ObamaCare premiums will rise by an average of just 3.6 percent for next year according to a new analysis, a sign of stabilization in the law’s markets.
The analysis from the consulting firm Avalere and The Associated Press looked at 47 states where data was available and found that premium increases will be much lower for 2019 compared to the 30 percent increase on average in 2018.
In 41 states, the analysis finds premiums will either drop or rise by less than 10 percent next year. In 11 states, premiums will actually decrease. In six states plus Washington, D.C., premiums will rise between 10 percent and 18 percent.
Read more at The Hill.