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The debate over Obamacare prices — and data supporting both sides — rages on. New analysis from HealthPocket indicates plans are cheaper on the exchanges than off them.

Analyzing premium prices from four major carriers that are offered off the exchanges with comparable bronze, silver and gold plans on the exchanges, researchers found that off-exchange plans on average are 40 percent more expensive. For the off-exchange plans, HealthPocket — a consumer resource website — examined ones from United Healthcare, Aetna, Cigna and Assurant.

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