Slideshow The 10 U.S. counties with the lowest Healthcare.gov enrollment rates

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  • February 11 2015, 10:54am EST
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Enrollment in health insurance through Healthcare.gov is expected to hit or beat projections for 2015. But how does it break down on a county-by-county level? Benefitter analyzed enrollment data from the 50 most populous counties in the U.S. to find those with the least enrollments per capita.

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10. Wayne County, Mich.

Plans per 1,000 residents: 23
Plan selections: 41,322
Population: 1,775,273
Notable City: Detroit

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9. Oklahoma County, Okla.

Plans per 1,000 residents: 23
Plan selections: 17,570
Population: 755,245
Notable City: Oklahoma City

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8. Marion County, Ind.

Plans per 1,000 residents: 23
Plan selections: 21,006
Population: 928,281
Notable City: Indianapolis

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7. Multnomah County, Ore.

Plans per 1,000 residents: 22
Plan selections: 16,906
Population: 766,135
Notable City: Portland

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6. Essex County, N.J.

Plans per 1,000 residents: 22
Plan selections: 16,978
Population: 789,565
Notable City: Newark

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5. Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Plans per 1,000 residents: 20
Plan selections: 24,675
Population: 1,263,154
Notable City: Cleveland

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4. Clark County, Nev.

Plans per 1,000 residents: 17
Plan selections: 33,357
Population: 2,027,868
Notable City: Las Vegas

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3. Hamilton County, Ohio

Plans per 1,000 residents: 17
Plan selections: 13,566
Population: 804,520
Notable City: Cincinnati

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2. Franklin County, Ohio

Plans per 1,000 residents: 14
Plan selections: 16,498
Population: 1,212,263
Notable City: Columbus

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1. Will County, Ill.

Plans per 1,000 residents: 10
Plan selections: 6,656
Population: 682,829
Notable City: Joliet

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