CNN: Blame Insurance Companies for Lack of Young People Enrolled in ObamaCare

‘Insurance companies might say, hold on a minute; you didn’t give us as many young people as you said you would’

CNN: ObamaCare Sign-ups 'Good'; Blames Insurance Industry For Lack of Young Adults (NewsBusters)

On Tuesday's New Day, CNN's Chris Cuomo and Elizabeth Cohen applauded the 2.2 million reported enrollments in ObamaCare as "good," but also lamented that only 25 percent of the sign-ups are young adults. The Obama administration had hoped that 40 percent of the enrollees would fall in the 18 to 34-year-old age group.

Cuomo and Cohen pointed the finger entirely at insurance companies for this low figure and the resulting higher health insurance premiums:

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