Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009

Roughly 85% of Americans were covered by health insurance in 2009. The insured were more likely to be white or Asian; more educated; higher income; elderly; and female. The uninsured, about 15% of the population, were more likely to be African American or Hispanic; less educated; lower income; non-elderly adult; and male. In general, the uninsured are more likely to report problems getting needed medical care and to be hospitalized for avoidable health problems.

This report employs the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2009 American Community Survey (ACS) to describe health insurance coverage and provide estimates of coverage by type of coverage at the national, state, and congressional district level. The ACS survey has a sample of more than 2 million respondents and solicits health insurance coverage information as of the date of the survey. The sample is large enough to provide accurate estimates of coverage at the congressional district level at a point in time. As this report details, there are considerable differences across states, within states, and across demographic groups in the proportion of insured and their sources of coverage.

Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 name redacted Specialist in Health Care Financing May 3, 2011 Congressional Research Service 7-.... www.crs.gov R41804 CRS Report for Congress Prepared for Members and Committees of Congress Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Summary Roughly 85% of Americans were covered by health insurance in 2009. The insured were more likely to be white or Asian; more educated; higher income; elderly; and female. The uninsured, about 15% of the population, were more likely to be African American or Hispanic; less educated; lower income; non-elderly adult; and male. In general, the uninsured are more likely to report problems getting needed medical care and to be hospitalized for avoidable health problems. This report employs the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2009 American Community Survey (ACS) to describe health insurance coverage and provide estimates of coverage by type of coverage at the national, state, and congressional district level. The ACS survey has a sample of more than 2 million respondents and solicits health insurance coverage information as of the date of the survey. The sample is large enough to provide accurate estimates of coverage at the congressional district level at a point in time. As this report details, there are considerable differences across states, within states, and across demographic groups in the proportion of insured and their sources of coverage. Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Contents Background ................................................................................................................................1 Health Insurance Coverage in 2009 .......................................................................................1 Methodology...............................................................................................................................3 The Survey Question.............................................................................................................4 The ACS and Other Surveys of the Uninsured .......................................................................4 Insurance Coverage: National Analysis 2009...............................................................................5 Tables Table 1. Insurance Coverage in the United States, 2009 ...............................................................6 Table 2. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States by Age – 2009 ......................................7 Table 3. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States by Age, Gender and Employment Status ..................................................................................................................8 Table 4. Type of Health Insurance Coverage by State - 2009........................................................9 Table 5. Type of Health Insurance Coverage (Ages 18 – 64) By Gender, by State ...................... 13 Table A-1. Alabama: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 16 Table A-2. Alaska: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 17 Table A-3. Arizona: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 18 Table A-4. Arkansas: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 19 Table A-5. California: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 20 Table A-6. Colorado: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 23 Table A-7. Connecticut: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 24 Table A-8.Delaware: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 25 Table A-9. District of Columbia; Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 26 Table A-10. Florida: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 27 Table A-11. Georgia: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 29 Table A-12. Hawaii: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 30 Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Table A-13. Idaho: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 31 Table A-14. Illinois: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 32 Table A-15. Indiana: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 34 Table A-16. Iowa: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 35 Table A-17. Kansas: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 36 Table A-18. Kentucky: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 37 Table A-19. Louisiana: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 38 Table A-20. Maine: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 39 Table A-21. Maryland: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 40 Table A-22. Massachusetts: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 41 Table A-23. Michigan: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 42 Table A-24. Minnesota: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 43 Table A-25. Mississippi: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 44 Table A-26. Missouri: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 45 Table A-27. Montana: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 46 Table A-28. Nebraska: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 47 Table A-29. Nevada: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 48 Table A-30. New Hampshire Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 49 Table A-31. New Jersey: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 50 Table A-32. New Mexico: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 51 Table A-33. New York: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 52 Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Table A-34. North Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 54 Table A-35. North Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 55 Table A-36. Ohio: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 56 Table A-37. Oklahoma: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 58 Table A-38. Oregon: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 59 Table A-39. Pennsylvania: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 60 Table A-40. Rhode Island: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 62 Table A-41. South Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 63 Table A-42. South Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 64 Table A-43. Tennessee: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 65 Table A-44. Texas: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 66 Table A-45. Utah: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 68 Table A-46. Vermont: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 69 Table A-47. Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 70 Table A-48. Washington: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 71 Table A-49. West Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 .............................................................................................................. 72 Table A-50. Wisconsin: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 73 Table A-51. Wyoming: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009........................................................................................................................... 74 Appendixes Appendix. State and District Tables ........................................................................................... 16 Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Contacts Author Contact Information ...................................................................................................... 75 Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Background The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, P.L. 111-148, as amended) was designed, in part, to expand access to health insurance. For instance, beginning with renewals from September 23, 2010, PPACA provides that dependent children up to age 26 can remain on their parent’s health insurance generally beginning with the next subsequent renewal. Beginning in 2014, or sooner at state option, PPACA requires states to expand Medicaid to certain individuals who are under age 65 with income up to 133% of the federal poverty level (FPL). This reform not only expands eligibility to a group that is not currently eligible for Medicaid (low income childless adults), but also raises Medicaid’s mandatory income eligibility level for certain existing groups to 133% of the FPL.1 The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and Joint Committee on Taxation estimated that the coverage expansion provisions in the health reform law would result in a Medicaid enrollment increase, over what otherwise would have been the case, of approximately 16 million individuals by FY2019.2 Under PPACA, states are to establish health insurance exchanges that provide eligible individuals and small businesses with access to health insurance. In addition, certain individuals with incomes greater than 133% of FPL up to 400% of FPL are eligible for premium tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies. CBO estimates that 24 million individuals will obtain health insurance through an exchange and 5 million more will obtain their insurance through their employer’s participation in an exchange. While some individuals who are currently privately insured will be covered through an exchange in the future, CBO estimated that, on net, PPACA will reduce the number of uninsured by 32 million by 2019, leaving 23 million (or 6%) of non-elderly Americans uninsured.3 Health Insurance Coverage in 2009 Roughly 85% of Americans were covered by health insurance in 2009.4 The insured were more likely to be5 • white or Asian; • more educated; • higher income; 1 PPACA extended Medicaid coverage of children 6 through 18 up to 133% of FPL but the subsequent Medicare and Medicaid Extenders Act of 2010 (P.L. 111-309) deferred this expansion until 2014. For individuals whose income will be determined using the new income counting rules, the law also specifies that an income disregard in the amount of 5% FPL be deducted from an individual’s income when determining Medicaid eligibility. This income counting rule effectively raises the upper income eligibility threshold for the new Medicaid eligibility group to 138% FPL. 2 Congressional Budget Office, letter to Honorable Nancy Pelosi, March 20, 2010, available at http://www.cbo.gov/ doc.cfm?index=11379. 3 Ibid. 4 While the actual proportion of insured and uninsured, as well as estimates of coverage type, vary from survey to survey, the various federally sponsored surveys provide consistent and reliable estimates over time. See Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Understanding Estimates of the Uninsured: Putting the Differences in Context , Department of Health and Human Services, ASPE Issue Brief, Washington, DC, September 2005, http://aspe.hhs.gov/health/reports/05/uninsured-understanding-ib/index.htm. 5 Congressional Research Service analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey (ACS). Congressional Research Service 1 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 • elderly; and • female. The uninsured, about 15% of the population, were more likely to be6 • African American or Hispanic; • less educated; • lower income; • non-elderly adult; and • male. In general, the uninsured were more likely to • report problems getting needed medical care, and • be hospitalized for avoidable health problems. As this report details, there are considerable differences across states, within states, and across demographic groups in the proportion of insured and their sources of coverage. The Medicare program has effectively provided health insurance to almost all elderly Americans, while the Medicaid program and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program have expanded health insurance coverage to certain low-income families and children, among others. State policies to expand health insurance coverage, including through Medicaid waivers, account for some of the differences across states in the proportion of uninsured. 7 For instance, Vermont has extended Medicaid benefits to childless adults with incomes up to 150% of the federal poverty level (FPL) and only 8.6% of the state’s population was uninsured in 2009.8 Similarly, state policies such as employer or personal mandates to purchase health insurance in Hawaii and Massachusetts further explain some of the differences. The explanation for variations in health insurance coverage among working adults is complex since it must consider decisions on the part of employers to offer coverage and decisions regarding the nature of the coverage, including cost sharing, if insurance is offered. In addition, it needs to take into consideration employees’ decisions to purchase insurance. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, 61% of the non-elderly population received employer-sponsored health insurance in 2009.9 While employer-based health insurance is nearly universally offered by large employers (over 200 employees), only 59% of small firms (three to nine employees) offered health insurance.10 Thus, the working uninsured, poor, and unemployed who are not otherwise 6 Congressional Research Service analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey (ACS); The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, The Uninsured: A Primer, Washington, DC, October 2009, http://www.kff.org/ uninsured/upload/7451-05.pdf. 7 For additional background on Medicaid waivers, see CRS Report RL33202, Medicaid: A Primer, by (name redacted). 8 See Kaiser State Health Facts – Income Eligibility – Childless Adults. http://www.statehealthfacts.org/ comparetable.jsp?ind=749&cat=4. 9 Jonathan Gruber, The Tax Exclusion For Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance, National Bureau Of Economic Research, Working Paper 15766, Cambridge, MA, February 2010, http://www.nber.org/papers/w15766 citing Kaiser Family Foundation. 