(Article updated with new figures at 6:20 p.m ET Dec. 18, 2014.)
More than 750,000 people have selected or re-enrolled in a qualified health plan across 14 state-based exchanges, according to state-released estimates.
The federal health insurance exchange, Healthcare.gov, has seen 2.5 million enrollees as of Dec.12, bringing total state and federal enrollment and re-enrollment to 3.2 million people. About a third of those who signed up for 2014 coverage did so through state exchanges. The portion of state sign-ups this year is running around 23%
The 3.2 million total sign-ups to date is more than a third of the 9.1 million individuals HHS predicted would seek 2015 enrollment, which runs through Feb. 15.
Only a handful of the state exchanges have publicly clarified what portion of its enrollees are new sign-ups compared with returning customers. Minnesota, for instance, said 9,983 of the 23,797 people who had signed up for a qualified plan as of Dec. 16 were renewals.
Other states are seeing renewals account for a majority of applications. Among the 84,975 Kentucky residents who have signed up for a qualified plan thus far, only 9,215 are newly enrolled. And just over 10,000 of the 55,925 people joining qualified plans in Washington state are new.
In other instances, like New York and California, only new enrollee figures have been released, while re-enrollment efforts are ongoing. New York's enrollment netted nearly 200,000 new customers as of Dec. 17, while California has enrolled just over 144,000.