Obamacare: Why People Say They Won't Sign Up
The deadline for the President's health care law is less than two weeks away, March 31st, but a new survey shows one in three uninsured Americans don't plan on buying health insurance.
According to the Bankrate study, many of those polled say insurance is too expensive for them, despite the threat of a penalty for not signing up.
According to the Obama Administration, more than 5 million people have signed up for private health insurance under the new health care law, so far.
That still leaves about 1 million to go over the next two weeks for the White House to meet its latest goal of 6 million enrolled by March 31st.
Covered California has one million enrollments.