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Health Care Maps—Health Insurance


Counties with the highest percentages were located primarily in Alaska, the South Atlantic, the Lower Mississippi River, Appalachia, the Southwest, and the Pacific West. The frequency distribution indicates that for the majority of counties, the percentage of the population without health insurance coverage was between 5% and 25%.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Small Area Health Insurance Estimates Program
Note: People are considered uninsured if they were not covered by any type of health insurance for the entire year.
* Categories defined according to quintile cutpoints.


To view this map in a larger format, click HERE [PDF–1MB].

 
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