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ACA Enrollment Hits 2.2 Million, State-by-State Breakdowns Issued

A report issued by the Obama administration on Jan. 13 reveals that nearly 2.2 million people chose a health insurance plan through the Affordable Care Act exchanges through Dec. 28...
January 15, 2014

A report issued by the Obama administration on Jan. 13 reveals that nearly 2.2 million people chose a health insurance plan through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges through Dec. 28. Individuals between the ages of 45 and 64 accounted for 55 percent of those using the exchanges to obtain coverage – with 55- to 64-year-olds accounting for 33 percent – while young adults ages 18 to 34 accounted for just 24 percent. Close to 80 percent of enrollees qualified for federal subsidies to lower their premiums. The report also shows that 60 percent signed up for silver plans, 20 percent for bronze plans, 13 percent for gold plans and 7 percent for platinum plans. Of the total number of enrollees, 56 percent bought coverage through the federal exchange and 44 percent through the state exchanges.

This infographic has a state-by-state breakdown of all ACA enrollments for all 50 states.

Older Pool of ACA Enrollees a Concern (New York Times 1/13/14)

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