/ /11-16/ /17-21/ /22-26/12 CBS /27-31/ /8-12/ /8-10/06 CBS /17-20/12 CBS /1-3/07 CBS /25-28/ /18-21/07 CBS /12-16/12 CBS /8-11/07 CBS /11-15/ /23-27/ /23-27/ /18-23/ /20-24/13 CBS /26-28/07 CBS /24-28/ /9-17/ /31-6/4/ /4-8/ /18-22/13 CBS /5-9/ /19-23/ /9-12/ /18-21/13 CBS /28-4/2/ /15-18/13 CBS /30-6/3/08 CBS /5-8/ /7-14/ /4-15/13 UNINS /12-16/ /10-13/ /19-22/ /25-29/ /4-8/08 CBS For trend going back further than 2003, please contact 3

4 3. What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today? 12/4-15/13 5/31-6/4/13 9/19-23/13 12/5-8/13 UNINS Health care Budget deficit Education Medicare/Medicaid - - * * Taxes 1 - * * Economy Immigration Defense 1 - * 1 Poverty Crime 1 1 * 1 Foreign Policy 1 2 * 1 Jobs Abortion - - * * Moral Values Welfare 1 - * * President War Iraq - - * * Afghanistan Politicians/Government Environment 1 - * 1 Religious values Terrorism general 1 1 * * Guns Other DK/NA

5 4. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling foreign policy? 2/2-4/09 CBS /18-22/ /1-5/ /22-26/ /12-16/ /9-12/09 CBS /24-28/ /5-8/09 CBS /13-16/09 CBS /14-17/10 CBS /5-10/ /28-5/2/ /9-12/10 CBS /7-10/10 CBS /29-12/2/10 CBS /15-19/ /11-14/11 CBS /18-21/11 CBS /15-20/ /2-3/ /3-7/11 CBS /19-24/ /6-10/11 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /14-18/11 CBS /4-8/12 CBS /12-17/ /8-13/ /7-11/ /13-17/ /11-16/ /22-26/12 CBS /8-12/ /25-28/ /12-14/ /11-15/ /6-10/13 CBS /20-24/13 CBS /24-28/ /31-6/4/ /18-22/ /19-23/ /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

6 5. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the economy? 2/2-4/09 CBS /18-22/ /12-16/09 CBS /20-22/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /6-12/09 CBS /12-16/ /9-12/09 CBS /24-28/ /27-31/09 CBS /19-23/ /5-8/09 CBS /13-16/09 CBS /4-8/ /6-10/10 CBS /14-17/10 CBS /5-10/ /18-21/10 CBS /29-4/1/10 CBS /5-12/ /28-5/2/ /20-24/10 CBS /16-20/ /9-12/10 CBS /20-24/10 CBS /10-14/ /1-5/10 CBS /21-26/ /7-10/10 CBS /29-12/2/10 CBS /15-19/ /11-14/11 CBS /18-21/11 CBS /15-20/ /2-3/ /3-7/11 CBS /24-28/ /10-15/ /28-10/2/11 CBS /19-24/ /6-10/11 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /14-18/11 CBS /4-8/12 CBS /12-17/ /8-13/ /7-11/ /13-17/ /11-16/ /22-26/12 CBS /8-12/ /25-28/ /12-16/12 CBS /11-15/ /6-10/13 CBS /20-24/13 CBS /24-28/ /31-6/4/ /18-22/13 CBS /6-8/ /19-23/ /18-21/13 CBS /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

7 6. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling health care? 6/12-16/ /9-12/09 CBS /24-28/ /27-31/09 CBS /19-23/ /5-8/09 CBS /13-16/09 CBS /4-8/ /6-10/10 CBS /14-17/10 CBS /5-10/ /18-21/10 CBS /29-4/1/10 CBS /5-12/ /28-5/2/ /20-24/ /19-23/ /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

