Average increase in premiums for benchmark plan
Americans shopping on the individual market will pay more as healthier people decline to join the system, raising rates
Average monthly cost of a midlevel plan before subsidies
This could lead to sticker shock for Americans who earn too much to qualify for federal subsidies
Percentage of people on midlevel plans who will pay less than $100 a month
The increased costs will be offset by increased federal subsidies for low-income Americans
This appears in the November 07, 2016 issue of TIME.
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