New Study Confirms: ObamaCare Exchanges Mean Less Choice, Higher Prices for Health Insurance

The ObamaCare exchanges have reduced the choice of and increased the price of insurance polices when compared to what existed in 2013 on the individual market, says a just-released study.

The ObamaCare exchanges have reduced the choice of and increased the price of insurance polices when compared to what existed in 2013 on the individual market, says a just-released study "ObamaCare Exchanges: Less Choice, Higher Prices."

The study was written for the National Center for Public Policy Research by David Hogberg, Ph.D., senior fellow for health care policy at the National Center, and released today.

"ObamaCare supporters, including the president himself and Nancy Pelosi, claimed the exchanges would yield more choice and lower prices," said Dr. Hogberg. "This study shows those claims do not stand up."

"This study compares the options available for a 27-year-old single person and a 57-year-old couple in metropolitan areas across 45 states," said Dr. Hogberg. "In general, consumers had substantially more policies to choose from on private websites such as eHealthinsurance.com and Finder.healthcare.gov than they presently have on the exchanges."

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Source: The National Center for Public Policy Research