Although the administration has been adamant the exchanges under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act are working better now a few months in, consumers are telling a different story.

Fifty-nine percent of uninsured Americans reported having a negative experience with the new health exchanges in December, according to the latest Gallup numbers. Comparatively, 39 percent said they had a positive experience.

Only 7 percent reported a "very positive" experience, while 29 percent had a "very negative" experience.

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