The Obama administration announced on Nov. 10, that they expected up to 9.9 million Americans to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act exchange for 2015, which is millions less than what some experts have predicted.

The health care exchange, which opens on Nov. 15 for America’s second health care coverage under Obamacare.

It was previously expected to have 13 million Americans enrolled for coverage.

Government officials say that of the 32 million uninsured Americans living in the United States, they predicate about 17 million of these Americans to be eligible for Medicaid, which is a federal-state program for the poor and has been expanded in some states as part of the Affordable Care Act Law.