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Though the Obama administration has been busy touting the 8 million new enrollees in PPACA plans, it seems the public is not impressed, with more than seven in 10 Americans saying Obamacare has failed to have a positive impact on the country.

According to a survey from Bankrate, 43 percent of respondents said they believe the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has had a primarily negative effect on the U.S., while 21 percent said PPACA has not had much effect on the country. Another 28 percent said the law has had a mostly positive impact on the country, according to the survey, which questioned 1,000 adults.

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