Having trouble getting health insurance? You're not alone, according to new data.

Analysis from HealthPocket shows the health insurance industry averages an application rejection rate of 22 percent of submitted individual and family applications nationally.

And some states are much worse: Montana has the highest percentage of area insurer rejections with 45 percent, followed by Alabama (40 percent), District of Columbia (37 percent), Arkansas (35 percent) and Alaska (34 percent). Plus, some insurers have declination rates greater than 70 percent, analysts found.

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