Karen Steward, messaging director at Public Notice, joins Alice Stewart to discuss a new poll released by Public Notice that shows Americans reject more spending in the budget deal.
On Tuesday, President Obama launched a three-week public relations campaign aimed at highlighting the benefits of his healthcare law. With weeks of bad press surrounding Healthcare.gov, the administration is attempting to refocus the public’s attention and encourage more young and healthy people to sign up.
In the scramble to defend the botched rollout and implementation of Obamacare and deflect criticism away from the White House, the Obama administration seems to be making a surprisingly compelling argument as to why the federal government shouldn’t be so involved in healthcare in the first place.
On Tuesday the White House, along with Congressional Democrats, kicked off yet another campaign to promote the Affordable Care Act that will highlight individuals that have benefited from the law.
It’s no secret that the success of the new health care law depends in large part on the participation of young people. However, recent polls show that young people are increasingly sour toward the health care law – even if they are behind in learning about it.