Some states have more affordable healthcare than others.  Many people who have insurance still cannot afford to see a doctor because of premiums, deductibles, and other expenses.  There is a huge increase in how many people are insured due to the Affordable Care Act.  The U.S. news used Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Survey to determine which states had the most affordable healthcare:

10. Maine 9.4 percent unable to afford a doctor

9. Wisconsin 9.3 unable to afford a doctor

8. New Hampshire 8.8 percent unable to afford a doctor

7. Massachusetts 8.6 percent unable to afford a doctor

6. Minnesota 8.4 percent unable to afford doctor

5. Hawaii 8.2 percent unable to afford doctor

4. South Dakota 7.8 percent unable to afford doctor

3. North Dakota 7.7 percent unable to afford doctor

2. Vermont 7.6 percent unable to afford doctor

1. Iowa 7.2 percent unable to afford a doctor

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source: https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/slideshows/the-10-states-with-the-most-affordable-health-care

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