About 100,000 people made it through healthcare.gov to select a plan in November, a source familiar with the situation told CNBC, even as the tech team was making fixes on the site.
The administration will not be putting out numbers for a couple of weeks, but the states have been providing updates which show that they saw a ramp in enrollment last month.
The states’ exchanges have reported over 230,000 people have selected plans.
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Putting the numbers together, about 332,000 have selected plans nationally to date—up from 106,000 in October.
Those numbers are well below what the Obama administration had hoped, but a sign of public interest, in spite of all the headlines about the problematic federal exchange.