I’ll bet the Zerocare folks would love to patch that information hole, but it’s already too late. They can’t get the toothpaste back in the tube now.
Better cook up some more lies to explain it.
Step one: Compare prices to voter history. Are the premiums higher in Republican states?
Step two: Compare navigators to past democratic campaign contributions.
In case it disappears, here is a link to mine: https://app.box.com/s/ndznoq5reu1amr4v4voe
My experience with renters over the past 8 years is that they have trouble having enough money to pay the rent and the utilities. Now these vary people are going to have their hours cut and another $700-1000 dollar bill to pay every month.
Do Holder’s people get a special subsidy, because they are going to be incredibly pissed to discover they owe money to the IRS instead of getting a nice fat earned income welfare check.
You can use the export button on the page to export the data to your computer. Thanks for sharing.
I have to leave or I would compare the prices on your list to those listed in this article: http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3082650/posts because Obamacare now has a low ball estimate showing when people surf the site (their cya response to complaints that you can’t see the costs until you sign up). By low ball estimate I mean that the estimates are too low, sometimes by 50 percent - it’s just window dressing. So I am wondering if you are getting the window dressing numbers or the real numbers because cost is dependent on age and an accurate table would have numerous costs for numerous age ranges per plan.
78,438 rows of data. That’s how long the ‘Individual Medical landscape’ Excel file is which contains policy rates. As for the ‘Navigator’ file, that’s 3,797 rows of data and contains all addresses and Email addresses of Navigators. IT’S SPAM TIME! LOL
Are these monthly premiums?
These are expensive!
This is a better site with more comprehensive information
I had a heart attack. Premiums about FIVE TIMES what I pay now.
Single male age 27 making $13 an hour will pay $220 a month after subsidies for a bronze plan in my area. That’s a bit more than a cell phone bill.
I’m guessing the next march on Washington is going to be a 300 million man march and it will include the demwits this time.
The export button lets you download the database as an xls file, which means you can perform all kinds of interesting analysis on the data.
Actually, this spreadsheet turns out to be the new “feature” just added to the obamacare.gov website to allow people to price “shop” for insurance without creating an account. A scathing cbs report points out the the database has only two price points: 27 years old and 50 years old, and applies the 27 years old price to anybody under 49 and the 50 year old price to anyone 50 or older, resulting in fantastically inaccurate prices, most being shown as 50% less than what they would actually cost in reality.