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More than one in four Americans (28 percent) would consider moving to another state or county to get better and/or cheaper health insurance, according to a new report by Bankrate.com. Young adults (18-29 year-olds) were the most likely to consider moving. Over four in 10 members of this group – which generally is more mobile than its older counterparts – said that health insurance would factor into their decision where to live.

About one-third of the lowest-income respondents (annual household income under $30,000) would consider moving for health insurance reasons. Because half of the 50 states are not expanding the Medicaid program, this is one of the groups most affected by geography.

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