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PECENT OF PEOPLE WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE BY STATE, 2011 (1)
State Percent Rank (2) State Percent Rank (2)
Alabama 14.3% 25 Montana 18.3% 8
Alaska 20.1 4 Nebraska 11.4 35
Arizona 17.2 12 Nevada 21.9 2
Arkansas 17.1 13 New Hampshire 10.5 39
California 18.1 9 New Jersey 13.1 28
Colorado 15.1 20 New Mexico 19.8 5
Connecticut 8.8 46 New York 11.4 35
Delaware 9.4 43 North Carolina 16.3 16
D.C. 6.9 49 North Dakota 9.8 42
Florida 20.9 3 Ohio 11.9 32
Georgia 19.6 6 Oklahoma 18.7 7
Hawaii 7.1 48 Oregon 15.7 17
Idaho 16.5 15 Pennsylvania 10.1 41
Illinois 13.1 28 Rhode Island 10.8 37
Indiana 14.5 23 South Carolina 16.7 14
Iowa 8.9 45 South Dakota 11.9 32
Kansas 12.6 30 Tennessee 14.6 22
Kentucky 14.4 24 Texas 23.0 1
Louisiana 17.5 11 Utah 15.3 19
Maine 10.7 38 Vermont 6.6 50
Maryland 10.4 40 Virginia 12.5 31
Massachusetts 4.3 51 Washington 14.2 26
Michigan 11.8 34 West Virginia 14.9 21
Minnesota 8.8 46 Wisconsin 9.0 44
Mississippi 17.7 10 Wyoming 15.4 18
Missouri 13.7 27 United States 15.1%  

(1) Includes private coverage from an employer or purchased by an individual and government coverage including Medicare, Medicaid, military healthcare, the State Children’s Health Insurance Program and individual state health plans. People were considered insured if they were covered by any coverage for part or all of the previous calendar year.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same rank.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau; American Community Survey.

 
PERCENT OF PEOPLE WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE BY STATE, 2006-2008 AVERAGE (1)
State Percent Rank (2) State Percent Rank (2)
Alabama 13.0% 29 Montana 16.3% 16
Alaska 18.2 9 Nebraska 12.5 31
Arizona 19.6 5 Nevada 18.5 7
Arkansas 17.6 11 New Hampshire 10.7 40
California 18.5 7 New Jersey 15.1 18
Colorado 16.5 15 New Mexico 23.0 2
Connecticut 9.6 46 New York 13.8 25
Delaware 11.4 36 North Carolina 16.6 14
D.C. 10.4 41 North Dakota 11.4 36
Florida 20.5 3 Ohio 11.1 39
Georgia 17.7 10 Oklahoma 16.9 13
Hawaii 8.1 50 Oregon 17.0 12
Idaho 15.0 19 Pennsylvania 9.8 44
Illinois 13.4 27 Rhode Island 10.4 41
Indiana 11.8 33 South Carolina 16.1 17
Iowa 9.8 44 South Dakota 11.5 35
Kansas 12.4 32 Tennessee 14.4 22
Kentucky 15.0 19 Texas 24.9 1
Louisiana 20.1 4 Utah 14.5 21
Maine 9.5 47 Vermont 10.2 43
Maryland 13.2 28 Virginia 13.5 26
Massachusetts 7.1 51 Washington 11.8 33
Michigan 11.3 38 West Virginia 14.2 23
Minnesota 8.7 49 Wisconsin 8.9 48
Mississippi 19.1 6 Wyoming 13.9 24
Missouri 12.8 30 United States 15.5%  

(1) Includes private coverage from an employer or purchased by an individual and government coverage including Medicare, Medicaid, military health care, the State Children's Health Insurance Program and individual state plans. People were considered insured if they were covered by any coverage for part or all of the previous calendar year.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same ranking.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau.

 
PERCENT OF PEOPLE WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE BY STATE, 2007-2009 AVERAGE (1)
State Percent Rank (2) State Percent Rank (2)
Alabama 13.6% 26 Montana 15.7% 17
Alaska 18.6 7 Nebraska 12.2 35
Arizona 19.1 4 Nevada 18.9 5
Arkansas 17.7 11 New Hampshire 10.4 43
California 18.9 5 New Jersey 15.2 19
Colorado 15.9 16 New Mexico 22.6 2
Connecticut 10.5 42 New York 14.0 24
D.C. 10.6 41 North Carolina 16.6 13
Delaware 11.8 38 North Dakota 10.8 40
Florida 20.9 3 Ohio 12.5 33
Georgia 18.6 7 Oklahoma 16.6 13
Hawaii 7.8 50 Oregon 16.9 12
Idaho 14.9 20 Pennsylvania 10.3 44
Illinois 13.7 25 Rhode Island 11.6 39
Indiana 12.6 32 South Carolina 16.4 15
Iowa 10.0 46 South Dakota 12.0 37
Kansas 12.7 31 Tennessee 14.9 20
Kentucky 15.3 18 Texas 25.5 1
Louisiana 18.2 9 Utah 13.6 26
Maine 9.8 47 Vermont 10.1 45
Maryland 13.2 30 Virginia 13.4 29
Massachusetts 5.1 51 Washington 12.2 35
Michigan 12.4 34 West Virginia 14.4 22
Minnesota 8.6 49 Wisconsin 9.1 48
Mississippi 18.1 10 Wyoming 14.3 23
Missouri 13.5 28 United States 15.8%  

(1) Includes private coverage from an employer or purchased by an individual and government coverage including Medicare, Medicaid, military healthcare, the State Children's Health Insurance Program and individual state plans. People were considered insured if they were covered by any coverage for part or all of the previous calendar year.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same ranking.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey.

 
PERCENT OF PEOPLE WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE BY STATE, 2010 (1)
State Percent Rank (2) State Percent Rank (2)
Alabama 14.6% 23 Montana 17.3% 14
Alaska 19.9 4 Nebraska 11.5 37
Arizona 16.9 16 Nevada 22.6 2
Arkansas 17.5 12 New Hampshire 11.1 39
California 18.5 8 New Jersey 13.2 29
Colorado 15.9 18 New Mexico 19.6 6
Connecticut 9.1 46 New York 11.9 36
Delaware 9.7 43 North Carolina 16.8 17
D.C. 7.6 50 North Dakota 9.8 42
Florida 21.3 3 Ohio 12.3 34
Georgia 19.7 5 Oklahoma 18.9 7
Hawaii 7.9 49 Oregon 17.1 15
Idaho 17.7 11 Pennsylvania 10.2 40
Illinois 13.8 28 Rhode Island 12.2 35
Indiana 14.8 22 South Carolina 17.5 12
Iowa 9.3 45 South Dakota 12.4 32
Kansas 13.9 27 Tennessee 14.4 25
Kentucky 15.3 19 Texas 23.7 1
Louisiana 17.8 10 Utah 15.3 19
Maine 10.1 41 Vermont 8.0 48
Maryland 11.3 38 Virginia 13.1 31
Massachusetts 4.4 51 Washington 14.2 26
Michigan 12.4 32 West Virginia 14.6 23
Minnesota 9.1 46 Wisconsin 9.4 44
Mississippi 18.2 9 Wyoming 14.9 21
Missouri 13.2 29 United States 15.5%  

(1) Includes private coverage from an employer or purchased by an individual and government coverage including Medicare, Medicaid, military healthcare, the State Children's Health Insurance Program and individual state health plans. People were considered insured if they were covered by any coverage for part or all of the previous calendar year.
(2) States with the same percentages receive the same rank.

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, American Community Survey.