Progressive insurance, the type you buy from Progressive, is more expensive than health insurance.
It’s also the most popular type of policy in the US.
That’s according to a new study from the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Kaiser Health News.
And while the findings are generally in line with what we’ve seen from other recent studies, they’re also not entirely consistent.
The Kaiser Health report comes just as the White House is pushing Congress to approve new tax breaks to encourage more Americans to get health insurance and the president is facing mounting criticism for using taxpayer dollars to pay for his own health insurance premiums.
The White House has said the tax breaks will encourage Americans to buy insurance.
But it hasn’t said what the tax break would be for, and some analysts are skeptical about the study’s methodology.
There are some obvious differences between health insurance policies and other types of policies.
Progressive policies are more expensive because they include a higher deductible and a higher co-pay for most services.
Health insurance policies, on the other hand, are usually more affordable.
The Kaiser report looks at a subset of policies from different insurers, which is why it’s difficult to say whether the differences between the two are real.
Progressive and other health insurance types are more likely to cover hospitalization and other out-of-pocket costs.
Progressive insurance is more likely than health insurers to cover preventive services and more likely that consumers who buy the policy have more medical history, such as being a smoker.
But the Kaiser report only looked at one type of health insurance: health insurance purchased from Progressive.
That means that the overall numbers of insurance plans bought by consumers with Progressive policies may not be the same as what we see in the rest of the US, where the average Progressive health insurance policy cost $1,872 per person in 2017.
Insurance companies have come under fire for their high rates of premium increases, especially for people with pre-existing conditions.
Progressive health insurers have been criticized for charging premiums that are 10 percent higher than for health insurance sold by the average Blue Cross or Humana insurer, and even more for higher-than-average deductibles.
If the Kaiser study’s findings hold up, they could have an impact on the White Trump administration’s efforts to increase health insurance choices for people across the country.
For example, if a White House policy that increases the cost of health care by 10 percent was found to have a negative effect on premium rates, that could be a major political problem for the Trump administration.
If the Kaiser’s findings are confirmed, they would also help explain the relatively high premiums Americans pay on their own insurance policies.
The new study comes as the administration is trying to make the case that its tax incentives for buying health insurance are good for consumers.
But, as we’ve previously noted, the Kaiser findings also show that there are some things consumers shouldn’t be worried about when it comes to health insurance costs.