Survey: U.S. sees sharpest health insurance premium increases in years


Sarah Hurtubise
The Daily Caller
April 8, 2014

Obamacare transfers wealth to the elite while reducing quality of healthcare at the same time.

Obamacare transfers wealth to the elite while reducing quality of healthcare at the same time.


Americans have recently been hit with some of the largest premium increases in years, according to a Morgan Stanley survey of insurance brokers.

The investment bank’s April survey of 148 brokers found that this quarter, the average premium increase for customers renewing an insurance plan is 12 percent in the small group market and 11 percent in the individual market, according to Forbes’ Scott Gottlieb.

The hikes — the largest in the past three years, according to Morgan Stanley’s quarterly reports — are “largely due to changes under the [Affordable Care Act],” analysts concluded. Rates have been growing increasingly fast throughout all of 2013, after a period of drops in 2012.

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