Just 10 states accounted for more than 80 percent of the 3 million Medicaid enrollees who've signed up under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act this year, according to fresh analysis.

Consulting firm Avalere Health analyzed government numbers, finding a wide disparity in Medicaid enrollment totals from state to state.

From October through February, California, Florida, Oregon and Washington enrolled the most new participants in the government health program for the poor, Avalere found. Florida is the only non-expansion state that's seen new Medicaid enrollment numbers greater than 100,000, an 8.2 percent increase over summer 2013 levels.

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