8 8. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job? 7/13-16/ /27-31/09 CBS /22-23/02 CBS /5-8/09 CBS /3-6/ /29-11/1/09 CBS /27-31/ /13-16/09 CBS /9-12/ /14-17/10 CBS /13-27/ /5-10/ /28-10/1/ /18-21/10 CBS /12-15/ /29-4/1/10 CBS /14-17/ /5-12/ /14-18/ /20-24/10 CBS /24-28/ /16-20/ /21-22/05 CBS /20-24/10 CBS /13-16/05 CBS /10-14/ /20-23/05 CBS /1-5/10 CBS /10-15/ /21-26/ /13-14/05 CBS /29-12/2/10 CBS /9-13/ /11-14/11 CBS /3-5/05 CBS /18-21/11 CBS /30-11/1/05 CBS /15-20/ /2-6/ /3-7/11 CBS /5-8/06 CBS /24-28/ /20-25/ /2-3/ /22-26/06 CBS /10-15/ /9-12/06 CBS /28-10/2/11 CBS /6-9/06 CBS /19-24/ /4-8/ /6-10/11 CBS /10-11/06 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /21-25/ /14-18/11 CBS /17-21/ /4-8/12 CBS /15-19/ /12-17/ /5-8/ /8-13/ /27-31/ /13-17/ /18-21/07 CBS /31-6/3/ /8-11/07 CBS /11-16/ /23-27/ /22-26/12 CBS /7-11/ /8-12/ /9-12/07 CBS /25-28/ /18-23/ /12-16/12 CBS /26-28/07 CBS /11-15/13 CBS /9-17/ /6-10/13 CBS /20-22/ /20-24/13 CBS /8-12/07 CBS /24-28/ /4-8/ /31-6/4/ /12-16/07 CBS /18-22/13 CBS /5-9/ /6-8/ /25-29/ /19-23/ /27-30/08 CBS /18-21/13 CBS /10-13/ /15-18/13 CBS /19-22/ /5-8/ /2-4/09 CBS /4-15/13 UNINS /18-22/ /12-16/09 CBS /20-22/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /9-12/09 CBS For trend going back further than 2002, please contact 8

9 9. Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Republicans in Congress are handling healthcare? QUESTIONS 9 AND 10 WERE ROTATED 10/5-8/09 CBS /13-16/09 CBS /6-10/10 CBS /18-21/10 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Democrats in Congress are handling healthcare? QUESTIONS 9 AND 10 WERE ROTATED 10/5-8/09 CBS /13-16/09 CBS /6-10/10 CBS /18-21/10 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Do you approve or disapprove of the way your state government is handling healthcare? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

10 12. How would you rate the condition of the national economy these days? Is it very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad? Very Fairly Fairly Very DK/NA Very Fairly Fairly Very DK/NA good good bad bad good good bad Bad 1/4-6/03 CBS /25-29/ /19-22/ /4-8/08 CBS /9-12/ /11-15/ /28-10/1/ /2-4/09 CBS /10-12/ /18-22/ /20-24/ /12-16/09 CBS /11-13/ /1-5/ /20-21/03CBS /22-26/ /10-13/ /6-12/09 CBS /14-15/ /12-16/ /12-15/ /9-12/09 CBS /10-14/ /24-28/ /23-27/ /27-31/09 CBS /20-23/04 CBS /19-23/ /23-27/ /5-8/09 CBS /15-18/04 CBS /13-16/09 CBS /12-16/ /4-8/ /1-3/ /6-10/10 CBS /14-17/ /5-10/ /18-21/ /29/-4/1/10 CBS /24-28/ /5-12/ /10-15/ /28-5/2/ /29-8/2/05 CBS /20-24/ /9-13/ /16-20/ /30-11/1/05 CBS /9-12/10 CBS /2-6/ /20-24/10 CBS /5-8/06 CBS /10-14/ /20-25/ /1-5/10 CBS /22-26/06 CBS /21-26/ /9-12/06 CBS /7-10/10 CBS /6-9/06 CBS /29-12/2/10 CBS /28-30/06 CBS /15-19/ /4-8/ /11-14/11 CBS /21-25/ /18-21/11 CBS /17-21/ /15-20/ /15-19/ /3-7/11 CBS /5-8/ /24-28/ /27-31/ /2-3/ /8-10/06 CBS /10-15/ /1-3/07 CBS /28-10/2/11 CBS /18-21/07 CBS /19-24/ /8-11/07 CBS /6-10/11 CBS /23-27/ /5-7/11 CBS /7-11/ /4-8/12 CBS /9-12/07 CBS /12-17/ /18-23/ /8-13/ /9-17/ /7-11/ /8-12/07 CBS /13-17/ /4-8/ /11-16/ /12-16/07 CBS /22-26/12 CBS /5-9/ /8-12/ /9-12/ /17-20 CBS /30-2/2/08 CBS /25-28/ /20-24/ /12-16/12 CBS /15-18/08 CBS /6-10/13 CBS /28-4/2/ /20-24/13 CBS /25-29/ /24-28/ /1-3/ /31-6/4/ /30-6/3/08 CBS /18-22/13 CBS /7-14/ /19-23/ /31-8/5/08 CBS /18-21/13 CBS /15-19/ /15-18/13 CBS /12-16/ /5-8/ /21-24/ /4-15/13 UNINS /27-30/08 CBS /3-5/08 CBS /10-13/ /19-22/ For trend going back further than 2003, please contact 10

