Following the president's executive order to repeal the Affordable Care Act, an estimated 18 million individuals are expected to lose health care coverage.
The personal finance website WalletHub ranked the states that will be the most affected by the Obamacare repeal and put Connecticut at 10th.
It ranked the state in terms of uninsured growth rate by 2019, the potential economic impact due to a repeal of tax credits and Medicaid expansion, among other metrics.
All 50 states and the District of Columbia were taken into consideration.
Here's how other aspects of the ACA's repeal rank for Connecticut:
The top three states most affected by the repeal are Massachusetts, West Virginia and Kentucky.
The states least affected are Vermont, Colorado and Delaware.
To read the complete results of the study, click here.
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