Hereon, we variously refer to ObamaCare as "OC," "O-care," or the "Affordable Care Act (ACA)." Some sites refer to it as the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" (PPACA).
Hereon, we track the ObamaCare (OC) debacle through social media (SM) and other Internet resources.
In late 2013, after millions of happily insured individuals had their insurance policies cancelled (by ObamaCare), these angry, aggrieved people were tweeting noisily about the injustice foisted upon them. But after mid-December, the Tweets that contained the term "cancelled policy" declined sharply, and that traffic still has not recovered -- yet. Will such traffic ever recover? Well, perhaps, when millions of more policies are cancelled over the next 14 months.
On the other hand, consider what happened in November, 2013, in the midst of those cancellations. At that time, almost nobody was using Google to search for the term "cancelled policy." See this second chart from Google trends: