More than 4 million people signed up for the first time or re-enrolled in health plans in the first month of the latest sign-up period under the Affordable Care Act, according to a report released Tuesday. A look at how many people in each state enrolled in a marketplace health plan for 2015:

State-Based Marketplaces using their own marketplace platforms
California118,770
Colorado36,238
Connecticut77,042
District of Columbia2,069
Hawaii1,903
Idaho73,262
Kentucky82,651
Maryland50,742
Massachusetts32,266
Minnesota17,446
New York42,982
Rhode Island12,347
Vermont21,709
Washington63,411
Total632,838
State-Based Marketplaces using the Healthcare.gov platform
Nevada40,285
New Mexico17,556
Oregon73,152
Total130,993
Federally-Facilitated Marketplace states
Alabama64,926
Alaska9,325
Arizona72,932
Arkansas19,900
Delaware8,956
Florida673,255
Georgia187,654
Illinois121,243
Indiana88,733
Iowa18,913
Kansas39,023
Louisiana56,651
Maine36,132
Michigan123,208
Mississippi28,452
Missouri102,087
Montana22,618
Nebraska32,213
New Hampshire23,210
New Jersey105,306
North Carolina249,784
North Dakota8,528
Ohio88,927
Oklahoma44,129
Pennsylvania180,046
South Carolina75,075
South Dakota8,817
Tennessee87,137
Texas379,525
Utah49,740
Virginia164,884
West Virginia12,283
Wisconsin92,398
Wyoming9,020
Total in states using the HealthCare.gov platform3,416,023
Marketplace Total4,048,861

Source: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health and Human Services.