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See How Much Obamacare Prices Have Skyrocketed In Your State

- July 6, 2017

SINCE 2013, OBAMACARE MARKETPLACE PREMIUMS HAVE INCREASED NATIONWIDE BY AN AVERAGE OF 105 PERCENT

A Report Released By The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services Shows Premiums In The Healthcare.gov Individual Market Have Increased By An Average Of 105 Percent

39 States Participate In Healthcare.Gov Which Is Used To Enroll Individuals In Obamacare Health Insurance Exchanges. "The Trump administration late Friday blasted Obamacare as a failure after releasing final enrollment numbers for the federal health insurance exchange that were lower than the sign-up tally for 2016's open enrollment season. A total of 9.2 million Americans signed up for plans sold on HealthCare.gov, which serves 39 states, by the close of open enrollment on Tuesday, officials said." (Dan Mangan, "Obamacare Enrollment Drops In Face Of Trump Repeal Effort: More Than 9 Million People Signed Up On Federal Exchange," CNBC , 2/3/17)

According To The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services, The Average Monthly Cost Of Healthcare.gov Premiums In The Individual Market Have Increased By 105 Percent Since 2013. "Comparing the average premiums found in 2013 MLR data and 2017 CMS MIDAS data shows average exchange premiums were 105% higher in the 39 states using Healthcare.gov in 2017 than average individual market premiums in 2013." ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17)

Nationwide Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen As High As 223 Percent Since 2013

Since 2013, Alabama Experienced A Healthcare.gov Individual Premium Increase Of 223 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

Since 2013, Alaska Experienced A Healthcare.gov Individual Premium Increase Of 203 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

Since 2013, Oklahoma Experienced A Healthcare.gov Individual Premium Increase Of 201 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

Since 2013, Arizona Experienced A Healthcare.gov Individual Premium Increase Of 190 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

Since 2013, North Carolina Experienced A Healthcare.gov Individual Premium Increase Of 176 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

Since 2013, Tennessee Experienced A Healthcare.gov Individual Premium Increase Of 176 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

Senate Democrats Who Represent States That President Trump Won Have Experienced Devastating Hikes In Premium Costs Since 2013

In Florida, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 84 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In Indiana, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 74 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In Michigan, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 90 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In Missouri, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 145 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In Montana, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 133 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In North Dakota, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 44 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In Ohio, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 86 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In Pennsylvania, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 120 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In West Virginia, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 169 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)

In Wisconsin, Healthcare.gov Individual Market Premiums Have Risen By 93 Percent. ("Individual Market Premium Changes: 2013-2017," The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services , 5/23/17, p.4)


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