Over at his blog, Jamie Dupree is reporting that a total of 106,185 people have signed up for Obamacare nationwide. Of these, 1,390 are from the great state of Georgia. That puts us at #12 in state signups, way behind California and New York.
California had the most with 35,364, followed by New York at 16,404, then Washington State at 7,091 – all three of those states are running their own exchanges.
Of the states that are going through the federal exchange, the highest numbers came from Florida (7th overall) at 3,571, followed by Texas with 2,991.
No enrollment results were reported for the state run exchanges in Hawaii, Massachusetts, Oregon or Washington, D.C.
According to Dupree, “signed up” means someone has added a policy to their cart, but not necessarily paid for it.
With just over a month to go in order to get covered on January 1st, the healthcare websites have signed up seven tenths of one percent of the people needed to make the exchanges work.