Tax Day may be the most dreaded day of the year for the American public.
Gallup reported on Monday that the uninsured rate in its Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey has reached 15.6% for adults, which is its lowest point since 2008. And while this may sound like good news, the trend shows that we have merely returned to where we were at the height of the financial crisis.
Four years after the Affordable Care Act, known more commonly as “Obamacare,” became law, Americans remain skeptical and frustrated with the law.
The contraception mandate is an issue where how the question is asked can dramatically change the answers respondents give.
Voters have begun to say they trust the Republican Party more than the Democratic Party when it come to handling economic issues.