See Which States Would Be Hit Hardest by the Senate’s Obamacare Repeal Bill

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Twenty-two million more Americans would be uninsured under the Senate Republicans’ health-care bill than under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, by 2026, according to the Congressional Budget Office’s report released on June 26. But that loss would fall much harder on some states than others, according to a new analysis from the Urban Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

West Virginia would see its uninsured rate more than quadruple by 2022. In Kentucky and Arkansas the uninsured rate would more than triple. All three states strongly supported Donald Trump in the presidential election.

Rust Belt states, such as Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan, would also see large increases in the uninsured rate. Many of those states narrowly supported the president, but have historically leaned left.

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