Last month, Josh Fangmeier and I looked at income and insurance status among young adults to analyze the possible “rate shock” problem (see here and here if you missed them). We’ve expanded and refined the scope of our analysis to include adults with children and to allow us to more accurately account for the impact of state Medicaid expansion decisions. What can the data tell us about the White House’s goal to enroll 2.7 million young adults in state exchanges?
The full post—with links to data and methods—is over at The Incidental Economist. Go read!_____________________________