It seems older Americans are the ones signing up for health coverage under Obamacare, in bigger numbers than younger people. That's according to the latest HHS data.
FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson has more from Washington:
It's not quite the demographic breakdown that Obamacare officials are hoping for. About a third of those signing up so far are in the group that will most likely file the most claims-- people ages 55 to 64. Experts say, this is what they expected early on, because people in that group are more motivated to get health insurance. The most coveted signups are young people ages 18 to 34, because of their relative health. So far, they account for only about 24% of total enrollment.
At the White House, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.
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