Well, now, the FACT is that Obamacare is a state by state operation. Wasn’t allowed to be a countrywide thing. Which led to all those Republican governors trying to make it too expensive for their states from the get go. There are charts that go state by state, which is the proper way to do this, so here’s a link to one of them. http://kff.org/health-reform/issue-brief/2017-premium-changes-and-insurer-participation-in-the-affordable-care-acts-health-insurance-marketplaces/ Now, what does that show. GOLLEE, Rhode Island has a decrease of 1% from 2016. HMMMM. That’s a Democratic Party state. As is New Hampshire – 2% increase, , California, 5% increase. How’s about some red red states? Oklahoma, 67%, Illinois, 48%, Arizona, 145% – wow. Gollee, sure does look like some of those governors decided to poison the well this year, doesn’t it? Moreover, the increase AFTER THE TAX CREDIT is pretty much zero. But hey, facts vs news clicks and all that. There are outliers like Indiana, 4% decrease (yeah, a red state where the gov just happened to run, what a coincidence) and Hawaii which had a 32% increase – again, this zeroed out after the tax credits.