State breakdown of health insurance subsidies

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Posted: Mar 10, 2015 4:16 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) — The government will pay an estimated $24 billion in health insurance subsidies this year in 37 states where consumers get coverage through the federal HealthCare.gov online marketplace. Those subsidies are at issue in a Supreme Court case that challenges whether consumers in federal marketplace states are eligible to receive them.

State Number receiving subsidies Average annual subsidy State's annual subsidy total
Alabama 152,760 $3,192 $487,609,920
Alaska 19,134 $6,408 $122,610,672
Arizona 156,306 $1,860 $290,729,160
Arkansas 57,802 $3,360 $194,214,720
Delaware 21,030 $3,168 $66,623,040
Florida 1,484,555 $3,528 $5,237,510,040
Georgia 486,972 $3,276 $1,595,320,272
Illinois 272,600 $2,496 $680,409,600
Indiana 192,883 $3,828 $738,356,124
Iowa 38,839 $3,120 $121,177,680
Kansas 76,958 $2,532 $194,857,656
Louisiana 165,787 $3,828 $634,632,636
Maine 66,576 $3,984 $265,238,784
Michigan 300,241 $2,832 $850,282,512
Mississippi 98,266 $4,236 $416,254,776
Missouri 223,018 $3,372 $752,016,696
Montana 46,126 $2,760 $127,307,760
Nebraska 65,254 $3,000 $195,762,000
Nevada 65,500 $2,904 $190,212,000
New Hampshire 37,634 $2,928 $110,192,352
New Jersey 211,082 $3,672 $775,093,104
New Mexico 39,792 $2,352 $93,590,784
North Carolina 515,528 $3,780 $1,948,695,840
North Dakota 15,627 $2,736 $42,755,472
Ohio 196,846 $2,928 $576,365,088
Oklahoma 102,153 $2,472 $252,522,216
Oregon 88,499 $2,376 $210,273,624
Pennsylvania 382,885 $2,712 $1,038,384,120
South Carolina 185,091 $3,336 $617,463,576
South Dakota 18,826 $2,736 $51,507,936
Tennessee 192,095 $2,556 $490,994,820
Texas 1,036,450 $2,868 $2,972,538,600
Utah 123,739 $1,908 $236,094,012
Virginia 323,529 $3,108 $1,005,528,132
West Virginia 28,742 $3,732 $107,265,144
Wisconsin 186,614 $3,780 $705,400,920
Wyoming 19,194 $5,040 $96,737,760
U.S. Total 7,694,933 $24,492,529,548