Those trying hard to support their families are the ones that always suffer.
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A new analysis finds that more than half of the counties in states on the ObamaCare exchange lack affordable plans for many middle-class couples.

The analysis for USA Today found those counties lacked a bronze plan that’s affordable for 40-year-old couples who make just a little too much to be eligible for federal assistance.

While many of the counties are in rural, less populous areas, more urban areas, such as Bergen County, N.J., also fall into the pattern, the newspaper study found.

ObamaCare offers platinum, gold, silver and bronze health plans, with bronze being the least expensive.

People making 400 percent over the poverty limit are ineligible for subsidies for health insurance under ObamaCare. That’s a $47,780 cutoff for an individual and $61,496 limit for a couple.