Compare Obamacare health exchange plans by county

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The Obamacare health insurance exchanges offer a crazy quilt of subsidized health plans, with prices and choices often differing sharply from one county to the next and from one state to another. Bankrate gathered data on exchange plans from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to assign each county a letter grade for Obamacare prices. On the map below, you can see how your county compares for Obamacare premiums. Click and drag your cursor over the map to find your region of the country, then click on your county to learn its grade.

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A - Much less expensive than average
B - Less expensive than average
C - Average
D - More expensive than average
E - Much more expensive than average

The letter grades show how a county's average price for a typical health exchange family plan compares with the national average. Bankrate focused on "silver" (mid-level) plans for a family of two 30-year-old adults and two children; the grades are based on plans' raw premiums before any tax credit subsidies that will cut the cost of health insurance for most people using the exchanges.

Sources: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services; U.S. Census Small Area Health Insurance Estimates.