Well, that's better than the last survey, in which 9% of bosses said they'd drop coverage.
That July study from Deloitte said 9% of employers expected to stop offering insurance in the next one to three years, because they found the Affordable Care Act so financially burdensome.
The present poll from Mercer, as reported by the Los Angeles Times, asked bosses specifically about the influence of health insurance exchanges mandated by the ACA, and got 6% who said they were "likely" to stop covering employees when the exchanges start up in 2014, says the Times. The Times also says 60% of respondents expect to have added expenses due to the ACA.
They don't say whether Papa John's was included in the survey.