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The Impact of the Coverage Gap in States not Expanding Medicaid by Race and Ethnicity

APPENDIX TABLE 1: Nonelderly Uninsured Adults by Race/Ethnicity and State, 2011-2012
All Races/ Ethnicities White Black Hispanic Other All People of Color
United States  34,548,000  18,135,000  5,641,000  8,066,000  2,706,000  16,413,000
MOVING FORWARD WITH MEDICAID EXPANSION AT THIS TIME (26 states, including DC)
Arizona  744,000  313,000  41,000  330,000   –  431,000
Arkansas  422,000  299,000  85,000  25,000   –  123,000
California  4,590,000  1,404,000  290,000  2,220,000  675,000  3,185,000
Colorado  552,000  344,000  31,000  151,000  27,000  208,000
Connecticut  212,000  128,000  30,000  43,000  10,000  84,000
Delaware  59,000  34,000  15,000  8,000   –  26,000
District of Columbia  39,000  9,000  24,000  4,000   –  30,000
Hawaii  81,000  19,000   –  10,000  50,000  62,000
Illinois  1,303,000  673,000  292,000  261,000  77,000  630,000
Iowa  244,000  200,000  9,000  22,000  13,000  43,000
Kentucky  526,000  432,000  53,000   –  15,000  94,000
Maryland  508,000  234,000  165,000  68,000  42,000  274,000
Massachusetts  169,000  126,000   –  22,000   –  43,000
Michigan  936,000  683,000  167,000  55,000  31,000  253,000
Minnesota  335,000  242,000  28,000  26,000  39,000  93,000
Nevada  412,000  192,000  44,000  123,000  54,000  220,000
New Jersey  873,000  360,000  168,000  249,000  97,000  514,000
New Mexico  315,000  97,000   –  152,000  61,000  218,000
New York  1,677,000  767,000  309,000  412,000  189,000  910,000
North Dakota  58,000  36,000   –  3,000   –  22,000
Ohio  1,168,000  876,000  182,000  64,000  45,000  292,000
Oregon  450,000  341,000   –  70,000  33,000  109,000
Rhode Island  95,000  63,000  8,000  20,000  4,000  32,000
Vermont  41,000  38,000   –   –  2,000  3,000
Washington  733,000  488,000  33,000   –  107,000  245,000
West Virginia  228,000  207,000  11,000   –   –  21,000
NOT MOVING FORWARD WITH MEDICAID EXPANSION AT THIS TIME (25 states)
Alabama  529,000  320,000  171,000   –   –  208,000
Alaska  97,000  57,000   –  5,000  33,000  40,000
Florida  2,856,000  1,394,000  542,000  793,000  127,000  1,462,000
Georgia  1,304,000  631,000  509,000  86,000  78,000  673,000
Idaho  182,000  130,000   –  40,000  11,000  52,000
Indiana1  640,000  495,000  79,000  35,000  31,000  145,000
Kansas  274,000  192,000  19,000  43,000  20,000  82,000
Louisiana  711,000  317,000  331,000   –   –  394,000
Maine  113,000  107,000  3,000   –   –  6,000
Mississippi  371,000  163,000  193,000   –   –  208,000
Missouri  650,000  461,000  129,000   –  42,000  189,000
Montana  150,000  124,000   –   –   –   –
Nebraska  164,000  115,000  10,000  27,000   –  48,000
New Hampshire  134,000  121,000   –  4,000  7,000  13,000
North Carolina  1,148,000  646,000  327,000  93,000  82,000  502,000
Oklahoma  515,000  309,000  38,000  46,000  122,000  206,000
Pennsylvania1  1,134,000  801,000  185,000  105,000  43,000  332,000
South Carolina  595,000  364,000  199,000   –   –  231,000
South Dakota  90,000  63,000   –  6,000   –  27,000
Tennessee  90,000  479,000  151,000  38,000   –  205,000
Texas  3,872,000  1,243,000  465,000  1,989,000  175,000  2,629,000
Utah  276,000  198,000   –  49,000  25,000  78,000
Virginia  766,000  414,000  217,000  71,000  65,000  352,000
Wisconsin2  448,000  324,000  48,000  37,000  38,000  124,000
Wyoming  75,000  60,000   –  8,000   –  15,000
“–” = Sample size is not sufficient for a reliable estimate. Data exclude undocumented immigrants.
