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Mapping the Effects of the ACA’s Health Insurance Coverage Expansions

Who Benefits from the Affordable Care Act Coverage Expansions?

Percentage of the Nonelderly Population With Income Up to Four Times the Poverty level
Who Were Uninsured or Purchasing Individual Coverage, 2010

The Affordable Care Act includes several provisions that allow many individuals across the U.S. to be eligible for Medicaid or for federal tax credits to subsidize the cost of insurance. The analysis below and zip code tool estimate the share of the population in geographic areas across the U.S. who had family income up to four times the poverty level in 2010 and were either uninsured or buying coverage on their own.

See How Many Could Benefit in Your Area

Starting in 2014, most people who are uninsured or buying individual insurance with incomes up to four times the poverty level ($92,200 for a family of four and $44,680 for a single person in 2012) will be eligible for expanded coverage through Medicaid or tax credits to subsidize the cost of private insurance. See what share of the population might be helped in this way in a specific zip code.

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Source: Kaiser Family Foundation Analysis of the IPUMS American Community Survey, 2010.

Source: Kaiser Family Foundation Analysis of the IPUMS American Community Survey, 2010.

 

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