The Obama Administration has been struggling to get younger people interested so the president is trying a new tactic.
Some are calling it smart, others are calling it desperation, but the President’s appearance on an offbeat online spoof of public access cable-tv talk shows with Zach Galifianakis, proves one thing — he’s willing to go to great lengths to secure crucial demographic balance in the health care sign-up pool.
He wasn’t just there to trade quips, it’s all to fix a problem that could undermine Obamacare’s financial stability – the lack of enough younger, healthy subscribers to pay the freight for older, sicker enrollees.
Prior efforts to spur younger sign ups just haven’t gotten it done.
But what about the target audience, young adults more likely to watch an online video than read a newspaper? Does Obama’s comedic skit make a difference in the long run?
“In order to get the idea out there, I think its very effective "
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