The ACA Coverage Gap: Tables

State < 50% FPL 50-100% FPL 100-138% FPL3 Total Percentage
Alabama 123,000 88,000 36,000 247,000 4.40%
Florida 456,000 359,000 173,000 988,000 17.70%
Georgia 277,000 202,000 95,000 574,000 10.30%
Idaho 32,000 28,000 13,000 73,000 1.30%
Kansas 38,000 43,000 13,000 93,000 1.70%
Louisiana 119,000 92,000 37,000 248,000 4.50%
Maine 15,000 12,000 5,000 32,000 0.60%
Mississippi 96,000 60,000 27,000 183,000 3.30%
Missouri 119,000 102,000 39,000 260,000 4.70%
Montana1 24,000 20,000 8,000 51,000 0.90%
Nebraska 18,000 20,000 11,000 50,000 0.90%
North Carolina 193,000 168,000 69,000 430,000 7.70%
Oklahoma 74,000 65,000 31,000 171,000 3.10%
South Carolina 115,000 74,000 42,000 230,000 4.10%
South Dakota 13,000 11,000 4,000 28,000 0.50%
Tennessee 136,000 71,000 42,000 249,000 4.50%
Texas 551,000 488,000 237,000 1,276,000 22.90%
Utah 32,000 37,000 18,000 86,000 1.50%
Virginia 124,000 103,000 52,000 280,000 5.00%
Wisconsin2 0,000 0,000 6,000 6,000 0.10%
Wyoming 6,000 7,000 3,000 17,000 0.30%
Total 2,559,000 2,051,000 963,000 5,574,000 100.00%
  1. Medicaid expansion waiver pending approval by CMS.
  2. Wisconsin currently covers adults up to 100% FPL.
  3. There are differences in how income as a percent of poverty is calculated for Medicaid and for marketplace tax credits. In defining the eligibility gap, the 100% threshold was computed using the tax credit definition, while the 138 percent threshold used the Medicaid definition.

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