If you're looking for cheap healthcare, look no further than Utah.
The American Communities Project crunched the numbers last month and discovered that counties they classify as "LDS enclaves" have the cheapest Affordable Care Act plans. The study looked at "silver plans" for 21-year-olds, finding that the average lowest premium was $174. Regions classified as LDS enclaves include all of Utah as well as significant portions of neighboring states.
By contrast, the counties with the highest costs were those classified as "Native American lands" and the "African American south." The study also notes that the premium costs are not tied to income: