From Senior Fellow Justin Wolfers, co-editor of the Brookings Papers on Economic Policy:
— Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers) October 31, 2013
Wolfers and MIT economist Jonathan Gruber discussed the issues on Bloomberg, including more detail on the small percentage of people who will have to purchase a new health insurance plan. Watch below:
Jon Gruber explains THAT chart: Why only around 2% will have to buy a substantively new (better) plan under Obamacare
— Justin Wolfers (@JustinWolfers) November 4, 2013
A Brookings report using NSSO data has shown that 15 per cent of Indians now have some form of health insurance compared to 1 per cent in 2004. Also, while nearly 62 per cent in Andhra Pradesh are covered, less than 5 per cent of people in UP have health insurance.