Despite the Affordable Care Act exceeding its enrollment goals, Americans’ view on the law remains unchanged and a majority believe enrollment fell short of expectations.

A monthly tracking poll of 1,504 adults conducted April 15-21 — after open enrollment closed — by Kaiser Health Tracking Poll found that 54% believe enrollment fell short of the government’s expectations, while 21% believe it met expectations. Further, just 43% were able to identify that almost 8 million people have signed up for coverage.

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