According to documents received by the Associated Press (AP), the Obamacare Marketplaces nationwide so far have seen 476,000 individuals sign up out of a visit total of 16 million, but the government won't say how many of those applicants actually enrolled in health care insurance. An enrollment report has been promised for mid-November.

The sign-ups are split almost evenly between the 14 state exchanges (aka marketplaces) and the 36 federal entities, with a slight nod going to, the federal marketplace, according to the AP.

Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal on Friday reported that the data feeds from the federal site are so error-prone that insurance companies say they cannot issue policies in a vast number of cases. Errors include spouses listed as children.

Separately, a televised CNBC report claimed that Kentucky, a mid-market state, has seen the greatest percentage of sign-ups, even while using a system designed by the same company that created

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