If You Live in One of These 15 States, Your Auto Insurance Rate Is Going Up

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We have bad news for people who live in one of the 15 states listed below. Your insurance premiums are slated to rise during the first half of 2020, so you might want to pay close attention to your insurance policy for any changes.

Auto insurance rates are currently on the rise for a good 5.6 million drivers across the United States, especially for those who live in one of the following states:

Arizona

The average rate increase will be: 6.94%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 93,903

Wisconsin

The average rate increase will be: 6.28%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 104,210

Nevada

The average rate increase will be: 4.46%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 113,799

West Virginia

The average rate increase will be: 6.88%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 128,399

Connecticut

The average rate increase will be: 3.73%

Number of policyholders affected will be:  132,601

Kansas

The average rate increase will be: 8.23%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 138,063

Georgia

The average rate increase will be: 5.68%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 152,962

Virginia

The average rate increase will be: 4.10%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 202,389

New York

The average rate increase will be: 5.51%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 223,368

Pennsylvania

The average rate increase will be: 3.91%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 274,771

Massachusetts

The average rate increase will be: 5.30%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 452,741

Michigan

The average rate increase will be: 5.31%

Number of policyholders affected will be:  500,857

Indiana

The average rate increase will be: 3.56%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 578,994

Illinois

The average rate increase will be: 4.02%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 678,278

South Carolina

The average rate increase will be: 6.74%

Number of policyholders affected will be: 1,284,303

This information was gathered by Business Insider from S&P Global Marketing Intelligence and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. The information came from over 1,100 rate change filings from companies located across the United States.

The 15 states are ranked totaling the average of all proposed rate increases in each state and the number of policyholders whose rates will increase in 2020.