That finding is higher than the 28% who are uninsured who recently told Gallup they’d pay the tax instead of buying coverage.
The results also found widespread confusion about the mandate tax. Overall, the findings have implications for health reform, as the White House is pressing people to sign up.
Princeton also found 65% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 would buy health insurance versus 57% of Americans 30 and older.
“One of the key questions surrounding the Affordable Care Act is whether or not young Americans – especially healthy young Americans – will sign up for health insurance,” Laura Adams, insuranceQuotes.com’s senior analyst said in a statement.