How Obamacare has fared in each state

A lot of ink has been spilled on the troubled rollout of the president’s landmark health-care law, but contextualizing it has been difficult (if not downright confusing). Earlier this week, our graphics department colleague Kennedy Elliott put together an easy-to-read table documenting how Obamacare has fared in each state, so we thought we’d make some charts. All data is as of Nov. 2. Check out the charts below.

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*The pending/other data were unavailable for the states listed below. There was no data for D.C. and Massachusetts.

State Eligible for a marketplace plan Eligible for Medicaid/CHIP
Oregon 190 425
New Mexico 4,249 3,552
Maryland 3,498 5,923
Connecticut 12,325 6,490
New York 134,897 23,902
Washington 129,863 23,584

 

Niraj Chokshi reports for GovBeat, The Post's state and local policy blog.

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