Indiana and Pennsylvania have pending waivers for Medicaid expansion plans that would be implemented post-2014. Wisconsin amended its Medicaid state plan and existing 1115 waiver to cover adults up to 100% FPL in Medicaid but did not adopt the expansion.
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis based on 2014 Medicaid eligibility levels and 2012-2013 Current Population Survey. See Methods Box for more detail.
APPENDIX TABLE 2: Uninsured Rates Among Nonelderly Adults by Race/Ethnicity and State, 2011-2012
All Races/ Ethnicities White Black Hispanic Other All People of Color
United States 19% 15% 25% 33% 20% 27%
MOVING FORWARD WITH MEDICAID EXPANSION AT THIS TIME (26 states, including DC)
Arizona 20% 14% 24% 32% 24% 30%
Arkansas 25% 23% 33% 42%  – 34%
California 22% 15% 23% 32% 19% 27%
Colorado 18% 15% 27% 31% 18% 28%
Connecticut 10% 8% 16% 19% 9% 16%
Delaware 12% 10% 14% 24% 14% 16%
District of Columbia 10% 5% 13% 15%  – 13%
Hawaii 11% 12%  – 14% 10% 10%
Illinois 18% 14% 27% 31% 17% 26%
Iowa 14% 13% 19% 26% 19% 22%
Kentucky 20% 19% 28% 39% 24% 29%
Maryland 15% 12% 17% 31% 15% 19%
Massachusetts 4% 4%  – 7%  – 5%
Michigan 16% 15% 22% 30% 13% 21%
Minnesota 11% 9% 19% 25% 20% 20%
Nevada 27% 23% 33% 36% 26% 32%
New Jersey 18% 12% 26% 30% 23% 27%
New Mexico 28% 19%  – 31% 48% 35%
New York 15% 11% 19% 22% 17% 19%
North Dakota 14% 10%  – 31% 39% 37%
Ohio 17% 16% 24% 38% 25% 26%
Oregon 20% 18%  – 39% 16% 26%
Rhode Island 16% 13% 24% 32% 17% 27%
Vermont 11% 10% 16%  – 14% 15%
Washington 18% 16% 24% 35% 19% 25%
West Virginia 20% 20% 34%  –  – 29%
NOT MOVING FORWARD WITH MEDICAID EXPANSION AT THIS TIME (25 states)
Alabama 18% 16% 22% 46%  – 23%
Alaska 23% 19% 16% 22% 36% 31%
Florida 27% 21% 33% 37% 28% 34%
Georgia 24% 19% 30% 38% 30% 31%
Idaho 21% 18%  – 46% 32% 41%
Indiana1 18% 16% 26% 22% 30% 26%
Kansas 17% 15% 21% 40% 20% 27%
Louisiana 27% 19% 39% 48%  – 40%
Maine 14% 14% 29%  –  – 15%
Mississippi 22% 17% 29% 33% 19% 29%
Missouri 18% 16% 32% 26% 26% 30%
Montana 26% 24%  – 23% 51% 43%
Nebraska 16% 13% 24% 31%  – 28%
New Hampshire 17% 16%  – 23% 26% 26%
North Carolina 21% 18% 27% 43% 23% 28%
Oklahoma 24% 21% 25% 39% 31% 31%
Pennsylvania1 15% 13% 23% 27% 17% 23%
South Carolina 21% 20% 25% 37%  – 25%
South Dakota 19% 15% 37% 40% 44% 42%
Tennessee 18% 17% 24% 37%  – 24%
Texas 27% 18% 26% 41% 22% 35%
Utah 18% 15%  – 36% 34% 34%
Virginia 17% 13% 25% 34% 18% 24%
Wisconsin2 13% 11% 26% 25% 24% 25%
Wyoming 22% 20% 47% 29% 40% 34%
“–” = Sample size is not sufficient for a reliable estimate. Data exclude undocumented immigrants.
Indiana and Pennsylvania have pending waivers for Medicaid expansion plans that would be implemented post-2014.
Wisconsin amended its Medicaid state plan and existing 1115 waiver to cover adults up to 100% FPL in Medicaid but did not adopt the expansion.
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis based on 2014 Medicaid eligibility levels and 2012-2013 Current Population Survey. See Methods Box for more detail.
