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Don't knowHow many are subsidized?
The Medicaid signups are not included in the 6 million total. There are 6.5 million of Medicaid and CHIP signupsHow many are medicaid signups?
I believe that the initial projections were 40%, and are coming in at 25% through the exchange and at higher rates off the exchange. Insurers differ on the ratio needed with some saying 40% is not necessary for it to work.How many of those that do pay are young?
Young adults signing up at higher rates off Obamacare exchanges
Young Signups Key For ACA Success - Top News - InsuranceNewsNet.comSince Jan. 1, about 45 percent of those picking new health plans through eHealth were between 18 and 34 years old, the company says. By comparison, the all-important demographic accounted for 27 percent of signups on Obamacare exchanges the past couple of months. EHealth says its rate of youth enrollment has increased from 39 percent of signups between October and December.
But some insurers have said the 40 percent is on the high end for what is necessary to balance the pool. And after a slow start -- largely attributable to computer glitches that stalled enrollment at HealthCare.gov, the government website for enrollment -- sign-ups among young people have begun to accelerate.
Stunning new report undermines central GOP Obamacare claim
According to this report, only 10,000 will lose insurance due to ACA.
New York, Kentucky: FINALLY, clarity on the "Previously Uninsured" numbers! | ACASignups.net
f getting health coverage for the uninsured is the primary goal of Obamacare, then New York and Kentucky seem to be doing more than their fair share of that work.
In Kentucky, 75 percent of the nearly 65,000 people who enrolled in private Obamacare insurance sold on the state-run exchange were uninsured at the time they enrolled, according to questionnaires they filled out when they applied. And 75 percent of people who enrolled in Medicaid via the exchange likewise had been uninsured.
In New York, 59 percent of the nearly 343,000 private Obamacare plan enrollees reported being uninsured when they picked their plans. And 90 percent of the Medicaid enrollments via the state's exchange reported having been uninsured.ASSUMING this holds true nationally (and I'm not saying that it does), but if it does, that would mean that of the appx. 5.6 million people who should be enrolled in QHPs by now, around 3.5M of them did NOT already have insurance. If my final projection (currently at 6.2M, but this could change) holds true, then around 3.84M would be newly insured.
So, what about the remaining 2.36 million people? Well, most of those would indeed come out of the "OMG!! 5M CANCELLED POLICY!!" number. Another 1.3M kept their noncompliant policies via the grandfathering extension, and the remaining 1.34 million or so presumably went off-exchange.