For years, liberals have maintained that ObamaCare’s popularity would soar as the benefits kicked in.

And yet, year after year, the popularity of ObamaCare remains underwater.

The latest poll shows that nearly twice as many people feel harmed by ObamaCare, rather than having benefited from Obama’s socialist scheme.

The Hill reports:

Just 15 percent of people say they have personally benefited from ObamaCare, although more than one-third believe it has helped the people of their state, according to a poll released Monday.

Most Americans — a total of 56 percent — say they haven’t felt directly affected by the Affordable Care Act. Among those who have felt affected, more people say the law has hurt them more than helped them, according to polling by National Public Radio and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Twenty-six percent of U.S. adults say they have been personally harmed by the healthcare law since its passage — a fraction that likely reflects those in the poll who said they have noticed rising healthcare costs in the last several years. 

And while the majority of adults said they believed their healthcare costs were “reasonable,” many said those costs were becoming less affordable over time.

The mixed views, found by polling 1,002 people nationally, reflect the polarization in the country on ObamaCare and healthcare generally.

American Patriot Daily has reported that ObamaCare is near bankruptcy.

Nearly one million Americans have faced disruptions in coverage with either dropped or altered insurance plans.

And insurers are ringing alarm bells that the ObamaCare exchanges are on the verge of bankruptcy.

As everyone warned before the bill was passed, those most likely to take advantage of ObamaCare would be older and sicker Americans.

A higher risk pool of customers would drive up prices as the demand for services increased.

That’s why insurance premiums are skyrocketing across the nation.

Fox Business reports:

The average price of healthcare premiums under the Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, will rise by an average of 12.56% nationally in 2016, according to new data released this week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The higher premiums exceed the 7.5% average increase the Obama administration has highlighted for the Silver plan for states using the federal healthcare.gov exchange.

Premiums for the popular Silver-level plans will jump an average of 11.3% for 2016, up from an average $267 per month to $296. Alaska residents will see the steepest average premium increases for Silver plan coverage, according to the data, with monthly costs rising 35.6%, or $169 per month. Mississippi, meanwhile, leads among a handful of states that will see premium decreases. The average premium cost in Mississippi will drop by 7.1%, or $20 per month.

Increased premiums.

Decreased coverage.

Dropped plans.

The most shocking results of the poll were that a margin of only 2 to 1 Americans reported they were harmed by ObamaCare.