10 Smaller firms also tend to have higher employee contributions to premiums and less generous benefits. See Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research & Educational Trust, Employer Health Benefits: 2010 Summary of Findings, (continued...) Congressional Research Service 2 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 eligible for a public program, covered under a family member’s policy, or cannot afford coverage are relegated either to the individual market, which can be more expensive, or do without coverage. To understand those who are employed and have health insurance, one needs to understand the decision-making process that firms engage in when deciding whether to offer employees health insurance and how to share these costs. While many policy analysts have focused on the tax treatment of health insurance premiums as one impetus for employer provided health insurance, other factors such as local labor market conditions and company image are also likely to play a role in these decisions. Even if one is employed and works for a firm that offers health insurance, there is a further set of calculations that employees make regarding whether to take up the offer of health insurance. These considerations include one’s current health status, one’s expectation of future health insurance requirements, cost (including cost sharing of the premium, deductibles, and coinsurance), and the availability of other benefits through Section 125 cafeteria plans (where employees can personalize benefits from a set of offerings). In 2005, it was estimated that about 7% of those who are offered employer health insurance were actually uninsured. 11 All of these factors, in addition to others, will affect the proportion of working aged Americans with or without health insurance. This report analyzes health insurance coverage in the United State in 2009 using the American Community Survey. After a brief methodological section, the body of this report consists of a series of national and state tables detailing health insurance coverage and coverage by age, gender, and employment status. The Appendix to this report details coverage in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and by congressional district. The Appendix presents a table for each state and the District of Columbia. Methodology This report employs the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2009 American Community Survey (ACS) to describe health insurance coverage and provide estimates of coverage by type of coverage at the national, state, and congressional district level. 12 The survey is briefly described below and more fully documented at the U.S. Census Bureau’s website. 13 The ACS is representative of the civilian non-institutionalized population and is designed to produce reliable estimates of coverage and the number of uninsured at the time of the survey. Respondents in the 2009 survey were sampled between January 1 and December 31, 2009. The ACS is a mailout/mailback survey with telephone and in-person nonresponse follow-up, conducted continuously throughout the year, with results consolidated to produce annual estimates using 90% confidence intervals. (...continued) 2010, http://ehbs.kff.org/pdf/2010/8086.pdf. 11 Jonathan Gruber and Ebonya Washington, “Subsidies to Employee Health Insurance Premiums and the Health Insurance Market,” Journal of Health Economics, vol. 24, no. 2 (2005), p. 590. 12 The 2009 American Community Survey dataset was released by the U.S. Census Bureau in October 2010. 13 http://www.census.gov/acs/www. Congressional Research Service 3 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 The Survey Question The ACS contains a single multipart question (question 16) addressing health insurance coverage. Respondents are asked to respond with respect to their current coverage as of the date they are surveyed. The question is replicated below. Someone who responds “no” to every item is characterized as uninsured. In addition, the survey question allows individuals to indicate if they have several forms of health insurance coverage. The survey question does not elicit information about changes in coverage over the course of the year. ACS Health Insurance Question 16. Is this person CURRENTLY covered by any of the following types of health insurance or health coverage plans? Mark “Yes” or “No” for EACH type of coverage for items a – h. Item Yes No Insurance through a current or former employer or union (of this person or another family member) [] [] b. Insurance purchased directly from an insurance company (by this person or another family member) [] [] c. Medicare, for people 65 or older, or people with certain disabilities [] [] d. Medicaid, Medical Assistance, or any kind of governmentassistance plan for those with low incomes or a disability [] [] e. TRICARE or other military health care [] [] f. VA (including those who have ever used or enrolled for VA health care) [] [] g. Indian Health Service [] [] h. Any other type of health insurance or health coverage plan – [] [] a. Specify ______________________________ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS and Other Surveys of the Uninsured There are several national surveys that estimate health insurance coverage including, among others, the Current Population Survey (CPS), the American Community Survey (ACS), and the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS). Each of these efforts have limitations—many of which have been well documented and acknowledged by the Census Bureau and other research organizations. 14 For example, the CPS and NHIS have historically undercounted Medicaid beneficiaries and estimates are less reliable for small states.15 14 See Thomas J. Plewes, Rapporteur National Research Council and National Research Council, “Federal Surveys,” in Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary, http://www.nap.edu/ catalog.php?record_id=13024 ed. (Washington , DC: National Academies Press, 2010). 15 U.S. Census Bureau, “Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2008,” Current Population Reports P60-236(RV), Washington, DC, 2009, at http://www.census.gov/prod/2009pubs/p60-236.pdf, p. 20 and p. 57. Congressional Research Service 4 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 The ACS, with a sample size of roughly 2 million completed surveys per year, allows for reasonably accurate estimates of areas with a population of 65,000 or more. Therefore, the ACS does a better job of reducing error associated with small sample size as compared to either the CPS or NHIS. However, regardless of the survey used, discrepancies exist between survey estimates and estimates based on state and national administrative data. The ACS is not without its limitations, including that16 • it is primarily a mail survey completed without the assistance of an interviewer; • there is a single health insurance question that uses an itemized list of coverage types; • the survey does not clearly delineate the coverage categories or clearly direct respondents that “direct purchase” of insurance should be completely independent of a current or former employer; and • the characterization of uninsured is not collected directly, rather uninsured status is derived from the answers to the various types of coverage and the result is not verified. Despite these limitations, the ACS produces results that are generally very similar to those obtained from other surveys and the larger sample size allows for reliable state and congressional district estimates of the uninsured.17 Insurance Coverage: National Analysis 2009 The total U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population in 2009 was estimated to be slightly more than 301 million. Roughly 85% of the U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population had one or more forms of insurance while 15.1%, or roughly 47.3 million, were uninsured.18 The most common form of insurance was employer provided (see Table 1). While the ACS details the multiplicity of insurance types an individual may possess, as alluded to above, the ACS is not a particularly good source of detailed information on Medicare and Medicaid coverage since beneficiaries of these programs may fit into multiple categories such as Medicare and Medicaid, other public combinations, and employer or direct purchase and Medicare. With the above caveat in mind, Medicaid beneficiaries are most likely, but not exclusively, to be found in the Medicaid, Medicare and Medicaid, and other public combinations categories. Medicare beneficiaries may be found in the Medicare, Medicare and Medicaid, Employer/Direct Purchase and Medicare, and two or more other combination categories. Table 2 presents insurance coverage by age and shows that employer provided health insurance was the single most common form of insurance for individuals under age 65. For those aged 65 16 Thomas J. Plewes, Rapporteur National Research Council and National Research Council, “Federal Surveys,” in Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary, http://www.nap.edu/ catalog.php?record_id=13024 ed. (Washington , DC: National Academies Press, 2010). 