APPENDIX TABLE 3: Nonelderly Uninsured Adults with Income <138% FPL by Race/Ethnicity and State, 2011-2012
All Races/ Ethnicities White Black Hispanic Other All People of Color
United States  16,319,000  7,642,000  3,301,000  4,126,000  1,249,000  8,677,000
MOVING FORWARD WITH MEDICAID EXPANSION AT THIS TIME (26 states, including DC)
Arizona  339,000  98,000  29,000  175,000   –  240,000
Arkansas  236,000  151,000  61,000  16,000  8,000  85,000
California  2,206,000  613,000  175,000  1,128,000  290,000  1,593,000
Colorado  247,000  148,000  8,000  79,000  11,000  99,000
Connecticut  72,000  33,000  17,000  19,000   –  39,000
Delaware  26,000  14,000  7,000  4,000  1,000  12,000
District of Columbia  18,000  3,000  11,000   –   –  14,000
Hawaii  47,000  10,000  1,000  7,000  29,000  37,000
Illinois  632,000  288,000  179,000  130,000  35,000  344,000
Iowa  113,000  91,000  6,000  9,000  7,000  22,000
Kentucky  292,000  236,000  32,000  14,000  9,000  55,000
Maryland  199,000  79,000  77,000  22,000  20,000  119,000
Massachusetts  61,000  47,000  4,000  10,000  1,000  14,000
Michigan  426,000  289,000  83,000  34,000   –  136,000
Minnesota  132,000  82,000  17,000  10,000  22,000  49,000
Nevada  207,000  86,000  26,000  65,000  30,000  121,000
New Jersey  337,000  109,000  81,000  113,000  34,000  227,000
New Mexico  153,000  50,000  1,000  71,000  31,000  103,000
New York  705,000  271,000  159,000  200,000  75,000  434,000
North Dakota  23,000  11,000   –   –  10,000  12,000
Ohio  590,000  417,000  119,000  32,000  22,000  172,000
Oregon  215,000  154,000  4,000  43,000  14,000  61,000
Rhode Island  44,000  26,000  4,000  12,000  2,000  18,000
Vermont  13,000  12,000 0 0  1,000  1,000
Washington  355,000  216,000  21,000  55,000  63,000  139,000
West Virginia  112,000  103,000   –   –   –  9,000
NOT MOVING FORWARD WITH MEDICAID EXPANSION AT THIS TIME (25 states)
Alabama  300,000  170,000  108,000   –   –  130,000
Alaska  43,000  22,000  1,000  2,000  17,000  20,000
Florida  1,307,000  550,000  341,000  369,000  46,000  757,000
Georgia  676,000  269,000  314,000  46,000  48,000  407,000
Idaho  91,000  59,000   –  24,000  8,000  33,000
Indiana1  319,000 233,000  48,000  20,000   – 86,000
Kansas  142,000  95,000  12,000  24,000  11,000  47,000
Louisiana  401,000  157,000  203,000   –   –  244,000
Maine  42,000  38,000  2,000 0  1,000  3,000
Mississippi  221,000  79,000  134,000   –   –  142,000
Missouri  313,000  213,000  75,000  11,000  15,000  101,000
Montana  70,000  56,000   –   –   –   –
Nebraska  62,000  35,000  5,000  16,000  7,000  27,000
New Hampshire  48,000  43,000  1,000  1,000  2,000  4,000
North Carolina  549,000  264,000  186,000  52,000  48,000  285,000
Oklahoma  219,000  129,000  23,000  18,000  50,000  90,000
Pennsylvania1  496,000  318,000  100,000  58,000  20,000  178,000
South Carolina  322,000  167,000  136,000   –   –  155,000
South Dakota  45,000  27,000  1,000  2,000  15,000  18,000
Tennessee  339,000  224,000  89,000   –   –  115,000
Texas  1,849,000  465,000  253,000  1,065,000  66,000  1,384,000
Utah  103,000  67,000   –  23,000   –  35,000
Virginia  343,000  183,000  110,000  26,000  24,000  159,000
Wisconsin2  193,000  119,000  27,000  27,000  20,000  74,000
Wyoming  29,000  21,000   –  4,000   –   –
“–” = Sample size is not sufficient for a reliable estimate. Data exclude undocumented immigrants.
Indiana and Pennsylvania have pending waivers for Medicaid expansion plans that would be implemented post-2014.
Wisconsin amended its Medicaid state plan and existing 1115 waiver to cover adults up to 100% FPL in Medicaid but did not adopt the expansion.
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis based on 2014 Medicaid eligibility levels and 2012-2013 Current Population Survey. See Methods Box for more detail.

The Impact of the Coverage Gap in States not Expanding Medicaid by Race and Ethnicity