Medicare Advantage enrollment percentage by state

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Minnesota is the state with the highest percent of enrollment in Medicare Advantage and other plans, according to CMS data.

Here is the percent of total Medicare enrollment that Medicare Advantage and other health plans represent in each state and the District of Columbia, listed from largest to smallest:

Minnesota — 57.3 percent

Hawaii — 45.2

Oregon — 44.6

Rhode Island — 42.9

Florida — 42.5

California — 41.8

Pennsylvania — 41

Wisconsin — 39.9

Ohio — 39

New York — 38.9

Arizona — 38.5

Colorado — 37.5

Tennessee — 36.7

Alabama — 36.4

Michigan — 36.4

Georgia — 35.3

Utah — 35.3

Nevada — 35.2

Texas — 35.1

New Mexico — 33.8

Louisiana — 33.5

North Carolina — 32.1

Missouri — 32

Idaho — 31.3

Washington — 30.7

West Virginia — 28.9

Kentucky — 28.8

Maine — 28.3

Connecticut — 28.2

Indiana — 26.7

South Carolina — 25.9

Illinois —24.1

Massachusetts — 22.8

Arkansas — 22.1

New Jersey — 21.8

South Dakota — 21

Montana — 20.7

Virginia — 19.5

North Dakota — 18.2

Iowa — 18.1

Oklahoma — 18.1

Mississippi — 17

District of Columbia — 15.9

Kansas — 15.7

Nebraska — 13.1

Delaware — 11.6

Maryland — 11.3

New Hampshire — 10.8

Vermont — 9.2

Wyoming — 3.9

Alaska — 1.5

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