If the Obama administration wants the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to be a success, it may want to do a better job marketing it to Latinos.

A new poll of Latinos/Hispanics from impreMedia-Latino Decisions, commissioned by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Center for Health Policy, found that most respondents do not understand health reform and most don't think the administration has done a good job selling it to them.

That's despite the fact that nearly 35 percent of the uninsured are Latinos.

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