New Mexico: 52K QHPs to date (95% of last year so far)
New Mexico is one of five states (also including Nevada, Oregon, Hawaii and Kentucky) which technically operate their own state-based ACA exchange, but utilize HealthCare.Gov as their website enrollment platform. As such, their enrollment numbers are usually only released along with the other three dozen states on the federal exchange.
However, once in awhile they post the enrollment numbers themselves; today is such a day:
@charles_gaba NMHIX: 52,006 total signups - almost as much as last year. Still anticipating a surge as NMHIX continues ads and outreach.
— Colin (@colinb1123) January 27, 2017
The breakout here is 36,579 renewals + 15,427 new enrollees, or a 70/30 split.
Last year, New Mexico's total came in at 54,865 QHP selections, so they've hit 95% of that so far.
My original target for New Mexico for this year was 60,000, though I've knocked this down to 57,000 more recently. They're at around 91% of that so far, with less than a week to go. They'll have to add another 5,000 people in the final surge, which seems unlikely, but who knows?
New Mexico's last official tally was 51,442 as of 1/14/17; they increased that by 564 people over the next 10 days or so.