11 13. Do you think the economy is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same? Better Worse Same DK/NA Better Worse Same DK/NA 1/19-22/ /12-16/ /11-13/ /9-12/09 CBS /9-12/ /24-28/ /13-27/ /27-31/09 CBS /26-28/03 CBS /19-23/ /28-10/1/ /5-8/09 CBS /10-13/ /13-16/09 CBS /14-15/ /4-8/ /12-15/ /6-10/10 CBS /12-15/04 CBS /14-17/10 CBS /10-14/ /5-10/ /20-23/04 CBS /5-12/ /23-27/ /28-5/2/ /12-16/ /20-24/ /14-17/ /16-20/ /18-21/ /9-12/10 CBS /14-18/ /20-24/10 CBS /24-28/ /10-14/ /10-15/ /1-5/10 CBS /29-8/2/05 CBS /21-26/ /9-13/ /29-12/2/10 CBS /30-11/1/05 CBS /15-19/ /2-6/ /11-14/11 CBS /5-8/06 CBS /18-21/11 CBS /20-25/ /15-20/ /9-12/ /3-7/11 CBS /4-8/ /24-28/ /21-25/ /10-15/ /15-19/ /28-10/2/11 CBS /5-8/ /19-24/ /27-31/ /6-10/11 CBS /8-11/07 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /23-27/ /14-18/11 CBS /9-12/07 CBS /4-8/12 CBS /18-23/ /12-17/ /9-17/ /8-13/ /4-8/ /7-11/ /12-16/07 CBS /13-17/ /5-9/ /11-16/ /9-12/ /22-26/12 CBS /30-2/2/08 CBS /8-12/ /20-24/ /17-20/12 CBS /15-18/08 CBS /25-28/ /28-4/2/ /12-16/12 CBS /25-29/ /6-10/13 CBS /30-6/3/08 CBS /20-24/13 CBS /7-14/ /24-28/ /12-16/ /31-6/4/ /21-24/ /18-22/13 CBS /27-30/08 CBS /19-23/ /3-5/08 CBS /18-21/13 CBS /10-13/ /15-18/13 CBS /19-22/ /5-8/ /25-29/ /4-15/13 UNINS * 5/30-6/3/08 CBS /4-8/08 CBS /11-15/ /2-4/09 CBS /18-22/ /12-16/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /6-12/09 CBS For trend going back further than 2002, please contact 11

12 19. Do you think Barack Obama has the same priorities for the country as you have, or doesn't he? Yes No DK/NA 2/18-22/ /24-28/ /5-8/09 CBS /20-24/10 CBS /9-12/10 CBS /15-19/ /11-14/11 CBS /15-20/ /5-7/11 CBS /12-18/ /6-10/13 CBS /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Do you think Barack Obama is honest and trustworthy, or not? Honest Not honest DK/NA 9/8-12/ /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-18/13 UNINS Do you think providing health care coverage for the poor is the responsibility of the federal government, or is this not the responsibility of the federal government? QUESTIONS 21 AND 22 WERE ROTATED Government Not government responsibility responsibility DK/NA 4/15-20/ /5-8/ /4-18/13 UNINS Do you think providing health care coverage for the elderly is the responsibility of the federal government, or is this not the responsibility of the federal government? QUESTIONS 21 AND 22 WERE ROTATED Government Not government responsibility responsibility DK/NA 4/15-20/ /5-8/ /4-18/13 UNINS

