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New Documents Show That The Number Of ObamaCare Enrollees Was “Embarrassingly” Low

- November 1, 2013

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 Recently Released Documents Show That Enrollee Numbers Through The ObamaCare Exchange Was "Very Small." "For 31 days now, the Obama administration has been telling us that Americans by the millions are visiting the new health insurance website, despite all its problems. But no one in the administration has been willing to tell us how many policies have been purchased, and this may be the reason: CBS News has learned the number is very small." (Sharyl Attkisson, "ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Very Small, Documents Show," CBS News, 10/31/13)

In ObamaCare's First 24 Hours, Only Six People Enrolled For Health Care. "The website launched on a Tuesday. Publicly, the government said there were 4.7 million unique visits in the first 24 hours. But at a meeting Wednesday morning, the war room notes say 'six enrollments have occurred so far.'" (Sharyl Attkisson, "ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Very Small, Documents Show," CBS News, 10/31/13)

  • Only 248 People Were Able To Sign Up For ObamaCare In Its First 48 Hours. "By Wednesday afternoon, enrollments were up to 'approximately 100.' By the end of Wednesday, the notes reflect '248 enrollments' nationwide." (Sharyl Attkisson, "ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Very Small, Documents Show," CBS News, 10/31/13)

Time Headline: "ObamaCare Early Enrollment Numbers Embarrassingly Small" (Charlotte Alter, "ObamaCare Early Enrollment Numbers Embarrassingly Small," Time, 10/31/13)

The Numbers Fall Short Of 39,000 Enrollees A Day To Meet The Administrations Goal Of Seven Million Enrollees. "The health care exchanges need to average 39,000 enrollees a day to meet the goal of seven million by March 1." (Sharyl Attkisson, "ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Very Small, Documents Show," CBS News, 10/31/13)

The Low Numbers Might Explain The Unwillingness Of The Administration To Provide ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers

"The Obama Administration Has Said It Cannot Provide Enrollment Figures From Healthcare.Gov Because It Doesn't Have The Numbers." (Susan Cromwell and David Morgan, "Enrollment In ObamaCare Very Small In First Days: Documents," Reuters, 10/31/13)

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But The Administration Is Informed Of The Enrollment Numbers "Twice-A-Day." "Early enrollment figures are contained in notes from twice-a-day 'war room' meetings convened within the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services after the website failed on Oct. 1." (Sharyl Attkisson, "ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Very Small, Documents Show,"CBS News, 10/31/13)

  • The Notes Leave No Doubt That Some Enrollment Figures … Are Available." "The notes leave no doubt that some enrollment figures, which the administration has chosen to keep secret, are available." (Sharyl Attkisson, "ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Very Small, Documents Show," CBS News, 10/31/13)

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