A lot of people have "fake views" on Obamacare — and/or the Affordable Care Act.
More than one out of every three Americans incorrectly believes that Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act are different laws, or say they don't know whether they're the same or different, a new poll finds.
The Morning Consult survey comes as Republicans in Congress and President Donald Trump are pushing to repeal the ACA — which is in fact the same thing as Obamacare.
Seventeen percent of respondents to the poll said they believed the ACA and Obamacare were different things.
Another 18 percent didn't know if they were different.
"This confusion was most pronounced among people 18 to 29 and those who earn less than $50,000 — two groups that could be significantly affected by repeal," Morning Consult co-founder Kyle Dropp and Dartmouth College professor Brendan Nyhan wrote in a New York Times column summarizing the results.