Presentation on theme: "Medicaid Enrollment of New Eligibles in Expansion States, by Party Affiliation of Governor New Eligibles as a Percent of Total Medicaid Enrollment, as."— Presentation transcript:
1 Medicaid Enrollment of New Eligibles in Expansion States, by Party Affiliation of Governor New Eligibles as a Percent of Total Medicaid Enrollment, as of January-March 2016WYWI*WV^WAVAVTUTTXTNSDSCRIPAOROKOHNDNCNYNMNJNH*NVNEMT*MOMSMNMI*MAMDMELAKYKSIA*IN*ILIDHIGAFLDCDECTCOCAAR*AZ*AKALRepublican, ≥25% (8 states)Republican, <25% (8 States)Democrat, ≥25% (5 States,including DC)Democrat, <25% (8 States)Independent, <25% (1 State)NOTE: Data for North Dakota were unavailable from CMS. Louisiana expanded Medicaid on 7/1/16 and thus has no expansion enrollment in January-March States in white have not adopted the Medicaid expansion. *AR, AZ, IA, IN, MI, MT, and NH have approved Section 1115 expansion waivers. ^The WV governor switched parties from Democrat to Republican in August 2017.SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of Medicaid spending and enrollment data collected from the Medicaid Budget and Expenditure System (MBES), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.