MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- For the third year since 2015, HealthPocket®
For consumers buying insurance on a government exchange, 83 percent of enrollees had incomes that qualified for premium subsidies. The average 2017 premium on Healthcare.Gov after subsidies were applied was $106. However, prices for the unsubsidized are quite different. For example, below are the average 2017 premiums across the nation for a 40 year-old nonsmoker for each of the four standard "Obamacare" plans:
Before subsidies were applied, the average premium for enrollees on Healthcare.Gov in 2017 was $489.
The very different financial obligations between the unsubsidized and the subsidized are among the forces that contribute to substantially different perspectives on the Affordable Care Act across the nation.
In the case of the 2017 survey, $100 or less was more than twice as common as the second most popular answer, "$200 a month." The $200 price ceiling accounted for only 19 percent of respondents. Interestingly, the third most popular response was the most expensive option, "Over $500 a month." Nearly 11 percent of respondents indicated that they could afford this premium expense. The remaining answers ($300, $400, $500) each were chosen by less than 10 percent of respondents.
The full findings as well as the report methodology can be reviewed at "Survey: $100 a Month Remains The Maximum Health Insurance Premium Most Americans Can Afford."
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