By Nick Tabor, New Era Senior Staff Writer
Among western Kentuckians polled late last year, only one in four said they had enough information about the Affordable Care Act to understand how it would affect them personally.
But a much larger ratio had opinions about the law.
Forty percent said they had a “generally unfavorable” opinion of the law, and 34 percent had a “generally favorable” opinion, according to the Kentucky Health Issues Poll. The remaining 26 percent expressed no opinion.