The next phase of the Affordable Care Act arrives tomorrow. The long anticipated health insurance exchanges will go live, allowing residents in every state to shop for health insurance in online marketplaces.
According to the Obama administration, the competition these exchanges create will drive down consumer prices.
But the American public remains unconvinced the Affordable Care Act is a "good idea."
Dante Chinni is the director of the American Communities Project at American University. He mined the data for us and found that even among America's uninsured there is a great deal of apprehension about the law.