Estimated gross state product lost due to Obamacare repeal from 2019 to 2023 (in billion U.S. dollars)*

Gross state product loss due to repealing of Obamacare 2019-2023 This statistic shows the estimated gross state product lost due to a possible Obamacare repeal from 2019 to 2023. The gross state product lost due to repealing of premium tax credits and Medicaid expansion would be almost 256 billion dollars in 2019, and some 326 billion dollars in 2023.
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State product lost in billion U.S. dollars
2019-255.9
2020-292.1
2021-316.2
2022-322.6
2023-326.1
State product lost in billion U.S. dollars
2019-255.9
2020-292.1
2021-316.2
2022-322.6
2023-326.1
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This statistic shows the estimated gross state product lost due to a possible Obamacare repeal from 2019 to 2023. The gross state product lost due to repealing of premium tax credits and Medicaid expansion would be almost 256 billion dollars in 2019, and some 326 billion dollars in 2023.
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Release date
January 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
as of January 2017
Supplementary notes
* Repeal of premium tax credits and Medicaid expansion.
Note: All figures are based on a multistate economic forecasting model (PI+ from Regional Economic Models, Inc.) to quantify for each state the effects of the federal spending cuts.

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