Nearly two-thirds of younger Americans expect their health insurance premiums to rise because of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a new survey.

The majority (64 percent) of the 801 Americans age 18-41 surveyed by the American Action Forum think their premiums will increase, while only 9 percent believe their premiums will fall and 17 percent think their costs will stay the same.

Respondents who have health coverage through their parent's health plan and said they would stay on their parent's health plan in 2014 were excluded from the conservative policy institute's survey.

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