20 states with most, least expensive 2022 monthly average premiums

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A report from valuepenguin.com anticipates that the 2022 national average for health insurance premiums will be up one percent to $541 monthly. 

Here are the 20 states with the most and least expensive average monthly premiums for 2022:

1. West Virginia: $831 (53.72 percent above the national average)
2. South Dakota: $811 (50.02 percent above the national average)
3. Wyoming: $764 (41.32 percent above the national average)
4. Vermont: $760 (40.58 percent above the national average)
5. Louisiana: $728 (34.67 percent above the national average)
6. Alaska : $715 (32.26 percent above the national average)
7. New York: $713 (31.89 percent above the national average)
8. Nebraska: $685 (26.71 percent above the national average)
9. Oklahoma: $635 (17.46 percent above the national average)
10. North Carolina: $634 (17.28 percent above the national average)
11. South Carolina: $436 (19.35 percent below the national average)
12. Indiana: $433: (19.90 percent below the national average)
13. Arkansas: $419 (22.49 percent below the national average)
14. Rhode Island: (23.60 percent below the national average)
15. Michigan: $410 (24.16 percent below the national average)
16. Colorado: $409 (24.34 percent below the national average)
17. Minnesota: $389 (28.04 percent below the national average)
18. Maryland: $365 (32.48 percent below the national average)
19. New Hampshire: $360 (33.41 percent below the national average)
20. Georgia: $309 (42.84 percent below the national average)

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