13 23. Do you think providing access to affordable health care coverage for all Americans is the responsibility of the federal government, or is this not the responsibility of the federal government? Government Not government responsibility responsibility DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-18/13 UNINS A. Do you think health insurance plans for all employees should have to cover the full cost of birth control for their female employees, or should employers be allowed to opt out of covering that based on religious or moral objections? Cover birth control Allowed to opt out Depends (vol.) DK/NA 3/7-11/ /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Are you generally satisfied or dissatisfied with the quality of the health care you receive? Would you say you are very (satisfied/dissatisfied) or somewhat (satisfied/dissatisfied)? Very Somewhat Somewhat Very satisfied satisfied dissatisfied dissatisfied DK/NA 2/23-27/ /12-16/ /19-23/ /19-23/ /2-7/ /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS When individuals don t have health insurance, how do you think that affects the country overall does it help the country, hurt the country, or does it have no effect on the country? RESPONSES ROTATED Help the country Hurt the country No effect on the country DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

14 27. From what you've heard or read, do you approve or disapprove of the health care law that was enacted in 2010? IF APPROVE, ASK: Do you strongly approve or somewhat approve? IF DISAPPROVE, ASK: Do you somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove? Strongly Somewhat Somewhat Strongly DK/NA approve approve disapprove disapprove 3/29-4/1/10 CBS /20-24/10 CBS /9-12/10 CBS /10-14/ /1-5/10 CBS /11-14/11 CBS /3-7/11 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /21-25/ /13-17/ /31-6/3/ /11-16/ /22-26/12 CBS /8-12/ /20-24/13 CBS /18-22/13 CBS /19-23/ /18-21/13 CBS /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS ¹ Wording: From what you ve heard or read, do you approve or disapprove of the new health care reform bill 2 Wording: From what you ve heard or read, do you approve or disapprove of the health care law that was enacted last march 3 Wording: From what you've heard or read, do you approve or disapprove of the health care law that was enacted last year 28. Does the 2010 health care law go too far in changing the U.S. health care system, not far enough, or is it about right? Too far Not far enough About right DK/NA 4/13-17/ /31-6/3/ /1-2/13 CBS /18-21/13 CBS /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Question read Does the 2010 health care law go too far in reforming the U.S. health care system 29. Which comes closest to your view about the 2010 health care law?...1. The law is working well and should be kept in place as is. 2. There are some good things in the law, but some changes are needed to make it work better. 3. The law has so much wrong with it that it needs to be repealed entirely. Working well, Good things, Needs to repealed DK/NA keep in place changes needed entirely 11/15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

15 30. In the long run, do you think the 2010 health care law will make the health care system in the U.S. better than it was before, worse than it was before, or don t you think there will be much of a difference either way? Better than before Worse than before No difference DK/NA 11/15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS From what you've heard or read, do you think the 2010 health care law will mostly help you personally, will mostly hurt you personally, or don't you think it will have much of an effect on you personally? Help Hurt No effect DK/NA 3/18-21/10 CBS /29-4/1/10 CBS /20-24/10 CBS /9-12/10 CBS /5-9/11 CBS /5-7/11 CBS /21-25/ /18-22/13 CBS /19-23/ /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Question read From what you ve heard or read, do you think the current health reform bill 2 Question read From what you ve heard or read, do you think the new health reform bill 3 Question read From what you ve heard or read, do you think the new health reform law 35. Do you feel you have a good understanding of how the 2010 health care law will affect you and your family, or is it confusing to you? Good understanding Confusing DK/NA 3/18-21/10 CBS /29-4/1/10 CBS /21-25/ /18-22/13 CBS /19-23/ /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Question read Do you feel you have a good understanding of how the new health care reforms would affect 15

