Got an insurance quote? Don't expect it to be accurate.

About 80 percent of U.S. health insurance plans raise premiumsabove the original quoted price for a portion of their applicants,according to new analysis.

HealthPocket, a free website that compares and ranks all healthplans, found that, on average, 18 percent of applicants see anincrease. Among states, Pennsylvania fared the worst, with 32percent of insurance applicants paying more than insurers firstquoted, while other states saw no notable increase in premiumcosts.

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