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California poll shows young and healthy more likely to seek medical insurance
The Mercury News

They’ve been dubbed the “young invincibles,” people in their 20s and 30s who must sign up for medical insurance in droves to ensure the success of the new health care law.

But a new California poll indicates that perhaps they should be called the “young convincibles.”

The startling finding by the Public Policy Institute of California says that young and healthy people are overwhelmingly more likely to seek health insurance than older and sicker people.