17 Ibid. 18 For a detailed discussion of the uninsured, see CRS Report R41621, The Uninsured by State and Congressional District, by (name redacted). Congressional Research Service 5 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 and above, the most common form of insurance was Medicare coupled with either an employer provided form of insurance or a Medicare supplemental policy (e.g., a Medigap policy). Table 1. Insurance Coverage in the United States, 2009 Number (in 1,000s) and Percent Covered by Type of Insurance One Type of Insurance Multiple Types of Insurance Coverage Medicaid TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer Provided and Direct Purchase Employer/ Direct Purchase and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other Public Combinations Two or More Other Combinations Uninsured 10,123 35,051 3,855 6,399 16,988 5,424 977 17,795 45,665 (3.4%) (11.6%) (1.3%) (2.1%) (5.6%) (1.8%) (0.3%) (5.9%) (15.1%) Employer Provided Direct purchase Medicare 142,563 16,634 (47.3%) (5.5%) Source: CRS analysis of the 2009 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. When analyzing age, gender, and employment status (see Table 3), the Census Bureau provides a slightly different breakout of insurance coverage than presented in Table 2. Table 3 shows: • women, age 18-64, were more likely to have employer provided insurance, direct purchase insurance, or Medicaid compared to comparably aged men; • employment status among those age 18-64 similarly had a strong relationship with type of insurance; • individuals employed full-time were over 50% more likely to have employer provided health insurance compared to those employed part-time; and • individuals who worked full-time were more than twice as likely to have employer provided health insurance as compared to those who did not work. Table 4 presents type of health insurance coverage by state. Key findings include: 19 • New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Minnesota had the highest reported percentages of employer-only health insurance—each at more than 56%; Florida, Mississippi, and New Mexico had the lowest percentage of survey respondents reporting employer-only health insurance; • North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, and Connecticut had the highest percentage of respondents reporting self-purchase health insurance only, while Arkansas, Delaware, and West Virginia had the lowest percentage of respondents reporting self-purchase health insurance only; • Alaska, Hawaii, and Virginia had the highest percentage of respondents reporting TRICARE/military or VA health insurance only, while Connecticut, New Jersey and Massachusetts had the lowest percent of respondents reporting TRICARE/ military or VA health insurance only; and • Massachusetts had the lowest rate of uninsured and Texas the highest.19 See CRS Report R41621, The Uninsured by State and Congressional District, by (name redacted). Congressional Research Service 6 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Table 2. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States by Age—2009 Number (in 1,000s) and Percent Covered HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE Under 18 Years 18 to 64 Years 65 Years and Over Employer-provided only Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Direct purchase only Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Medicare only Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Medicaid only Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) TRICARE, military health, or VA only Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Employer-provided and direct purchase coverage Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Employer/Direct Purchase and Medicare coverage Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Medicare and Medicaid coverage Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Other public only combinations Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Other coverage combinations Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) No health insurance coverage Percentage of age group (column %) Percentage by insurance type (row %) Total Percentage of age group (column %) 36,351 48.9% 25.5% 3,942 5.3% 23.7% 228 0.3% 2.3% 21,814 29.3% 62.2% 1,229 1.7 31.9% 1,355 1.8% 21.2% 19 0.0% 0.1% 159 0.2% 2.9% 10 0.0% 1.1% 2,882 3.9% 16.2% 6,369 8.6% 14.0% 74,358 100.0% 105,562 55.8% 74.0% 12,591 6.7% 75.7% 1,916 1.0% 18.9% 13,236 7.0% 37.8% 2,603 1.4% 67.5% 5,005 2.7% 78.2% 1,086 0.6% 6.4% 2,146 1.1% 39.6% 318 0.2% 32.6% 5,780 3.1% 32.5% 38,937 20.6% 85.3% 189,181 100.0% 651 1.7% 0.5% 101 0.3% 0.6% 7,979 21.0% 78.8% 0 0.0% 0.0% 23 0.1% 1.0% 39 0.1% 1.0% 15,883 41.9% 93.5% 3,118 8.2% 57.5% 648 1.7% 66.3% 9,133 24.1% 51.3% 358 0.9% 0.8% 37,932 100.0% All Ages 142,564 100% 16,633 100% 10,123 100% 35,051 100% 3,855 100% 6,399 100% 16,988 100% 5,424 100% 977 100% 17,795 100% 45,665 100% 301,472 Source: CRS analysis of the 2009 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Congressional Research Service 7 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Table 3. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States by Age, Gender and Employment Status Number (in 1,000s) and Percent Covered Gender Employment Status Male Female Full Time Part Time Did Not Work 93,185 95,996 94,719 55,706 38,757 Employer-provided only 60.4% 62.1% 78.1% 50.3% 35.9% Direct purchase only 10.2% 10.4% 8.7% 12.0% 11.7% Medicare only 3.3% 3.3% 0.3% 1.4% 13.4% Medicaid only 7.8% 11.7% 3.0% 10.2% 25.6% No health insurance coverage 23.1% 18.1% 13.7% 29.37% 25.0% Age 18 – 64 Population (in 1,000s) Health Insurance Coverage Gender Employment Status Male Female Full Time Part Time Did Not Work 16,319 21,614 2,751 4,581 30,601 Employer-provided only 42.4% 36.0% 63.3% 43.2% 35.8% Direct purchase only 35.8% 39.3% 27.4% 39.5% 38.5% Medicare only 96.6% 97.1% 83.3% 96.4% 98.2% Medicaid only 13.8% 16.8% 6.5% 9.1% 17.3% No health insurance coverage 1.0% 1.0% 1.6% 1.2% 0.9% Age 65 and Above Population (in 1,000s) Health Insurance Coverage Source: CRS analysis of the 2009 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Notes: Individuals can have more than one form of insurance. The Census Bureau does not provide greater detail regarding the form of health insurance coverage by either gender or employment status. Congressional Research Service 8 Table 4.Type of Health Insurance Coverage by State—2009 Single Source of Insurance Population Multiple Sources of Insurance Medicaid Employer/ Direct Purchase and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other Public Combinations Two or More Other Combinations State (1000s) Employer Direct Purchase US 301,472 47.29% 5.52% 3.36% 11.63% 1.28% 2.12% 5.64% 1.80% 0.32% 5.90% 15.15% AL 4,616,028 44.88% 5.21% 4.00% 12.08% 1.68% 