Their problems and and the problem of ObamaCare is a crisis in confidence in the credibility, competence, and substance of ObamaCare implementation.
These problems are manifested'by:
-- the cliff-hanger governor’s election of Terry McAuliffe, originally thought to be a runaway. lclose largely because of ObamaCare's stumbles ;
--the uncertain time line for the healthcare.gov fix;
--slow signup rates for the health exchanges, which are projected now to be 800,000 rather than the original estimate of 2.4 million at the end of November;
--the current , cascading4 million insurance cancellations, which may reach 10 million by January;
-- early returns from state run exchanges, indicating that 85%-90% of those signing up are enrolling in Medicaid rather than those choosing private plans who were expected to finance Obamacare expansion;
---the young and healthy not enrolling while the older and sicker are (the average age of those picking plans is now over 50, with the greatest number in the 55 to 64 age group.
No matter what has arrived in spades, as their plans are being dropped, as they can't get on healthcare.gov, can't compare rates before giving out personal information, or they see their premiums and deductibles rise.