Progress in reducing the number of people without health insurance in the U.S. appears to be losing momentum.

FOX's Jon Decker has more from the White House:

Although the Affordable Care Act has reduced the nation's uninsured rate to a historic low, six years after the law passed, about 29 million people are still uninsured.

A just released survey by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation found that consumers getting coverage through the ACA were split about whether they were getting their money's worth, a change from previous years when a majority said they were getting a good deal.

Rising premiums and dwindling choices on the healthcare exchanges have made ObamaCare a major campaign issue, with Hillary Clinton vowing to expand the law and Donald Trump promising to repeal and replace it.

At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.