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The Coverage Gap: Uninsured Poor Adults in States that Do Not Expand Medicaid

2.9 million

No. of people in the coverage gap in the 19 states that have not expanded Medicaid

Data Portrait

Health and Health Coverage in the South

Southerners as a group are generally more likely than those in the rest of the nation to have certain chronic illnesses and to experience worse health outcomes.


Who Is Impacted by the Coverage Gap in States that Have Not Adopted the Medicaid Expansion?

An estimated 2.9 million nonelderly adults fall into the coverage gap, most of whom reside in the South.

Uninsured Men: Who Are They and How Can They Be Enrolled in Coverage?

In 2014, 14.7 million nonelderly adult men were uninsured, or slightly more than half of remaining uninsured adults.

A Primer on the Uninsured

32 Million

About 32 million nonelderly people in the U.S. were without health insurance in 2014, down nearly 9 million since 2013.

Issue Brief

On-the-Ground Experiences from Five States

What can we learn from Colorado, Kentucky, Utah, Virginia, and Washington?

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