Posted on August 12, 2014

Business Insider: “ObamaCare exchange statistics should clear up any doubt as to why the Obama Administration has been tight-lipped about enrollment since celebrating 8 million sign-ups in mid-April. Reality, evidence suggests, could require quite a come-down from those lofty claims.”

The nation’s third-largest health insurer had 720,000 people sign up for exchange coverage as of May 20, a spokesman confirmed to IBD. At the end of June, it had fewer than 600,000 paying customers. Aetna expects that to fall to “just over 500,000” by the end of the year.”

Aetna is available in 16 states and is one of ObamaCare’s biggest carriers. Others expect a similar drop in enrollment.


Business Insider: ObamaCare Enrollment Is Shrinking, Top Insurers Say



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