The Obama administration announced Monday that Obamacare premiums will rise by an average 25 percent in the 39 states that use the federal insurance exchange instead of their own state marketplace.

The average increase drops a little when data from three states using their own exchanges is included, but even so, it amounts to a 22 percent increase.

Check the map below to see the average increase in Obamacare premiums in your state. The increase or decrease shown reflects the average change for a 27-year-old buying the second-lowest-cost silver plan under Obamacare, which is the benchmark plan used to determine subsidy levels.

(Most states that use their own exchanges won't show any data in the map below, as the increase applies only to those states using the federal government's healthcare.gov website. California, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Minnesota provided data from their marketplaces.)