According to a new Gallup poll, about 5 percent of Americans who were uninsured last year got coverage in 2014, and more than half of those gained coverage through the exchange. Young adults were the largest group out of the general population to gain coverage. According to a different survey released by the Kaiser Family Foundation, about 57 percent of those who bought exchange plans had previously been uninsured. Gallup surveyors concluded that the government “may have to intensify its current outreach strategies to motivate resistant citizens to enroll” due to the fact that there are still millions of Americans who remain uninsured.
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