Most Accurate and Most Inaccurate Statements of the Day Awards

September 9, 2017

Ezra Klein wins BOTH AWARDS for statements in a single article about ObamaCare. Most Accurate Statement of the Day Award winner:

For most Americans, the dominant emotion is confusion. According to the Kaiser poll, “confused” outranks “angry,” “anxious” and “enthusiastic” as a descriptor. At 53 percent, it commands an easy majority — and I’d guess that’s a low estimate.

Most Inaccurate Statement of the Day Award winner:

If you obtain insurance from your employer, Medicare, Medicaid or the veterans system — and that describes most Americans — you probably won’t notice the legislation at all.