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California Health Care Chartbook: Section 3: Health Insurance Coverage

California Health Care Chartbook: Key Data and Trends

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Section 3: Health Insurance Coverage

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Distribution of Coverage

Exhibit 3.1Distribution of the Total Population by Health Insurance Status, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.2aDistribution of the Non-Elderly (Ages 0-64) by Health Insurance Status, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.2bDistribution of Non-Elderly Adults (Ages 19-64) by Health Insurance Status, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.2cDistribution of Children (Ages 18 and Under) by Health Insurance Status, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.3Health Insurance Coverage of the Non-Elderly (Ages 0-64) by Selected Characteristics, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.4aDistribution of the Low-Income Non-Elderly by Health Insurance Status, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.4bHealth Insurance Coverage of Low-Income Children and Non-Elderly Adults, California and the United States, 2002
Characteristics of the Uninsured

Exhibit 3.5Non-Elderly Uninsured, California and the United States, 1994-2002Exhibit 3.6aNon-Elderly Uninsured Rates by Age and Gender, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.6bNon-Elderly Uninsured Rates by Federal Poverty Threshold, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.6cNon-Elderly Uninsured Rates by Race/Ethnicity, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.6dNon-Elderly Uninsured Rates by Citizenship Status, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.6eCharacteristics of the Non-Elderly Uninsured, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.7Uninsured Non-Elderly Adults by Parental Status and Income, California, 2002Exhibit 3.8aRate of Non-Elderly Uninsured by Family Work Status, California and the United States, 2002Exhibit 3.8bRates of Uninsured Workers by Industry, California, 2001

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