The Obamacare exchanges are going live soon, and they will be far more popular than any other part of the health care law.
According to a new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation, some of the biggest winners are the health insurance companies.
The biggest gains for insurers are in rural areas, which are disproportionately populated by low-income people.
“Obamacare has been a success,” said Mark Rosenberg, president of the Kaiser Foundation.
“It’s made it easier for low- and middle-income Americans to obtain affordable coverage.”
The report found that the exchanges were the best place to buy health insurance, with the largest percentage of customers obtaining insurance in the top 25 percent of income earners.
The data was collected by comparing insurance rates across the states in the United States.
Here are the 10 states with the biggest gains in Obamacare: 1.
Iowa, $6,300 increase in 2016, average $5,800 2.
Nebraska, $7,700 increase in 2018, average at $7.60 per month 3.
New York, $8,700 jump in 2020, average price of $6.30 per month 4.
Illinois, $9,000 increase in 2020 and average $7 per month 5.
Indiana, $10,700 in 2020.
Average price at $9.50 per month.
North Dakota, $11,100 increase in 2017, average of $9 per month 7.
Texas, $12,000 in 2020 8.
Montana, $14,100 in 2018 9.
Kansas, $15,100 average of about $12 per month 10.
Kentucky, $17,000 average of around $14 per month