Description: An estimated 14% of the U.S. populations lacked health insurance coverage in 2000, down from 14.3% in 1999. When examined by state, estimates of the percent uninsured ranged from a low of 5.9% in Rhode Island to a high of 23.8% in New Mexico. Generally, states in the Midwest and New England have lower rates of uninsured, while states in the Southwestern portion of the nation have higher shares of their populations without coverage.
Date: January 11, 2002
Creator: Morgan, Paulette C.
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