16 32. Do you think the health care law will eventually increase your own health care costs, will eventually lower your own health care costs, or don't you think it will have much effect on your own health care costs? QUESTIONS 32 AND 33 WERE ROTATED Increase Decrease No effect DK/NA 8/27-31/09 CBS /29-4/1/10 CBS /21-25/ /18-21/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Question read From what you ve heard or read, do you think the health care reforms under consideration in congress 2 Question read From what you ve heard or read, do you think the new health care reforms 33. Do you think that the 2010 health care law will make the quality of health care you receive better, will make the quality of health care you receive worse, or don't you think it will have much effect on the quality of your health care? QUESTIONS 32 AND 33 WERE ROTATED Better Worse No effect DK/NA 3/29-4/1/10 CBS /21-25/ /18-21/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Question read From what you ve heard or read, do you think the new health care reforms will make 34. Do you think that the 2010 health care law will make it easier for you to obtain health insurance in the future if you are lacking insurance, harder to obtain insurance, or don t you think it will have much effect on your ability to obtain health insurance? Easier Harder No effect DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Regardless of your overall opinion of the 2010 health care law, how confident are you in the Obama Administration s ability to implement the law very confident, somewhat confident, not very confident, or not at all confident? Very Somewhat Not very Not at confident confident confident all confident DK/NA 11/15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS When you evaluate your own member of Congress, how much will his or her position on the 2010 health care law matter will it matter a lot, somewhat, not much, or not at all? A lot Somewhat Not much Not at all DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

17 39. As you may know, as part of the 2010 health care law, health insurance exchanges have opened up so people can sign up for health insurance. Based on what you ve heard or read, has the sign-up for the health care exchanges been going very well, somewhat well, not very well, not at all well, or don t you know enough to say? Very Somewhat Not very Not at Don t know well well well all well enough DK/NA 10/18-21/13 CBS /15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS A. Do you think the sign-up for the health-care exchanges is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same? Better Worse Same DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Which comes closest to your opinion about the problems affecting the federal government s health care website? 1. They are isolated problems, or 2. They are signs of more widespread problems to come. RESPONSES ROTATED Isolated Signs of widespread problems problems DK/NA 11/15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Have you personally looked up information about applying for health insurance under the new exchanges that opened up this past October under the 2010 health care law, or not? Yes No DK/NA 11/15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS * 42. When you looked up information about applying for health insurance, did you visit the federal government s health care website Healthcare.gov, or did you visit a state-run website that offered health insurance exchanges, or did you call by phone? State Healthcare.gov agency Phone Other/None (vol.) Did not look up info DK/NA 11/15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS * 17

18 43. Would you say the health exchange website you visited was very easy to use, somewhat easy, somewhat difficult, or very difficult to use? AMONG HEALTHCARE.GOV VISITORS N = 261 Very Somewhat Somewhat Very easy easy difficult difficult DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS When you looked up information about applying for health insurance under the new federal or state exchanges, were you able to get the information that you needed, or not? AMONG HEALTH EXCHANGE WEBSITE VISITORS N = 317 Yes No DK/NA 11/15-18/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Did you apply for health insurance under the new federal or state exchanges that opened up this past October, or not? IF YES, ASK: And did you get confirmation through the exchange that you will have health insurance beginning in 2014, or not? AMONG HEALTH EXCHANGE WEBSITE VISITORS N = 317 Applied and got insurance Applied but did not get insurance Did not apply 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS DK/NA 47. As part of the 2010 health care law, the federal government is providing money to state governments so they can expand health insurance coverage to people who cannot afford it. Some states are accepting the money, and others are not. Do you think your state should or should not accept this money from the federal government? My state should accept My state should not accept DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Next, I m going to read you some parts of the health care law. Please tell me if you approve or disapprove of each one. First, do you approve or disapprove of the part in the 2010 health care law (INSERT ITEM)? Next ITEMS ROTATED 48a. Requiring nearly all Americans to have health insurance coverage by 2014 or pay a penalty? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS b. Requiring health insurance companies to cover those who may have an existing medical condition or prior illness? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

19 48c. Allowing children to stay on their parents' health insurance policies until the age of 26? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS d. Providing tax credits to small businesses that offer health insurance coverage to their employees? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS e. Providing financial help to low and moderate income Americans who don t get health insurance through their jobs to help them purchase coverage? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS f. Requiring employers with 50 or more employees to pay a fine if they don t offer health insurance? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS g. Increasing the Medicare payroll tax on earnings for higher income Americans? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS h. Requiring existing insurance policies to meet higher standards of health care coverage? 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS A premium is the monthly amount you pay for health care. Which do you prefer in an insurance plan: 1. (Paying lower premiums each month, but paying more for each doctor s visit and prescription filled), OR 2. (Paying higher premiums each month, but paying less for each doctor s visit and prescription filled?) RESPONSES ROTATED Lower premiums, pay more for doctor and Rx Higher premiums, pay less for doctor and Rx DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