2.26% 5.85% 2.29% 0.40% 7.57% 13.79% AK 678,081 43.29% 3.46% 1.69% 10.05% 5.66% 2.08% 2.98% 1.82% 0.36% 7.54% 21.09% AZ 6,501,531 41.50% 5.68% 3.84% 15.31% 1.43% 1.45% 5.29% 1.47% 0.49% 6.22% 17.33% AR 2,833,391 39.07% 5.03% 4.46% 14.66% 1.71% 1.88% 5.81% 2.55% 0.74% 7.07% 17.03% CA 36,376,938 44.22% 7.13% 3.17% 13.40% 0.89% 1.97% 4.27% 2.34% 0.22% 4.36% 18.03% CO 4,930,142 49.52% 8.16% 2.80% 8.44% 2.15% 1.79% 4.58% 1.09% 0.24% 5.46% 15.78% CT 3,456,856 56.34% 5.37% 3.17% 10.11% 0.49% 2.48% 6.60% 1.31% 0.23% 5.07% 8.83% DE 869,483 51.37% 3.43% 3.14% 12.25% 1.12% 2.13% 7.02% 1.56% 0.22% 7.51% 10.25% DC 589,408 43.66% 6.64% 2.23% 19.96% 0.59% 6.29% 4.30% 2.32% 0.38% 6.60% 7.02% FL 18,192,784 38.79% 6.12% 5.23% 10.10% 1.57% 1.55% 6.40% 2.13% 0.45% 6.79% 20.86% GA 9,594,277 45.30% 5.18% 3.30% 11.39% 1.86% 2.28% 4.10% 1.66% 0.24% 5.56% 19.14% HI 1,231,549 47.83% 5.17% 2.80% 9.74% 4.44% 4.82% 7.24% 1.32% 0.19% 9.48% 6.97% ID 1,520,563 43.99% 8.40% 3.03% 9.58% 1.63% 2.13% 5.44% 1.20% 0.40% 6.83% 17.38% IL 12,719,575 50.79% 5.09% 3.14% 12.87% 0.62% 1.90% 5.69% 1.35% 0.25% 4.98% 13.32% IN 6,316,260 51.42% 4.65% 3.24% 10.38% 0.74% 1.95% 6.29% 1.20% 0.32% 5.54% 14.27% IA 2,956,722 52.84% 7.15% 2.52% 8.99% 0.67% 2.68% 7.38% 1.37% 0.35% 7.42% 8.62% KS 2,756,827 51.39% 6.32% 2.79% 8.12% 2.11% 2.03% 6.23% 1.32% 0.35% 6.20% 13.15% KY 4,225,355 45.49% 4.74% 3.79% 12.95% 1.63% 1.94% 6.07% 2.21% 0.46% 6.20% 14.51% LA 4,391,561 41.63% 5.31% 4.13% 14.79% 1.46% 2.24% 4.67% 2.21% 0.39% 5.82% 17.36% ME 1,300,904 45.46% 4.63% 3.33% 13.98% 1.56% 1.92% 6.69% 3.11% 0.73% 8.05% 10.53% CRS-9 Medicare Tricare/ Mil/VA Employer and Direct Purchase Uninsured Single Source of Insurance Population Multiple Sources of Insurance Medicaid Employer/ Direct Purchase and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other Public Combinations Two or More Other Combinations State (1000s) Employer Direct Purchase MD 5,589,768 54.34% 5.23% 2.34% 8.96% 1.70% 2.87% 5.86% 1.22% 0.21% 6.16% 11.11% MA 6,495,905 56.87% 5.30% 2.66% 12.96% 0.38% 2.67% 6.06% 2.02% 0.28% 6.63% 4.17% MI 9,834,865 49.02% 4.64% 2.55% 13.19% 0.52% 2.05% 7.49% 1.65% 0.25% 6.41% 12.23% MN 5,196,720 56.02% 6.66% 2.19% 9.37% 0.60% 2.14% 6.65% 1.23% 0.30% 5.74% 9.10% MS 2,879,805 38.21% 4.82% 4.25% 16.07% 1.71% 2.20% 4.43% 3.19% 0.52% 6.73% 17.85% MO 5,871,474 49.52% 5.49% 3.47% 10.32% 1.27% 1.90% 6.63% 1.93% 0.40% 5.88% 13.18% MT 957,586 41.80% 7.78% 3.87% 8.35% 2.10% 2.61% 6.67% 1.22% 0.70% 6.69% 18.20% NE 1,762,977 51.16% 7.63% 2.72% 8.40% 1.41% 2.33% 6.29% 1.17% 0.37% 6.60% 11.93% NV 2,610,041 46.09% 4.72% 3.74% 6.18% 1.71% 4.08% 4.38% 1.12% 0.49% 5.59% 21.90% NH 1,308,729 58.56% 4.77% 2.87% 6.91% 0.84% 1.41% 6.32% 1.50% 0.31% 6.26% 10.24% NJ 8,582,670 55.69% 4.46% 3.50% 8.41% 0.40% 2.35% 6.20% 1.55% 0.16% 4.66% 12.63% NM 1,975,830 36.86% 4.64% 3.93% 16.52% 1.87% 1.72% 4.93% 2.18% 0.55% 7.07% 19.73% NY 19,264,374 49.03% 4.65% 3.36% 14.55% 0.40% 2.78% 5.93% 2.41% 0.25% 5.24% 11.39% NC 9,149,289 43.79% 5.97% 3.73% 11.90% 2.45% 1.97% 5.56% 1.77% 0.36% 6.43% 16.08% ND 630,082 51.90% 9.34% 2.33% 5.49% 2.48% 2.49% 7.37% 1.27% 0.27% 7.42% 9.65% OH 11,351,905 51.52% 4.19% 3.51% 11.51% 0.80% 1.93% 6.73% 1.48% 0.32% 5.82% 12.18% OK 3,590,307 41.48% 5.08% 3.50% 11.95% 2.25% 1.92% 5.87% 1.89% 0.56% 6.78% 18.71% OR 3,779,860 46.90% 6.74% 2.93% 8.99% 0.97% 1.89% 6.51% 1.39% 0.50% 6.15% 17.01% PA 12,365,826 52.11% 5.08% 3.28% 10.48% 0.51% 2.30% 7.83% 1.52% 0.26% 6.77% 9.87% RI 1,035,366 50.86% 5.64% 3.53% 10.14% 1.04% 2.11% 6.64% 2.20% 0.30% 6.26% 11.27% SC 4,454,344 42.46% 5.08% 3.83% 11.78% 2.08% 2.30% 5.53% 2.27% 0.42% 7.43% 16.83% SD 792,969 44.93% 9.16% 2.98% 8.96% 1.87% 2.76% 6.81% 1.30% 0.68% 7.45% 13.10% TN 6,188,118 44.89% 5.54% 4.10% 12.79% 1.55% 1.83% 5.58% 2.32% 0.42% 6.70% 14.27% CRS-10 Medicare Tricare/ Mil/VA Employer and Direct Purchase Uninsured Single Source of Insurance Population Multiple Sources of Insurance Medicare Medicaid Tricare/ Mil/VA Employer and Direct Purchase Employer/ Direct Purchase and Medicare Uninsured Medicare and Medicaid Other Public Combinations Two or More Other Combinations State (1000s) Employer Direct Purchase TX 24,291,561 42.61% 4.53% 3.13% 11.82% 1.59% 1.83% 3.79% 1.66% 0.31% 4.92% 23.81% UT 2,755,284 55.63% 6.79% 2.21% 6.92% 1.08% 2.65% 4.00% 0.90% 0.24% 5.04% 14.56% VT 615,376 49.29% 5.10% 3.26% 15.05% 0.80% 1.32% 6.43% 2.53% 0.42% 7.15% 8.64% VA 7,643,783 51.21% 5.40% 2.91% 6.92% 4.25% 2.70% 5.38% 1.21% 0.25% 7.90% 11.88% WA 6,546,149 48.81% 6.03% 2.68% 10.93% 1.90% 1.81% 5.60% 1.39% 0.32% 7.13% 13.41% WV 1,793,105 43.45% 2.85% 4.63% 12.68% 1.00% 2.62% 7.72% 2.30% 0.71% 7.88% 14.16% WI 5,566,055 54.94% 4.61% 2.91% 10.94% 0.68% 1.75% 6.60% 1.32% 0.36% 6.52% 9.36% WY 533,716 47.90% 7.13% 2.82% 8.11% 2.09% 2.32% 5.50% 0.85% 0.59% 7.54% 15.16% Source: 2009 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Notes: Numbers many not add to 100 due to rounding. CRS-11 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2009 Table 5 presents type of health insurance coverage by gender among those age 18 through 64. Key findings include that: • in all but five states ( Alabama, Delaware, Hawaii, Louisiana, and Wyoming) and the District of Columbia, females, age 18-64, reported a higher percentage of employer provided health insurance than males; • in Florida, South Dakota, Idaho, and Maryland, women reported employerprovided health insurance at least 3 percentage points higher than men. In only Hawaii did the difference between male and female reports of employer provided health insurance favor men by 3 percentage points; • differences between males and females, age 18 through 64, with respect to direct purchase health insurance were not as pronounced as employer-provided health insurance. In 24 states, roughly half the time, women reported direct purchase health insurance more often than men. The differences were most pronounced in Washington, Oregon, and Rhode Island; • among the uninsured, in every state, with the exception of Wyoming, the percentage of males, age 18 through 64, uninsured exceeds the percentage of similarly aged females. In Wyoming, the difference was small and may well be in the margin of sampling error; and • in six states, Arizona, California, Florida, New York, North Carolina, and Vermont, the percentage difference between the number of males, age 18 through 64, uninsured and the number of females, age 18 through 64, uninsured exceeded 6 percentage points. Congressional Research Service 12 Table 5.Type of Health Insurance Coverage (Ages 18–64) By Gender, by State Male Population (18-64) (in 1000s) Males (18-64) Employer Provided Males (18-64) Direct Purchase Males (18-64) Medicare Males (18-64) Medicaid Males (18-64) Uninsured Female Population (18-64) (in 1000s) Females (18-64) Employer Provided Females (18-64) Direct Purchase Females (18-64) Medicare Females (18-64) Medicaid Females (18-64) Uninsured 1,379 61.09% 10.79% 5.56% 7.59% 21.75% 1,489 61.07% 11.26% 5.73% 11.71% 17.94% Alaska 226 56.61% 6.60% 1.96% 6.21% 29.36% 218 58.94% 7.04% 2.08% 9.22% 23.56% Arizona 1,961 53.37% 8.89% 2.76% 11.75% 26.25% 1,957 55.54% 9.69% 3.30% 15.75% 20.08% Arkansas 845 53.07% 10.25% 6.28% 8.77% 26.73% 890 55.78% 9.93% 6.23% 12.04% 23.66% California 11,499 54.83% 11.06% 2.50% 8.49% 27.41% 11,431 56.63% 11.81% 2.57% 12.48% 21.38% Colorado 1,603 59.62% 12.49% 2.16% 5.02% 23.09% 1,585 62.54% 12.61% 2.29% 7.96% 17.53% Connecticut 1,072 69.63% 10.61% 2.83% 7.32% 15.18% 1,118 71.42% 10.04% 2.62% 11.50% 9.73% Delaware 260 67.86% 7.95% 3.49% 9.24% 16.97% 282 67.83% 7.87% 4.15% 15.22% 11.71% District of Columbia 192 64.04% 18.10% 2.14% 16.60% 11.71% 218 62.98% 17.21% 3.16% 23.45% 6.98% Florida 5,405 51.22% 10.07% 3.36% 6.60% 31.93% 5,619 54.99% 10.79% 3.39% 9.58% 25.43% Georgia 2,916 57.15% 9.81% 3.23% 5.71% 28.39% 3,128 59.45% 