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Health Insurance Coverage: Early Release of Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, January–September 2016 Table XVI. Percentages (and standard errors) of persons who lacked health insurance coverage, had public health plan coverage, and had private health insurance coverage at the time of interview, by age group and selected states: United States, January–September 2016 —Continued Age group and selected states 1 Uninsured 2 at the time of interview Public health plan coverage 3 Private health insurance coverage 4 Under 65 years All states 5 10.3 (0.32) 26.6 (0.46) 64.8 (0.56) Alabama 11.5 (1.99) 25.9 (2.61) 64.6 (3.85) Arizona 12.9 (2.01) 31.6 (2.65) 57.2 (3.82) California 8.0 (0.59) 32.1 (1.91) 61.0 (2.14) Colorado 8.7 (1.64) 30.4 (2.56) 62.7 (3.63) Connecticut *4.2 (1.31) 31.5 (2.89) 64.6 (4.01) Florida 16.3 (0.79) 25.3 (1.33) 59.4 (1.45) Georgia 15.2 (2.05) 20.1 (1.97) 65.8 (3.63) Hawaii *2.7 (0.94) 27.1 (2.47) 71.8 (3.37) Idaho 11.7 (1.83) 24.2 (2.32) 66.5 (3.46) Illinois 7.1 (1.09) 23.2 (1.00) 71.7 (1.88) Indiana 8.9 (1.57) 22.1 (2.19) 70.7 (3.25) Iowa 4.8 (1.28) 27.8 (2.57) 69.2 (3.57) Kansas 8.2 (1.73) 24.1 (2.58) 70.0 (3.73) Kentucky 7.6 (1.75) 37.1 (3.05) 57.3 (4.22) Maryland 6.1 (1.62) 25.5 (2.81) 69.5 (4.01) Massachusetts *3.7 (1.24) 29.1 (2.86) 70.7 (3.87) Michigan 7.8 (1.36) 27.2 (2.90) 67.7 (3.65) Minnesota 6.7 (1.36) 14.5 (1.83) 80.2 (2.79) Mississippi 15.2 (2.36) 34.2 (2.97) 52.1 (4.23) Nebraska 11.9 (1.96) 15.8 (2.11) 73.5 (3.45) Nevada 12.4 (1.86) 27.0 (2.40) 62.4 (3.53) New Jersey 9.4 (1.56) 29.0 (2.32) 63.9 (3.32) New Mexico 14.0 (2.27) 46.9 (3.12) 41.1 (4.16) New York 6.5 (0.88) 26.6 (0.51) 68.7 (1.34) North Carolina 12.7 (1.16) 24.7 (2.93) 64.2 (3.36) Ohio 7.8 (1.19) 28.3 (2.01) 65.7 (2.48) Oklahoma 18.9 (2.37) 29.1 (2.63) 53.9 (3.89) Oregon 10.6 (1.76) 26.9 (2.43) 64.0 (3.56) Pennsylvania 8.7 (1.80) 26.8 (2.44) 66.7 (3.53) Rhode Island 4.2 (1.20) 16.7 (2.13) 82.2 (2.95) South Carolina 12.5 (2.12) 29.3 (2.80) 60.7 (4.05) Tennessee 10.3 (1.91) 31.8 (2.80) 61.8 (3.95) Texas 20.2 (1.57) 23.2 (0.47) 57.7 (1.86) Utah 7.9 (1.38) 9.9 (1.46) 82.5 (2.51) Virginia 10.1 (1.58) 26.7 (2.21) 64.6 (3.23) Washington 6.2 (1.43) 25.6 (2.48) 71.0 (3.48) West Virginia 6.7 (1.71) 37.4 (3.16) 58.2 (4.35) Wisconsin 6.0 (1.36) 23.1 (2.32) 72.4 (3.32) See footnotes at end of table. Page |A22 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ● Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ● National Center for Health Statistics ● Released 2/2017

Health Insurance Coverage: Early Release of Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, January–September 2016 Table XVI. Percentages (and standard errors) of persons who lacked health insurance coverage, had public health plan coverage, and had private health insurance coverage at the time of interview, by age group and selected states: United States, January–September 2016 —Continued Age group and selected states 1 Uninsured 2 at the time of interview Public health plan coverage 3 Private health insurance coverage 4 0–17 years All states 5 5.0 (0.36) 43.4 (0.81) 53.5 (0.91) Arizona 12.1 (2.97) 42.8 (4.38) 45.8 (5.06) California 4.5 (1.05) 47.8 (3.06) 49.1 (3.59) Colorado † 49.1 (4.60) 50.3 (5.28) Florida 7.2 (0.89) 46.9 (2.08) 46.6 (2.07) Georgia *5.3 (2.29) 43.8 (3.45) 52.0 (5.02) Hawaii † 38.2 (4.27) 61.6 (4.90) Idaho *4.0 (1.64) 44.5 (4.07) 53.6 (4.69) Illinois *1.5 (0.72) 37.2 (3.73) 63.6 (3.79) Indiana † 36.9 (4.06) 62.8 (4.66) Iowa † 49.7 (4.63) 51.6 (5.31) Kansas *4.4 (1.94) 42.5 (4.57) 56.2 (5.26) Michigan *3.3 (1.29) 36.5 (4.88) 63.7 (4.42) Minnesota *3.6 (1.73) 20.3 (3.65) 78.0 (4.32) Nebraska *8.7 (2.62) 28.1 (4.06) 65.6 (4.93) Nevada *5.8 (2.14) 45.7 (4.44) 51.5 (5.11) New Jersey *4.7 (1.71) 46.7 (3.95) 52.0 (4.54) New York *3.8 (1.61) 36.4 (1.27) 61.2 (2.30) North Carolina 4.2 (1.00) 47.4 (5.15) 49.4 (4.27) Ohio *3.6 (1.17) 41.1 (4.54) 57.1 (5.43) Oklahoma 9.3 (2.58) 52.8 (4.31) 39.9 (4.85) Pennsylvania *8.0 (2.74) 42.2 (3.29) 52.8 (4.14) Texas 9.9 (1.28) 46.8 (1.27) 44.4 (1.87) Utah *2.7 (1.20) 15.3 (2.57) 82.0 (3.15) Virginia † 48.7 (4.32) 50.1 (4.96) Wisconsin *3.7 (1.76) 34.2 (4.33) 64.2 (5.02) See footnotes at end of table. Page |A23 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ● Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ● National Center for Health Statistics ● Released 2/2017

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