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Table 2 Estimates for two-level generalized linear models of Marketplace enrollment

From: Variability of assister availability in health insurance marketplace in the U.S.

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3a
β S.E. β S.E. β S.E.
Fixed effects
Intercept 0.23 0.17 0.68* 0.39 0.79 0.50
County Rurality
 Metropolitan    0.71*** 0.13 0.75*** 0.15
 Micropolitan    0.34** 0.13 0.31* 0.16
 Rural (reference)   
% uninsured among adults    0.17*** 0.06 0.16** 0.06
% uninsured among people with below or at 138% FPL    −0.25*** 0.03 −0.25*** 0.03
% uninsured among people with 138–400% FPL    0.52*** 0.06 0.48** 0.07
% uninsured among people with 400% FPL or higher    −0.75*** 0.09 −0.62*** 0.10
% uninsured among female    −0.11 0.08 −0.11 0.09
Medicaid expansion      −0.08 0.80
Medicaid * 138% FPL      −0.09 0.06
Medicaid * 138–400% FPL      0.39** 0.16
Medicaid * 400% FPL      −0.73*** 0.22
Medicaid * metropolitan      −0.25 0.28
Medicaid * micropolitan      0.05 0.29
-2LL 2899.71 2646.81 2629.37
Pearson Chi-square/DF 0.97 0.99 0.99
Level 2 intercept (covariance parameter) 0.87*** 0.28 0.55*** 0.18 0.53*** 0.18
ICC 0.21 0.14*** 0.14***
  1. Note. *: p<0.01; **:p<0.05; ***:p<0.001= likelihood ratio test significant; ICC = 0.21; values based on SAS PROC GLIMMIX. References of rurality and Medicaid expansion are rural area and no expansion, respectively. % potential enrollees, % uninsured, and % female are the share of non-elderly individuals with 138 to 400% FPL, uninsured, female among the non-elderly individuals, respectively
  2. aBest fitting model