Despite aggressive and expensive Obamacare recruitment efforts, new data released by the Kaiser Family Foundation reveal that just 28% of Americans eligible for taxpayer-funded subsidies have chosen to enroll in the unpopular Obamacare program.
In fact, just three states–Rhode Island, California, and Vermont–have enrolled over 40% of those eligible for Obamacare subsidies. Indeed, in 29 states and the District of Columbia, fewer than 85,000 people per state selected an Obamacare plan.
The new numbers come as the Obama administration admitted on Thursday that its much-touted eight million enrollment figure was inflated. The real number, the administration now claims, is actually 7.3 million.
Despite years of promotion by the Obama White House, President Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement remains unpopular. According to the RealClearPolitics average of polls, just 41% of Americans support Obamacare.