FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Connecticut will be one of the state's most impacted by President Donald Trump's executive order to begin reversing the Affordable Care Act, according to a study by WalletHub.
Connecticut ranked 10th in WalletHub's report of how the order will affect residents. WalletHub analysts compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across seven key metrics. The WalletHub study said Connecticut ranks fourth in the nation in terms of potential economic impact.
The data set ranges from “growth of uninsured rate by 2019 post-ACA repeal” to “potential economic impact due to the repeal of premium tax credits and Medicaid expansion (2019 to 2023).”
The WalletHub findings for ACA Repeal in Connecticut are (1=Most Affected; 25=Avg.):
- 23rd – Growth in Uninsured Rate by 2019 Post-ACA Repeal
- 23rd – Growth in Uninsured Rate in 2021 (ACA Effective vs. Repealed)
- 8th – Potential Jobs Lost Due to Repeal of Tax Credits & Medicaid Expansion in 2019
- 4th – Potential Economic Impact Due to Repeal of Premium Tax Credits & Medicaid Expansion (2019 to 2023)
- 5th – Growth in Uncompensated Care Costs in 2021 (ACA Effective vs. Repealed)
- 8th – Share of Young Adults with Health-Insurance Coverage
For the full report, click here .