A new study says Americans 18 to 34 may come off better by paying the penalty under Obamacare instead of getting on exchanges.
But will those young Americans do so?
The penalty for 2014 is either $95 or one percent of your income, whichever is greater.
When you factor in the premium costs plus the penalty, Dr. David Hogberg of the National Center for Public Policy Research says millions of single and childless Americans 18 to 34 will have an incentive to merely pay the fine and move on.
Still, when you consider that many Americans 18 to 29 supported President Obama in the last two elections, will they pay the fine...?