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People wait to buy health insurance with the help of City of Houston application counselors at a service center in Houston on Monday, March 31. (AP Photo/Michael Stravato)

A change to the Census Bureau survey could affect how they measure the uninsured — and that could impact, and complicate, how the effects of Obamacare are measured.

The new questionnaire — being conducted this month — includes a “total revision” to questions about health insurance, just as analysts are trying to get solid data on how well the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is working.

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