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Source: Kaiser Family Foundation Analysis of data from Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation;
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Notes: Total enrollment counts may actually be slightly higher because enrollment data by age is not available for some Marketplace plans. Represents data on the number of individuals who have selected or have been automatically reenrolled into a 2016 Marketplace medical plan. Individuals who have cancelled or terminated their Marketplace plans are not included in the total number of plan selections. These data also do not include: standalone dental plan selections; or individuals who may have selected a 2015 Marketplace plan during the reporting period, as a result of having been eligible for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP). This table only reflects data for the individual market Marketplaces.

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