Maxim Lott
Fox News
November 5, 2013

Obama speaks on Obamacare in Boston.  Credit: BU Interactive News via Flickr
Obama speaks on Obamacare in Boston. Credit: BU Interactive News via Flickr

Experiencing sticker-shock at the price of insurance on ObamaCare exchanges?

That’s more likely if you live in a “red state” that didn’t vote for Obama, according to price data compiled by the Heritage Foundation. In red states, premiums for 27-year-olds rose an average of 78% on ObamaCare exchanges, whereas in “blue states” that voted for Obama, premiums rose a smaller 50%.

Senate critics of ObamaCare say the difference is one way in which the bill is unfair.

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