Thursday, October 03, 2013

We interrupt your regularly scheduled media whitewash with lesson in basic news gathering

Lost in the hoopla about ObamaCare starting on Tuesday was real information about consumer reaction. Data released by various states seemed to show some interest in details about available health plans, but pretty low conversion into actual completed applications.

But that's as far as the reporting went. There remains nothing substantial in the media about ObamaCare costs for consumers, though we have tried to get them to examine what is now available to everyone.

So how is the public really responding to this? Are they actually buying it? What are they buying and why?

Can't find out if you don't ask, so we asked: