How each state's ACA premium rate is changing in 2021

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Premiums for insurance plans offered under the Affordable Care Act are poised to remain stable in 2021, according to ACASignups.net.

Premium rates increased steeply each year following the Affordable Care Act's enactment in 2010, until they stabilized in 2018. The approved rates for all 50 states in 2020 dropped by an average of 1.09 percent from 2019. 

Below are the 50 states and Washington, D.C., ranked by how their ACA premium rate is changing in 2021:

  1. Indiana: 10.5 percent increase

  2. Kansas: 7.8 percent increase

  3. Texas: 7.4 percent increase

  4. Massachusetts: 7 percent increase

  5. Louisiana: 6.9 percent increase

  6. Nebraska: 5.4 percent increase

  7. Alabama: 5.1 percent increase

  8. Tennessee: 5 percent increase

  9. Kentucky: 5 percent increase

  10. Nevada: 4.9 percent increase

  11. West Virginia: 4.8 percent increase

  12. Georgia: 4.8 percent increase

  13. Missouri: 4.7 percent increase

  14. Rhode Island: 4.2 percent increase

  15. New Jersey: 4.1 percent increase

  16. North Carolina: 4 percent increase

  17. Vermont: 3.5 percent increase

  18. Arkansas: 3.1 percent increase

  19. Florida: 3.1 percent increase

  20. North Dakota: 3percent increase

  21. Mississippi: 2.7 percent increase

  22. South Dakota: 2.6 percent increase

  23. Oregon: 2.1 percent increase

  24. New York: 2.8 percent increase

  25. Montana: 1.4 percent increase

  26. Idaho: 1.2 percent increase

  27. Michigan: 1.1 percent increase

  28. Arizona: 1.1 percent increase

  29. California: 0.5 percent increase

  30. District of Columbia: 0.2 percent increase

  31. Connecticut: no change

  32. Oklahoma: 0.1 percent decrease

  33. Iowa: 0.2 percent decrease

  34. Ohio: 0.4 percent decrease

  35. Delaware: 1 percent decrease

  36. Utah: 1.2 percent decrease

  37. Colorado: 1.4 percent decrease

  38. South Carolina: 1.5 percent decrease

  39. New Mexico: 1.5 percent decrease

  40. Hawaii: 1.7 percent decrease

  41. Illinois: 1.8 percent decrease

  42. Minnesota: 1.9 decrease

  43. Alaska: 2 percent decrease

  44. Washington: 3.2 percent decrease

  45. Pennsylvania: 3.3 percent decrease

  46. Wisconsin: 5.2 percent decrease

  47. Virginia: 7.2 percent decrease

  48. Wyoming: 10 percent decrease

  49. New Hampshire: 11.5 percent decrease

  50. Maryland: 11.9 percent decrease

  51. Maine: 13.1 percent percent decrease

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