Nationwide, nearly 11.7 million consumers selected or were automatically re-enrolled in health insurance coverage through the state and federal Health Insurance Marketplace as of Feb. 22, according to a report released Tuesday by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Of the total, 8.84 million (76 percent) were in states using the platform, and 2.85 million (24 percent) were in the 14 states (including Washington, D.C.) using their own marketplace platforms. Nearly 7.7 million individuals with a plan selection in the states using qualified for an average tax credit of $263 per month and more than half (55 percent) paid $100 or less per month after tax credits.

According to the report, nationwide, more than 4.1 million consumers under the age of 35 are signed up for marketplace coverage (35 percent of all plan selections compared to 34 percent of plan selections at the end of 2014 open enrollment). Almost 3.3 million consumers 18 to 34 years of age are signed up for marketplace coverage. As in 2014, that’s 28 percent of all plan selections.

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