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Out-of-Pocket Premium Analysis, Subsidized vs. Non-Subsidy Consumers (PDF)
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Aug. 4, 2014
"Across all metal levels, the average premium for an individual plan before subsidies were applied was $346 per month. After subsidies were applied, the average premium cost to the consumer was $82 per month.... Among shoppers who used subsidies: More than two-thirds (69%) of individual shoppers selected plans with premiums of $100 or less per month after subsidies were applied; nearly half (46%) had premiums of $50 or less. Among shoppers without subsidies: More than six-in-ten (61%) individual shoppers selected health insurance plans with monthly premiums of $200 or more."

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