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Are Young People Better Off Being Uninsured?
John Goodman's Health Policy Blog Link to more items from this source
Feb. 5, 2014
"In 2014, 86 percent of young people would be better off opting out. As the penalty rises, that number will drop, down to 66 percent in 2019. By reducing the sample down to only those households who had medical expenditures in 2011, the study determined that 72 percent of those young adult households would be better off opting out of health coverage, with that number dropping to 59 percent in 2019."

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