|No surcharge: he's not enrolled either (collegecandy.com)|
Instead, smokers simply didn't enroll in Obamacare.
[Yale researchers] found a lower likelihood of enrollment—as much as 11.6 percent—for smokers who faced surcharges versus smokers who didn’t. The higher the surcharge, the bigger the dampening effect. And smokers under 40 were nearly 20 percent less likely to be insured.Those people--smokers young and old--refused to behave as the central planners wanted them to.