20 59. Which do you prefer in an insurance plan: 1. Paying lower monthly premiums, but having limited choices of doctors and health facilities, or 2. Paying higher monthly premiums, but having greater choices of doctors and health facilities? Lower premiums, limited choices Higher premiums, greater choices DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Over the last three years, do you think that health care costs in the United States have been growing at a faster rate, a slower rate, or have health care costs grown at the same rate, or don t you know enough to say? Health care costs grew at faster rate Costs grew at slower rate Costs grew at the same rate Don t know enough DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS a. Do you think the 2010 health-care law has played a role in health care costs growing at a (faster/slower) rate or has it not affected the rate of growing health care costs? AMONG THOSE WHO SAID COSTS GREW FASTER OR SLOWER N = 391 Health law affected Health law no effect DK/NA GREW AT FASTER RATE N=315 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS GREW AT SLOWER RATE Insufficient N 61. How would you describe the affordability of basic medical care for you and your family would you say basic medical care is affordable, or is it a hardship? Affordable Hardship DK/NA 12/4-10/ /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Where do you usually receive your basic health care -- at a doctor's office, a clinic or health center, a hospital emergency room, or some other place? Doctor s office Clinic of Health center Emergency room Other DK/NA 3/2-7/ /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

21 63. In the past five years, have you or someone in your household gone without medical treatment you thought was needed because of the COST, or not? Yes, Yes, other Yes, self family member both (vol.) No DK/NA 12/5-8/ * 12/4-15/13 UNINS In the past five years, have you or someone in your household put off or postponed preventive health services, such as a yearly check-up or routine test because of the COST, or not? Yes, Yes, other Yes, self family member both (vol.) No DK/NA 12/5-8/ * 12/4-15/13 UNINS In the past five years, have you or someone in your household not filled a prescription, cut pills in half or skipped doses of medicine because of the COST, or not? Yes, Yes, other Yes, self family member both (vol.) No DK/NA 12/5-8/ * 12/4-15/13 UNINS In the past five years, did you or anyone in your immediate family have problems paying or were unable to pay any medical bills? Yes, Yes, other Yes, self family member both (vol.) No DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS IF YES: And how much of a financial impact did these medical bills have on your household a major impact, a minor impact, or no impact at all? N = 405 Major Minor No impact impact impact at all DK/NA 12/5-8/ * 12/4-15/13 UNINS * 69. Are you, yourself, now covered by any form of health insurance or health plan or do you not have health insurance at this time? A health plan would include any private insurance plan through your employer or a plan that you purchased yourself, as well as a government program like Medicare or Medicaid? Yes, covered Not covered DK/NA Signed up 12/5-8/ * * 12/4-15/13 UNINS

22 QUESTIONS INSURED ONLY N= Which of the following is your main source of health insurance coverage? Is it a plan through your employer, a plan through your spouse's employer, a plan you purchased yourself, are you covered by Medicare or Medicaid, some other government program, or do you get your health insurance from somewhere else? Employer plan Selfpurchased plan Other govt Medicare Medicaid program Other Parents Plan (vol.) DK/ NA 12/5-8/13 INS * 71. How satisfied are you with the cost of your health insurance? Are you very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied? AMONG PRIVATELY INSURED N = 527 Very Somewhat Somewhat Very satisfied satisfied dissatisfied dissatisfied DK/NA 12/5-8/13 INS In the last few months, did you receive any notice from your insurance company that your insurance plan was being cancelled or changed because it did not meet the minimum coverage requirements as required by the 2010 health care law, or not? AMONG PRIVATELY INSURED N = 527 Yes, received notice Did not receive notice DK/NA 12/5-8/13 INS QUESTIONS UNINSURED ONLY N= How long have you been uninsured? Less than six months, seven months to less than a year, one year to less than three years, or three years or more? Less than 7 months 1 3 More than DK/NA Six months to 1 year years 3 years 12/4-15/13 UNINS What is the MAIN reason you do not currently have health insurance? Is it MAINLY because 1. (The cost is too high), 2. (Your job does not provide it), 3. (You have a health condition that has prohibited you from getting insurance), 4. (You feel that you don t need it), 5. (You don t know how to get it), or is there some OTHER reason? (IF SOME OTHER REASON, ASK: What is that?) RESPONSES ROTATED 12/4-15/13 UNINS Cost is too high Job does not provide it Health condition Don t need it Don t know how to get it Unemployed/ Looking for work Other DK/NA

