Despite fixes made to the health insurance marketplaces, two-thirds of Americans (66%) surveyed in mid-January say the opening has “not gone well” or worse, according to a new Associated Press-GfK survey. However, this is a 10% decrease from a December poll, which found 76% of Americans polled held such a view.

Just 4% rated the rollout as going “extremely/very well” and 17% as rated it as “somewhat well” in the polling period of Jan. 17-21. That compares with 3% reporting “extremely/very well” and 9% “somewhat well” Dec. 5-9, the survey of 1,060 adults found.

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