One-Size-Fits-All Health Care

Under the one-size-fits-all health care system top Senate Democrats are pushing, Americans will pay more to wait longer for worse care. With a price tag of at least $32 trillion over 10 years, ‘Medicare for None’ would dramatically raise taxes on hardworking American families.

Find your state below to see how many people who would lose their employer provided health coverage as a result of ‘Medicare for None’:

  • Alabama - 2,179.900
  • Alaska - 320,700
  • Arizona  - 3,075,100
  • Arkansas - 1,208,600
  • California - 18,253,400
  • Colorado - 2,771,900
  • Connecticut - 1,871,900
  • Delaware - 494,500
  • Florida - 8,155,800
  • Georgia - 4,922,000
  • Hawaii - 734,100
  • Idaho - 782,500
  • Illinois - 6,675,200
  • Indiana - 3,419,700
  • Iowa - 1,684,000
  • Kansas - 1,539,300
  • Kentucky - 1,999,600
  • Louisiana - 1,974,300
  • Maine - 639,100
  • Maryland - 3,310,300
  • Massachusetts - 3,655,700
  • Michigan - 4,994,900
  • Minnesota - 3,132,200
  • Mississippi - 1,211,100
  • Missouri - 3,052,200
  • Montana - 445,800
  • Nebraska - 1,033,200
  • Nevada - 1,451,300
  • New Hampshire - 743,200
  • New Jersey - 4,939,800
  • New Mexico - 738,800
  • New York - 9,536,300
  • North Carolina - 4,611,100
  • North Dakota - 421,100
  • Ohio - 5,897,600
  • Oklahoma - 1,723,800
  • Oregon - 1,912,500
  • Pennsylvania - 6,467,000
  • Rhode Island - 520,500
  • South Carolina - 2,205,500
  • South Dakota - 437,400
  • Tennessee - 3,112,200
  • Texas - 13,126,800
  • Utah - 1,831,800
  • Vermont - 278,00
  • Virginia - 4,369,800
  • Washington - 3,748,100
  • West Virginia - 755,100
  • Wisconsin - 3,191,800
  • Wyoming - 293,700

*Data from the Kaiser Family Foundation