The uninsured rate among those 16 to 64 has fallen to 15.5% from 20.8% during 2014, Gallup says. Since there are about 200 million Americans in that demographic, the figure implies that Obamacare brought new insurance to nearly 11 million Americans. And that doesn’t include the further increases due from signups for 2015. But, when it comes to the Affordable Care Act, you have two choices about what to believe. You can go with statistics from Gallup, which indicate that the law has increased the number of Americans with health insurance by more than 10 million. Or you can go with House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), who states that the law is “beyond repair” according to a recent op-ed piece in the Los Angeles Times.