23 76. Do you think that obtaining health insurance would mostly (help) you financially, mostly (hurt) you financially, or have no effect? RESPONSES ROTATED Mostly Mostly Have no help hurt effect DK/NA 12/4-15/13 UNINS Do you think that obtaining health insurance would make your health better, make your health worse, or have no effect? RESPONSES ROTATED Better Worse Have no health health effect DK/NA 12/4-15/13 UNINS By the end of March 2014, Americans without health insurance will either have to get health insurance or pay a fine. Given what you know, would you say you are more likely to get health insurance or more likely to pay the fine? RESPONSES ROTATED Get insurance Pay the fine Depends Have already signed up DK/NA 12/4-15/13 UNINS Do you plan to get health insurance for 2014 through the federal health insurance exchange, a state health insurance exchange, through an employer, or through some other way? AMONG THOSE PLANNING TO GET INSURANCE N = 411 Federal State Some other exchange exchange Employer way Medicare/Medicaid DK/NA 12/4-15/13 UNINS What is the MAIN reason you will sign up (or have signed up) for health insurance? Is it because 1. The law requires it, 2. Health insurance is now more affordable, 3. You think health insurance is a good thing to have 4. You have a health condition and are now eligible to get health insurance, 5. Your employer is now offering it, or is there some other reason? RESPONSES ROTATED AMONG THOSE PLANNING TO GET INSURANCE OR SAY IT DEPENDS N = 429 Health condition & now Employer now offering Law Requires it Now more affordable Good to have eligible it Aging into Other Medicare DK/NA 12/4-15/13 UNINS * What is the MAIN reason you do not plan to get health insurance? Is it MAINLY because 1. You feel that you don t need it, 2. The cost is too high, 3. You don t know how to get it, or 4. (You object to the government requiring it, or is there some other reason? (IF SOME OTHER REASON, ASK: What is that?) RESPONSES ROTATED AMONG THOSE LIKELY TO PAY THE FINE N = 273 Don t need it Cost is too high Don t know how to get it Object to government requiring it Other Not Eligible (vol.) DK/NA 12/4-15/13 UNINS * * 23

24 Would you describe your health as excellent, good, only fair, or poor? Excellent Good Fair Poor DK/NA 12/5-8/ * 12/4-15/13 UNINS * Are you currently employed either full time or part time, are you temporarily out of work, or are you not in the market for work at all? Not in the Employed Temporarily out of work market for work Retired DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS * In general, the term 'pre-existing condition' is used by insurance companies to describe an illness or medical condition that a person had before they began looking for insurance. For example, if you were looking to buy health insurance but had a history of asthma, diabetes or high blood pressure, those would be considered pre-existing conditions, along with illnesses such as cancer. Given that definition, would you say that you or someone else in your household would be considered to have a 'pre-existing condition' of some sort, or not? Yes, pre-existing condition No DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Some people are registered to vote and others are not. Are you registered to vote in the precinct or election district where you now live, or aren't you? Yes No DK/NA 12/5-8/ * 12/4-15/13 UNINS Do you have any children? Yes, one or more child under 18 Yes, all over 18 No children 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Are you now married, widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never been married? Married Widowed Divorced Separated Never married DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS * 24

25 Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party movement, or not? Yes No DK/NA 4/5-12/ /20-24/10 CBS /9-12/10 CBS /20-24/10 CBS /10-14/ /21-26/ /7-10/10 CBS /29-12/2/10 CBS /11-14/11 CBS /18-21/11 CBS /15-20/ /24-28/ /2-3/ /10-15/ /19-24/ /12-17/12* /8-13/ /7-11/ /13-17/ /11-16/ /8-12/ /25-28/ /16-19/12 CBS /12-16/12 CBS /20-24/13 CBS /31-6/4/ /6-8/ /19-23/ /1-2/13 CBS /5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Some people think of themselves as evangelical or born again Christians. Do you ever think of yourself in either of these ways? Yes No DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS What is your religious preference today? Protestant Catholic Jewish Muslim Other None DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

26 Generally speaking, do you usually consider yourself a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what? Rep Dem Ind DK/NA Rep Dem Ind DK/NA 7/13-16/ /4-8/ /2-5/ /5-10/ /3-5/ /5-12/ /27-31/ /28-5/2/ /20-24/ /16-20/ /19-22/ /10-14/ /10-12/ /21-26/ /7-9/ /15-19/ /11-13/ /15-20/ /13-27/ /24-28/ /28-10/1/ /2-3/ /10-13/ /10-15/ /14-15/ /19-24/ /12-15/ /12-17/ /10-14/ /8-14/ /23-27/ /7-11/ /23-27/ /13-17/ /11-15/ /11-16/ /12-16/ /8-12/ /1-3/ /25-28/ /14-17/ /11-15/ /28-30/ /24-28/ /18-21/ /31-6/4/ /14-18/ /6-8/ /24-28/ /19-23/ /10-15/ /5-8/ /9-13/ /4-15/13 UNINS /2-6/ /20-25/ /4-8/ /21-25/ /17-21/ /15-19/ /5-8/ /27-31/ /24-27/ /7-11/ /20-24/ /18-23/ /9-17/ /20-22/ /4-8/ /5-9/ /9-12/ /20-24/ /28-4/2/ /25-29/ /1-3/ /7-14/ /15-20/ /12-16/ /21-24/ /10-13/ /19-22/ /25-29/ /11-15/ /18-22/ /1-5/ /22-26/ /12-16/ /24-28/ /19-23/ For trend going back further than 2002, please contact 26

27 How would you describe your views on most political matters? Generally, do you think of yourself as liberal, moderate, or conservative? Lib Mod Con DK/NA Lib Mod Con DK/NA 7/13-16/ /28-5/2/ /2-5/ /16-20/ /3-5/ /10-14/ /27-31/ /21-26/ /20-24/ /15-19/ /19-22/ /15-20/ /10-12/ /24-28/ /7-9/ /2-3/ /11-13/ /19-24/ /13-27/ /12-17/ /28-10/1/ /8-14/ /10-13/ /7-11/ /14-15/ /13-17/ /12-15/ /11-16/ /10-14/ /8-12/ /23-27/ /25-28/ /23-27/ /11-15/ /11-15/ /24-28/ /12-16/ /31-6/4/ /1-3/ /6-8/ /14-17/ /19-23/ /28-30/ /5-8/ /18-21/ /4-15/13 UNINS /14-18/ /24-28/ /10-15/ /9-13/ /2-6/ /20-25/ /4-8/ /21-25/ /17-21/ /15-19/ /5-8/ /27-31/ /24-27/ /7-11/ /20-24/ /18-23/ /9-17/ /20-22/ /4-8/ /5-9/ /9-12/ /20-24/ /28-4/2/ /25-29/ /1-3/ /7-14/ /15-20/ /12-16/ /21-24/ /10-13/ /19-22/ /25-29/ /11-15/ /18-22/ /1-5/ /22-26/ /12-16/ /24-28/ /19-23/ /4-8/ For trend going back further than 2002, please contact 27

28 How old are you? Over 64 DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS * What was the last grade in school you completed? Not a Some College H.S. grad H.S grad college grad Post Grad Refused 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS * Are you of Hispanic origin or descent, or not? Hispanic Not Hispanic DK/NA 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Are you white, black, Asian or some other race? White Black Asian Other Refused 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Was your total family income in 2012 UNDER or OVER $50,000? IF UNDER, ASK: Was it under $15,000, between $15,000 and $30,000, or between $30,000 and $50,000? IF OVER, ASK: Was it between $50,000 and $75,000 or between $75,000 and $100,000 or was it over $100,000? Under $15,000- $30,000- $50,000- $75,000- Over $15,000 $29,999 $49,999 $74,999 $100,000 $100,000 Refused 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS Male Female 12/5-8/ /4-15/13 UNINS

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