9.95% 3.50% 8.89% 22.88% Hawaii 379 71.99% 13.65% 2.35% 8.18% 11.95% 384 68.39% 14.17% 2.21% 11.45% 8.35% Idaho 461 55.30% 13.93% 3.54% 5.86% 25.40% 463 58.67% 14.35% 3.32% 7.74% 21.40% Illinois 3,986 63.52% 9.48% 2.63% 6.67% 22.00% 4,048 64.57% 9.30% 2.76% 12.45% 16.20% Indiana 1,959 65.15% 8.84% 3.42% 5.99% 21.23% 1,991 65.59% 9.34% 3.21% 10.41% 17.18% Iowa 921 69.45% 13.29% 2.88% 6.88% 13.53% 915 70.64% 12.62% 2.81% 10.62% 10.67% Kansas 855 65.08% 11.23% 3.20% 4.89% 19.41% 859 66.56% 11.14% 3.30% 7.51% 15.96% Kentucky 1,302 59.18% 9.61% 6.21% 8.68% 21.96% 1,365 60.05% 9.00% 5.13% 12.80% 19.07% Louisiana 1,318 56.36% 10.79% 4.86% 7.40% 26.13% 1,426 55.40% 10.57% 4.21% 12.28% 23.90% 408 59.41% 9.60% 5.37% 14.88% 17.39% 425 62.13% 9.79% 4.63% 18.62% 11.84% Maryland 1,719 67.90% 10.70% 2.45% 5.53% 18.29% 1,856 71.01% 10.42% 2.61% 8.51% 12.73% Massachusetts 2,069 71.46% 11.21% 3.12% 14.45% 7.64% 2,155 72.09% 11.11% 3.04% 17.75% 4.24% State Alabama Maine CRS-13 Male Population (18-64) (in 1000s) Males (18-64) Employer Provided Males (18-64) Direct Purchase Males (18-64) Medicare Males (18-64) Medicaid Males (18-64) Uninsured Female Population (18-64) (in 1000s) Females (18-64) Employer Provided Females (18-64) Direct Purchase Females (18-64) Medicare Females (18-64) Medicaid Females (18-64) Uninsured Michigan 3,058 62.63% 9.29% 4.15% 10.42% 20.22% 3,146 64.04% 9.43% 4.09% 15.02% 15.00% Minnesota 1,661 68.52% 11.90% 2.61% 8.55% 13.52% 1,651 70.06% 11.66% 2.63% 11.60% 9.87% Mississippi 845 52.59% 10.49% 6.22% 9.70% 27.43% 914 54.85% 9.89% 5.47% 15.32% 22.23% Missouri 1,793 63.18% 10.30% 4.39% 6.74% 20.18% 1,871 64.73% 9.48% 4.37% 10.65% 16.58% Montana 301 55.00% 14.34% 3.23% 5.76% 25.53% 302 57.70% 13.63% 3.48% 7.45% 22.73% Nebraska 547 65.52% 13.71% 2.71% 4.77% 17.89% 544 66.28% 13.27% 2.68% 7.70% 15.28% Nevada 828 59.45% 10.49% 2.37% 3.88% 29.04% 797 60.90% 10.93% 2.51% 6.23% 25.60% New Hampshire 422 71.10% 8.53% 3.13% 5.34% 15.88% 429 73.30% 8.74% 3.43% 6.77% 12.38% New Jersey 2,667 68.31% 8.71% 2.59% 5.91% 19.96% 2,746 70.47% 8.77% 2.79% 9.16% 14.79% New Mexico 591 49.67% 9.44% 4.53% 10.60% 30.03% 612 52.34% 9.71% 3.46% 14.78% 24.53% New York 6,017 62.16% 9.66% 3.12% 12.63% 19.27% 6,321 64.31% 10.38% 3.18% 17.16% 12.72% North Carolina 2,762 56.94% 10.84% 4.10% 7.02% 25.52% 2,977 59.42% 10.65% 4.23% 10.85% 19.25% North Dakota 203 65.99% 16.89% 2.56% 4.00% 14.29% 198 67.57% 14.72% 2.92% 6.89% 11.93% Ohio 3,493 65.34% 8.63% 3.59% 7.90% 19.30% 3,629 66.31% 8.54% 3.46% 12.70% 14.59% Oklahoma 1,074 55.82% 9.89% 4.03% 6.08% 27.67% 1,124 57.78% 9.41% 4.36% 9.44% 23.91% Oregon 1,192 59.03% 10.91% 3.17% 5.96% 24.92% 1,213 60.86% 12.07% 2.82% 9.12% 20.70% Pennsylvania 3,806 68.15% 10.53% 3.49% 8.25% 16.09% 3,956 68.98% 10.77% 3.52% 12.63% 11.42% Rhode Island 326 63.88% 11.22% 3.96% 8.61% 18.52% 340 66.85% 9.80% 3.71% 12.95% 12.72% 1,330 57.00% 10.46% 5.01% 7.82% 25.13% 1,448 58.17% 10.38% 4.77% 11.86% 21.14% 246 59.06% 15.79% 3.23% 5.66% 20.03% 244 62.59% 15.85% 3.12% 8.52% 16.22% Tennessee 1,892 57.75% 10.07% 4.46% 9.54% 23.38% 2,007 59.60% 9.88% 4.84% 14.51% 17.46% Texas 7,428 54.24% 8.17% 2.72% 5.23% 32.87% 7,546 55.68% 8.43% 2.80% 8.06% 28.84% State South Carolina South Dakota CRS-14 Male Population (18-64) (in 1000s) Males (18-64) Employer Provided Males (18-64) Direct Purchase Males (18-64) Medicare Males (18-64) Medicaid Males (18-64) Uninsured Female Population (18-64) (in 1000s) Females (18-64) Employer Provided Females (18-64) Direct Purchase Females (18-64) Medicare Females (18-64) Medicaid Females (18-64) Uninsured Utah 822 65.44% 11.87% 1.98% 4.99% 20.77% 819 67.49% 11.45% 1.85% 6.88% 17.02% Vermont 201 62.13% 9.41% 3.84% 14.54% 15.75% 203 64.65% 9.85% 4.16% 19.03% 8.65% Virginia 2,359 66.43% 11.31% 3.39% 4.24% 18.11% 2,524 67.77% 11.14% 3.13% 6.56% 13.96% Washington 2,084 62.72% 9.75% 2.92% 7.75% 20.84% 2,111 63.81% 11.28% 2.90% 10.96% 15.59% 563 60.38% 8.09% 8.09% 11.33% 20.90% 571 60.83% 8.40% 5.51% 14.45% 20.08% Wisconsin 1,772 69.04% 9.04% 2.56% 8.60% 15.41% 1,766 70.07% 8.71% 2.81% 14.27% 10.18% Wyoming 174 63.48% 12.42% 2.98% 4.92% 20.14% 167 61.89% 12.30% 2.27% 6.93% 20.41% State West Virginia Source: 2009 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. CRS-15 Appendix. State and District Tables Table A-1. Alabama: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.00% 12.08% 1.68% 2.26% 5.85% 2.29% 0.40% 7.57% 13.79% 5.72% 4.45% 12.29% 1.64% 2.01% 5.73% 1.80% 0.38% 7.15% 15.59% 40.45% 4.95% 3.87% 14.84% 3.58% 1.93% 5.23% 2.24% 0.38% 8.85% 13.68% 649,961 41.35% 4.96% 3.95% 13.10% 2.00% 2.69% 5.54% 2.55% 0.51% 8.71% 14.63% AL 4 643,993 40.84% 5.66% 4.44% 11.94% 1.22% 2.83% 6.92% 2.99% 0.49% 7.30% 15.36% AL 5 687,706 50.16% 3.96% 3.33% 9.84% 1.50% 2.17% 6.34% 1.94% 0.31% 7.60% 12.84% AL 6 724,401 57.33% 6.62% 3.95% 6.36% 0.94% 2.06% 5.73% 1.21% 0.29% 6.28% 9.23% AL 7 603,141 38.48% 4.44% 4.03% 17.45% 0.93% 2.15% 5.37% 3.57% 0.43% 7.25% 15.89% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,616,028 44.88% 5.21% AL 1 673,059 43.23% AL 2 633,767 AL 3 State & Congressional Districts Alabama Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,124,227 46.05% 5.25% 0.29% 34.68% 2.09% 1.57% 0.03% 0.20% 0.00% 3.90% 5.94% Age 1864 2,867,716 53.98% 6.30% 1.65% 5.86% 1.86% 3.00% 1.14% 1.71% 0.24% 4.48% 28.15% Age 65+ 624,085 0.92% 0.17% 21.45% 0.00% 0.08% 0.10% 37.93% 8.70% 1.83% 28.37% 0.46% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey (ACS). Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-16 Table A-2. Alaska: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 1.69% 10.05% 5.66% 2.08% 2.98% 1.82% 0.36% 7.54% 21.09% 1.69% 10.05% 5.66% 2.08% 2.98% 1.82% 0.36% 7.54% 21.09% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only AK 678,081 43.29% 3.46% AK – at large 678,081 43.29% 3.46% State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 183,261 38.46% 3.46% 0.14% 24.43% 10.35% 1.81% 0.04% 0.11% 0.00% 7.56% 13.64% Age 1864 443,727 50.04% 3.83% 0.37% 5.26% 4.35% 2.41% 0.31% 1.06% 0.14% 5.70% 26.52% Age 65+ 51,093 1.93% 0.18% 18.69% 0.00% 0.16% 0.16% 36.68% 14.57% 3.48% 23.47% 0.69% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-17 Table A-3. Arizona: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.84% 15.31% 1.43% 1.45% 5.29% 1.47% 0.49% 6.22% 17.33% 5.96% 4.54% 19.18% 1.28% 2.52% 6.73% 2.26% 0.96% 7.03% 17.13% 43.45% 4.81% 4.76% 12.02% 1.77% 1.31% 7.26% 1.46% 0.53% 7.65% 14.97% 753,906 47.84% 8.85% 3.84% 11.89% 0.76% 1.11% 4.06% 1.07% 0.31% 4.31% 15.98% AZ 4 753,277 27.41% 2.16% 2.26% 29.92% 0.48% 0.62% 1.62% 1.53% 0.40% 2.88% 30.72% AZ 5 724,876 51.56% 8.86% 3.14% 7.60% 0.63% 1.86% 5.44% 0.86% 0.26% 5.12% 14.67% AZ 6 971,252 50.22% 5.89% 3.75% 10.03% 1.16% 1.85% 5.51% 0.99% 0.35% 6.17% 14.08% AZ 7 875,581 34.85% 3.41% 3.40% 22.17% 1.77% 1.05% 3.81% 2.12% 0.49% 6.00% 20.92% AZ 8 747,227 42.39% 6.19% 4.88% 10.73% 3.52% 1.31% 7.60% 1.52% 0.62% 10.29% 10.95% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,501,531 41.50% 5.68% AZ 1 729,378 32.41% AZ 2 946,034 AZ 3 State & Congressional Districts Arizona Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,729,814 42.63% 6.01% 0.10% 32.70% 1.40% 1.38% 0.00% 0.09% 0.04% 3.63% 12.02% Age 1864 3,917,641 49.76% 6.65% 0.95% 10.97% 1.73% 1.77% 0.46% 0.98% 0.26% 3.30% 23.17% Age 65+ 854,076 1.31% 0.59% 24.66% 0.00% 0.13% 0.12% 38.12% 6.54% 2.43% 24.83% 1.27% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-18 Table A-4. Arkansas: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.46% 14.66% 1.71% 1.88% 5.81% 2.55% 0.74% 7.07% 17.03% 4.70% 5.29% 17.87% 2.26% 1.83% 6.84% 3.30% 0.77% 6.03% 16.90% 43.04% 5.69% 3.54% 12.79% 2.18% 2.01% 4.95% 2.00% 0.64% 8.46% 14.69% 808,815 42.96% 4.61% 4.07% 12.65% 1.11% 1.88% 5.48% 1.90% 0.73% 6.33% 18.27% 639,232 34.61% 5.17% 5.11% 16.02% 1.35% 1.78% 6.15% 