It’s come in for a lot of criticism, one thing the AffordableCare Act has probably been responsible for during its tenure isofficial: a drop in the uninsured rate from 2014–2015 for thoseunder age 65 in the majority of the nation’s counties.

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 SmallArea Health Insurance Estimates, the estimated uninsured ratefor adults under age 65 decreased in 71.3 percent of the nation’scounties (2,239 counties; there are 3,142 counties in the U.S.altogether) during that period.

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