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State-by-state Obamacare application & enrollment figures

 

State Name 

Total Number of 

Completed 

Applications 

(2) 

Total Individuals Applying for Coverage in Completed Applications 

(3) 

Number of Individuals Determined Eligible to Enroll in a Marketplace Plan 

Determined or Assessed Eligible for Medicaid / CHIP by the Marketplace 

(6) 

Pending/ Other 

(7) 

Number of Individuals Who Have Selected a Marketplace Plan (8) 

Total Eligible to Enroll in a Marketplace Plan 

(4) 

Eligible to Enroll in a Marketplace Plan with Financial Assistance 

(5) 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

Number 

States Implementing Their Own Marketplaces (SBMs) 

California (9) 

105,782 

192,489 

93,663 

N/A 

79,519 

19,307 

35,364 

Colorado (10) 

20,492 

45,575 

36,335 

8,742 

N/A 

9,240 

3,736 

Connecticut 

12,337 

18,815 

12,325 

6,807 

6,490 

4,418 

District Of Columbia (11) 

2,541 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

Hawaii (12) 

1,754 

2,379 

1,156 

N/A 

N/A 

1,223 

N/A 

Kentucky 

50,279 

76,294 

39,207 

13,201 

28,676 

8,411 

5,586 

Maryland 

10,917 

N/A 

3,498 

2,638 

5,923 

N/A 

1,284 

Massachusetts (13) 

14,413 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

N/A 

Minnesota (14) 

15,268 

31,447 

21,532 

6,759 

9,166 

749 

1,774 

Nevada 

9,186 

14,819 

N/A 

N/A 

5,710 

9,109 

1,217 

New York 

N/A 

N/A 

134,897 

34,267 

23,902 

N/A 

16,404 

Oregon (15) 

8,752 

N/A 

190 

N/A 

425 

N/A 

N/A 

Rhode Island 

6,670 

9,581 

3,326 

2,086 

3,447 

2,808 

1,192 

Vermont 

3,242 

5,540 

3,341 

1,078 

1,411 

788 

1,325 

Washington (16) 

64,990 

119,309 

29,503 

13,375 

48,196 

41,610 

7,091 

SBM Subtotal 

326,623 

516,248 

378,973 

88,953 

212,865 

93,245 

79,391 

States With Marketplaces that are Supported by or Fully-Run by HHS (FFM) 

Idaho (17) 

4,753 

10,573 

7,733 

3,305 

1,597 

1,243 

338 

New Mexico (17,18) 

4,055 

7,529 

4,249 

1,549 

3,552 

N/A 

172 

Alabama 

10,573 

20,840 

14,696 

4,910 

2,262 

3,882 

624 

Alaska 

1,253 

2,203 

1,606 

598 

368 

229 

53 

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