Obamacare: Who Was Helped Most

October 29, 2014 Civis Analytics

“Now a large set of data “” from Enroll America, the group trying to sign up people for the program, and from the data firm Civis Analytics “” is allowing a much clearer picture. The data shows that the law has done something rather unusual in the American economy this century: It has pushed back against inequality, essentially redistributing income “” in the form of health insurance or insurance subsidies “” to many of the groups that have fared poorly over the last few decades.”

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