3.21% 0.84% 7.50% 18.26% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 2,833,391 39.07% 5.03% AR 1 659,575 34.23% AR 2 725,769 AR 3 AR 4 State & Congressional Districts Arkansas Coverage by Age Under Age 18 Age 18-64 Age 65+ 706,684 37.92% 4.47% 0.36% 43.46% 1.73% 1.41% 0.01% 0.13% 0.00% 4.28% 6.23% 1,734,882 48.21% 6.35% 2.07% 6.24% 2.06% 2.49% 0.98% 2.16% 0.39% 3.88% 25.15% 391,825 0.67% 0.19% 22.39% 0.00% 0.08% 0.03% 37.66% 8.61% 3.62% 26.22% 0.54% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-19 Table A-5. California: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.17% 13.40% 0.89% 1.97% 4.27% 2.34% 0.22% 4.36% 18.03% 8.08% 2.40% 12.48% 0.91% 2.07% 6.61% 2.20% 0.49% 5.35% 14.94% 37.80% 5.95% 3.53% 16.19% 1.74% 1.45% 6.73% 2.64% 0.70% 6.82% 16.43% 740,960 53.41% 5.74% 2.46% 9.55% 0.69% 2.39% 6.25% 1.57% 0.14% 5.98% 11.83% CA 4 753,891 52.24% 7.94% 2.73% 7.81% 0.81% 1.43% 7.85% 1.12% 0.35% 7.23% 10.50% CA 5 697,558 41.29% 4.20% 2.25% 22.22% 0.71% 1.23% 4.51% 2.62% 0.31% 4.73% 15.93% CA 6 638,301 49.30% 10.51% 3.07% 7.67% 0.54% 1.92% 7.58% 1.19% 0.17% 5.93% 12.13% CA 7 659,359 50.16% 5.23% 2.33% 12.45% 1.07% 1.60% 4.79% 1.84% 0.21% 4.66% 15.67% CA 8 670,856 49.52% 10.02% 4.24% 9.45% 0.32% 1.78% 4.40% 3.88% 0.21% 3.58% 12.60% CA 9 645,884 45.87% 9.20% 3.09% 14.42% 0.31% 1.78% 4.37% 2.62% 0.16% 3.66% 14.51% CA 10 697,191 55.79% 7.55% 2.29% 8.36% 1.06% 1.47% 6.39% 1.09% 0.13% 5.36% 10.52% CA 11 751,394 56.26% 7.64% 2.40% 9.31% 0.35% 1.26% 4.92% 1.60% 0.17% 4.34% 11.74% CA 12 638,872 57.91% 10.14% 3.18% 4.96% 0.26% 1.64% 6.36% 2.07% 0.08% 4.30% 9.09% CA 13 646,481 56.97% 6.37% 2.60% 8.96% 0.32% 1.64% 4.01% 2.67% 0.16% 3.71% 12.59% CA 14 651,188 57.24% 9.03% 2.35% 7.13% 0.49% 2.12% 5.82% 1.29% 0.16% 4.07% 10.31% CA 15 674,353 60.52% 7.09% 2.53% 6.89% 0.33% 1.85% 4.17% 1.75% 0.16% 3.88% 10.84% CA 16 682,418 50.27% 7.01% 2.70% 11.88% 0.20% 2.41% 3.11% 3.25% 0.18% 3.46% 15.52% CA 17 632,195 38.74% 7.35% 2.77% 14.02% 1.76% 3.97% 4.42% 1.75% 0.25% 5.54% 19.43% CA 18 698,423 33.31% 4.33% 2.56% 25.16% 0.74% 1.59% 3.24% 3.24% 0.36% 4.60% 20.87% CA 19 736,945 42.29% 5.63% 2.29% 16.63% 0.64% 1.83% 5.21% 2.28% 0.25% 5.26% 17.68% CA 20 672,955 23.04% 2.52% 2.06% 32.92% 1.47% 2.29% 1.87% 3.54% 0.21% 4.26% 25.81% CA 21 760,374 36.16% 4.52% 2.55% 22.61% 0.66% 2.42% 4.14% 2.60% 0.29% 4.46% 19.59% CA 22 734,745 44.61% 5.84% 2.75% 14.71% 0.80% 2.34% 5.05% 2.39% 0.31% 6.02% 15.16% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 36,376,938 44.22% 7.13% CA 1 687,439 44.47% CA 2 701,672 CA 3 State & Congressional Districts California CRS-20 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.87% 14.67% 1.18% 2.56% 5.47% 2.04% 0.25% 4.79% 19.62% 9.51% 3.23% 8.34% 1.08% 1.82% 6.17% 1.18% 0.28% 5.00% 13.19% 46.47% 5.90% 3.34% 15.79% 1.04% 1.84% 3.03% 1.61% 0.29% 4.27% 16.42% 690,756 54.58% 9.05% 4.28% 5.77% 0.49% 2.25% 4.14% 2.23% 0.14% 3.22% 13.84% CA 27 667,939 42.15% 9.30% 3.56% 12.95% 0.27% 1.93% 4.08% 2.49% 0.12% 2.79% 20.37% CA 28 666,258 33.19% 7.18% 3.02% 19.26% 0.10% 1.69% 2.91% 2.75% 0.13% 2.59% 27.18% CA 29 652,139 41.56% 10.27% 4.64% 10.21% 0.20% 2.51% 4.29% 5.25% 0.14% 3.42% 17.52% CA 30 640,621 49.32% 18.00% 4.10% 2.69% 0.28% 2.88% 6.96% 2.13% 0.20% 3.63% 9.81% CA 31 624,901 26.05% 5.06% 3.38% 19.22% 0.26% 0.94% 1.11% 3.41% 0.05% 2.02% 38.50% CA 32 642,550 37.92% 5.22% 3.65% 18.00% 0.38% 2.00% 2.11% 4.27% 0.11% 2.78% 23.56% CA 33 640,232 35.43% 6.86% 3.04% 14.51% 0.31% 2.41% 2.99% 2.96% 0.26% 2.81% 28.42% CA 34 631,862 25.93% 3.90% 2.97% 21.98% 0.17% 3.08% 1.12% 4.19% 0.22% 1.98% 34.48% CA 35 669,046 33.48% 3.09% 2.67% 22.24% 0.28% 3.26% 2.31% 2.76% 0.20% 3.14% 26.57% CA 36 673,884 49.51% 9.83% 3.09% 8.28% 0.38% 1.42% 4.61% 1.98% 0.13% 3.57% 17.19% CA 37 639,865 36.15% 3.34% 3.46% 23.19% 0.38% 2.11% 2.14% 3.32% 0.26% 3.09% 22.56% CA 38 631,463 39.00% 2.82% 3.41% 17.29% 0.34% 2.96% 2.75% 3.15% 0.12% 2.98% 25.19% CA 39 650,725 41.13% 4.27% 3.83% 15.16% 0.26% 3.48% 2.40% 2.66% 0.09% 2.93% 23.78% CA 49 670,457 46.27% 7.34% 3.78% 11.54% 0.51% 1.28% 4.19% 2.07% 0.16% 3.76% 19.10% CA 41 765229 38.68% 4.96% 4.93% 15.56% 1.97% 2.53% 4.18% 2.50% 0.44% 7.51% 16.75% CA 42 658,339 57.80% 10.89% 3.98% 5.07% 0.31% 1.90% 3.93% 1.52% 0.14% 2.93% 11.52% CA 43 717,343 34.75% 2.97% 3.47% 22.77% 0.21% 2.01% 1.73% 1.85% 0.22% 3.02% 27.01% CA 44 814,949 47.76% 7.51% 2.75% 12.87% 0.55% 2.22% 3.05% 1.39% 0.15% 3.47% 18.28% CA 45 884,538 36.41% 5.58% 4.20% 14.65% 1.57% 1.47% 5.41% 2.13% 0.37% 6.16% 22.04% CA 46 651,992 50.79% 10.74% 4.48% 6.90% 0.51% 1.94% 5.74% 1.58% 0.21% 4.29% 12.83% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only CA 23 655,863 38.69% 7.85% CA 24 663,916 50.20% CA 25 802,031 CA 26 State & Congressional Districts CRS-21 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.44% 20.52% 0.14% 0.72% 1.56% 2.72% 0.08% 2.40% 33.27% 13.65% 3.81% 4.02% 0.38% 1.80% 6.05% 1.15% 0.13% 3.67% 10.46% 42.98% 6.88% 3.33% 10.06% 4.96% 0.99% 4.16% 1.37% 0.21% 6.04% 19.03% 739,723 51.90% 10.92% 3.82% 5.33% 1.56% 2.19% 4.73% 1.31% 0.16% 4.87% 13.21% CA 51 699,304 36.64% 4.13% 3.47% 15.79% 3.10% 1.35% 2.12% 3.94% 0.12% 6.19% 23.14% CA 52 655,942 48.63% 7.61% 3.23% 8.50% 4.31% 1.30% 4.57% 2.19% 0.31% 6.69% 12.67% CA 53 612,322 43.00% 8.77% 2.65% 10.94% 2.80% 1.48% 3.35% 1.91% 0.27% 5.09% 19.74% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only CA 47 634,023 32.15% 4.01% CA 48 720,331 54.88% CA 49 734,941 CA 50 State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 9,422,686 44.74% 6.89% 0.41% 32.11% 1.12% 1.73% 0.02% 0.30% 0.01% 3.22% 9.46% Age 18-64 22,929,836 51.30% 8.38% 0.74% 8.07% 0.94% 2.39% 0.34% 1.05% 0.11% 2.27% 24.40% Age 65+ 4,024,416 2.67% 0.55% 23.49% 0.00% 0.08% 0.15% 36.62% 14.45% 1.32% 18.87% 1.80% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-22 Table A-6. Colorado: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.80% 8.44% 2.15% 1.79% 4.58% 1.09% 0.24% 5.46% 15.78% 7.07% 3.40% 12.35% 0.70% 1.51% 4.19% 1.74% 0.23% 4.41% 19.89% 57.56% 9.52% 2.15% 5.37% 0.64% 2.18% 3.95% 0.64% 0.09% 3.54% 14.36% 689,763 38.82% 9.99% 3.69% 10.84% 1.36% 1.94% 5.89% 1.48% 0.59% 5.63% 19.77% CO 4 716,337 48.94% 9.32% 2.54% 9.03% 1.04% 1.64% 5.15% 1.13% 0.30% 4.92% 16.00% CO 5 663,313 41.52% 6.91% 2.50% 8.45% 9.48% 1.67% 4.03% 1.07% 0.22% 10.06% 14.09% CO 6 803,161 65.76% 8.50% 2.05% 2.82% 1.19% 1.94% 4.36% 0.52% 0.08% 4.97% 7.81% CO 7 666,860 45.85% 5.45% 3.43% 11.53% 1.10% 1.58% 4.54% 1.19% 0.21% 5.00% 20.12% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,930,142 49.52% 8.16% CO 1 664,093 44.50% CO 2 726,615 CO 3 State & Congressional Districts Colorado Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,225,211 51.34% 7.94% 0.49% 22.35% 2.93% 1.50% 0.04% 0.26% 0.01% 3.00% 10.15% Age 18-64 3,188,289 56.53% 9.53% 0.72% 4.46% 2.18% 2.16% 0.36% 0.71% 0.13% 2.87% 20.33% 516,642 1.90% 0.21% 21.10% 0.00% 0.08% 0.15% 41.43% 5.40% 1.49% 27.21% 1.04% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-23 Table A-7. Connecticut: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.17% 10.11% 0.49% 2.48% 6.60% 1.31% 0.23% 5.07% 8.83% 4.17% 3.39% 11.18% 0.26% 1.88% 6.39% 1.52% 0.26% 5.72% 8.46% 60.12% 4.24% 2.77% 8.12% 1.22% 1.82% 7.12% 1.12% 0.22% 6.37% 6.88% 691,749 55.94% 5.30% 3.17% 10.94% 0.54% 1.99% 6.45% 1.64% 0.33% 4.76% 8.94% CT 4 688,413 54.25% 7.30% 3.49% 8.40% 0.14% 4.47% 6.17% 0.79% 0.12% 3.99% 10.86% CT 5 692,494 54.59% 5.88% 3.06% 11.90% 0.26% 2.23% 6.84% 1.49% 0.23% 4.50% 9.03% Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 56.34% 5.37% 687,447 56.78% CT 2 696,753 CT 3 State & Congressional Districts Population Connecticut 3,456,856 CT 1 Employerprovided health insurance Coverage by Age Under Age 18 806,799 62.40% 4.81% 0.04% 22.82% 0.58% 2.59% 0.01% 0.18% 0.01% 2.79% 3.77% Age 18-64 2,190,066 65.43% 6.66% 0.88% 7.55% 0.55% 2.93% 0.59% 0.82% 0.08% 2.12% 12.40% 