Health Insurance Coverage in America, 2010
Over 49 million people in the United States had no health insurance coverage in 2010—more than one in every six (18.5%) of the population under age 65. Having a clear picture of who the uninsured are is fundamental to addressing this nation-wide problem.
This slideshow provides figures and tables on the uninsured and health insurance coverage for the following subpopulations: nonelderly, children, nonelderly adults and working adults. Figures are provided for important social, economic, and health status determinates of health insurance coverage, including age, gender, family income and work status, education, race/ethnicity, household type, citizenship and health status.
also of interest
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- How Have State Medicaid Expansion Decisions Affected the Experiences of Low-Income Adults? Perspectives from Ohio, Arkansas, and Missouri