Recent survey shows that health insurance penalty will not be enough to make consumers purchase health insurance.

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The tax penalty that will be imposed next year under the Affordable Care Act to encourage U.S. residents to purchase health insurance will be ineffective, according to a survey by Healthpocket. The survey found that only 8% of more than 1,000 respondents said that the $95 tax penalty would be enough to persuade them to purchase insurance.