459,991 2.47% 0.26% 19.59% 0.00% 0.01% 0.11% 46.75% 5.65% 1.34% 23.11% 0.71% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-24 Table A-8.Delaware: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.14% 12.25% 1.12% 2.13% 7.02% 1.56% 0.22% 7.51% 10.25% 3.14% 12.25% 1.12% 2.13% 7.02% 1.56% 0.22% 7.51% 10.25% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Delaware 869,483 51.37% 3.43% DE –At large 869,483 51.37% 3.43% State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 206,764 55.41% 3.08% 0.09% 27.67% 1.58% 1.73% 0.03% 0.13% 0.00% 4.81% 5.47% Age 1864 541,392 61.04% 4.30% 1.19% 9.11% 1.19% 2.74% 0.66% 1.39% 0.09% 4.07% 14.23% Age 65+ 121,327 1.31% 0.16% 17.01% 0.00% 0.03% 0.11% 47.32% 4.80% 1.18% 27.46% 0.60% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-25 Table A-9. District of Columbia; Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only District of Columbia 589,408 43.66% 6.64% DC – At large 589,408 43.66% 6.64% State & Congressional Districts Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.23% 19.96% 0.59% 6.29% 4.30% 2.32% 0.38% 6.60% 7.02% 2.23% 19.96% 0.59% 6.29% 4.30% 2.32% 0.38% 6.60% 7.02% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 113,710 37.46% 5.16% 0.16% 45.22% 0.82% 2.25% 0.00% 0.46% 0.00% 5.65% 2.81% Age 1864 409,934 51.42% 8.05% 0.60% 16.16% 0.62% 8.30% 0.45% 1.00% 0.22% 4.00% 9.20% Age 65+ 65,764 6.06% 0.41% 15.95% 0.00% 0.06% 0.78% 35.76% 13.74% 2.04% 24.44% 0.75% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-26 Table A-10. Florida: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance Florida 18,192,784 38.79% 6.12% 5.23% 10.10% 1.57% 1.55% 6.40% 2.13% 0.45% 6.79% 20.86% FL 1 655,244 34.75% 4.44% 3.60% 11.83% 6.97% 1.73% 4.30% 1.73% 0.40% 12.04% 18.21% FL 2 681,840 41.70% 6.40% 3.58% 12.01% 2.20% 1.67% 4.85% 1.88% 0.39% 8.08% 17.24% FL 3 635,403 32.54% 3.11% 4.05% 18.50% 1.56% 1.51% 3.41% 2.96% 0.50% 5.79% 26.07% FL 4 705,337 46.66% 5.45% 3.29% 8.69% 3.81% 1.89% 4.42% 1.54% 0.44% 7.44% 16.36% FL 5 908,277 36.45% 5.40% 6.76% 9.90% 1.31% 1.43% 10.40% 1.57% 0.79% 9.25% 16.74% FL 6 792,310 40.34% 6.61% 4.78% 9.00% 3.58% 1.48% 6.87% 1.22% 0.55% 9.95% 15.61% FL 7 794,643 43.28% 6.51% 5.08% 7.84% 1.33% 1.65% 6.87% 1.90% 0.53% 7.24% 17.77% FL 8 780,265 46.10% 6.55% 3.73% 8.02% 0.93% 1.69% 5.64% 1.15% 0.42% 5.32% 20.45% FL 9 746,614 44.85% 6.75% 5.49% 7.74% 1.67% 1.68% 6.47% 1.33% 0.49% 7.23% 16.30% FL 10 616,040 39.23% 7.44% 6.35% 8.18% 1.42% 1.23% 8.05% 1.47% 0.80% 8.06% 17.75% FL 11 660,747 37.17% 3.55% 4.30% 14.76% 1.42% 2.30% 3.73% 2.51% 0.39% 6.84% 23.02% FL 12 771,671 40.71% 3.68% 5.36% 13.10% 1.91% 1.23% 6.20% 1.60% 0.56% 6.92% 18.72% FL 13 740,536 34.43% 7.50% 5.89% 8.78% 0.60% 1.23% 12.31% 1.84% 0.49% 9.17% 17.76% FL 14 822,263 34.75% 7.74% 5.91% 7.17% 0.97% 1.29% 12.57% 1.36% 0.49% 8.17% 19.58% FL 15 788,794 38.02% 4.76% 4.89% 8.56% 2.28% 2.35% 7.70% 1.40% 0.59% 9.38% 20.08% FL 16 766,535 35.10% 6.46% 5.67% 9.55% 1.06% 1.59% 9.89% 1.56% 0.73% 9.13% 19.26% FL 17 642,939 30.15% 4.53% 5.26% 17.39% 0.38% 1.22% 2.04% 3.63% 0.23% 2.56% 32.60% FL 18 705,397 32.08% 8.38% 6.36% 10.95% 0.92% 1.00% 3.75% 5.57% 0.18% 2.56% 28.26% FL 19 720,778 37.23% 6.73% 7.29% 6.43% 0.71% 1.77% 10.23% 1.45% 0.62% 8.13% 19.39% FL 20 684,312 46.20% 8.28% 6.07% 6.81% 0.85% 1.74% 4.36% 1.92% 0.32% 3.31% 20.15% FL 21 666,968 36.69% 6.41% 6.57% 9.69% 0.49% 1.14% 2.54% 5.98% 0.13% 1.98% 28.39% CRS-27 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 6.03% 5.10% 0.52% 1.53% 8.41% 1.11% 0.37% 5.64% 19.77% 4.51% 5.71% 16.63% 0.62% 1.33% 2.92% 2.40% 0.28% 4.06% 30.80% 48.62% 5.53% 3.70% 6.86% 1.47% 1.52% 6.17% 1.30% 0.38% 7.39% 17.05% 37.17% 6.40% 4.77% 12.54% 0.45% 1.43% 2.10% 3.84% 0.09% 2.24% 28.96% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only FL 22 704,414 42.18% 9.36% FL 23 652,963 30.74% FL 24 756,311 FL 25 792,183 State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 4,050,661 41.40% 7.03% 0.40% 30.08% 1.88% 1.27% 0.02% 0.22% 0.01% 2.87% 14.83% Age 1864 11,023,718 48.44% 7.38% 1.17% 5.62% 1.88% 2.06% 0.52% 1.04% 0.19% 3.09% 28.62% Age 65+ 3,118,405 1.30% 0.48% 25.87% 0.00% 0.07% 0.10% 35.50% 8.46% 1.97% 24.98% 1.28% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-28 Table A-11. Georgia: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.30% 11.39% 1.86% 2.28% 4.10% 1.66% 0.24% 5.56% 19.14% 4.14% 4.01% 12.88% 6.58% 1.24% 4.46% 2.11% 0.51% 7.18% 21.18% 32.58% 3.68% 4.59% 19.00% 3.31% 2.15% 4.10% 3.12% 0.39% 7.76% 19.31% 786,940 52.24% 4.99% 3.53% 9.10% 2.05% 2.06% 4.40% 1.64% 0.26% 6.10% 13.63% GA 4 696,885 39.41% 4.13% 2.60% 13.58% 1.00% 3.45% 2.91% 1.13% 0.15% 4.47% 27.16% GA 5 754,078 45.10% 6.89% 2.79% 12.26% 0.63% 1.74% 3.81% 1.49% 0.11% 4.12% 21.06% GA 6 752,256 59.79% 8.41% 2.05% 3.36% 0.42% 2.67% 4.30% 0.70% 0.11% 3.72% 14.48% GA 7 918,349 50.93% 5.86% 2.46% 9.47% 0.88% 2.73% 3.09% 1.12% 0.14% 3.96% 19.38% GA 8 674,483 42.13% 3.44% 3.86% 13.57% 2.26% 2.53% 4.96% 2.39% 0.27% 8.10% 16.49% GA 9 808,991 45.40% 5.97% 4.03% 10.46% 0.74% 1.88% 5.45% 1.55% 0.16% 4.94% 19.43% GA 10 711,065 42.39% 6.85% 3.69% 10.63% 2.44% 2.99% 4.86% 2.23% 0.34% 6.51% 17.06% GA 11 797,408 51.80% 4.52% 3.40% 9.25% 1.06% 1.84% 4.28% 1.34% 0.20% 5.13% 17.18% GA 12 656,914 39.47% 3.25% 4.53% 15.07% 2.51% 2.38% 3.83% 2.45% 0.41% 6.36% 19.74% GA 13 794,535 44.33% 4.21% 2.14% 12.71% 1.65% 2.02% 3.03% 0.99% 0.21% 5.35% 23.36% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 9,594,277 45.30% 5.18% GA 1 653,458 35.70% GA 2 588,915 GA 3 State & Congressional Districts Georgia Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,575,689 44.70% 4.86% 0.55% 30.98% 2.51% 1.92% 0.03% 0.21% 0.01% 3.32% 10.92% Age 1864 6,043,511 52.62% 6.13% 1.22% 4.87% 1.87% 2.79% 0.49% 1.05% 0.15% 3.27% 25.54% Age 65+ 975,077 1.50% 0.15% 23.52% 0.00% 0.05% 0.11% 37.18% 9.23% 1.44% 25.64% 1.20% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-29 Table A-12. Hawaii: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.80% 9.74% 4.44% 4.82% 7.24% 1.32% 0.19% 9.48% 6.97% 4.66% 2.73% 7.24% 4.78% 7.17% 8.00% 1.62% 0.14% 11.86% 5.65% 5.65% 2.87% 12.13% 4.11% 2.56% 6.50% 1.02% 0.24% 7.20% 8.24% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,231,549 47.83% 5.17% HI 1 603,547 46.13% HI 2 628,002 49.47% State & Congressional Districts Hawaii Coverage by Age Under Age 18 287,944 46.56% 3.99% 0.18% 22.46% 9.62% 4.24% 0.01% 0.07% 0.14% 10.27% 2.45% Age 1864 762,990 59.02% 6.70% 0.74% 7.24% 3.51% 6.05% 0.52% 0.57% 0.10% 5.41% 10.14% Age 65+ 180,615 2.59% 0.56% 15.70% 0.00% 0.10% 0.52% 47.14% 6.45% 0.66% 25.46% 0.82% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-30 Table A-13. Idaho: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.03% 9.58% 1.63% 2.13% 5.44% 1.20% 0.40% 6.83% 17.38% 7.69% 3.37% 9.81% 1.39% 2.15% 5.61% 1.29% 0.48% 6.77% 17.10% 9.20% 2.65% 9.31% 1.90% 2.11% 5.23% 1.09% 0.29% 6.89% 17.70% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,520,563 43.99% 8.40% ID 1 811,525 44.32% ID 2 709,038 43.60% State & Congressional Districts Idaho Coverage by Age Under Age 18 418,172 46.79% 7.54% 0.24% 25.98% 1.77% 1.88% 0.05% 0.19% 0.00% 4.33% 11.23% Age 1864 923,984 50.99% 10.36% 1.01% 4.00% 1.88% 2.65% 0.62% 1.12% 0.23% 3.75% 23.39% Age 65+ 178,407 1.10% 0.23% 20.07% 0.00% 0.00% 0.07% 43.01% 4.01% 2.20% 28.65% 0.65% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-31 Table A-14. Illinois: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.14% 12.87% 0.62% 1.90% 5.69% 1.35% 0.25% 4.98% 13.32% 3.52% 3.77% 22.50% 0.48% 1.55% 4.54% 2.46% 0.60% 5.12% 16.83% 37.95% 2.60% 3.98% 22.21% 0.45% 1.86% 5.33% 1.84% 0.32% 5.27% 18.19% 664,423 52.15% 3.95% 3.01% 12.68% 0.29% 1.45% 5.65% 0.99% 0.18% 4.27% 15.39% IL 4 605,550 36.59% 3.10% 3.41% 23.58% 0.47% 1.16% 1.67% 1.77% 0.14% 2.07% 26.06% IL 5 689,089 51.65% 5.55% 3.69% 12.34% 0.31% 1.48% 4.00% 1.14% 0.17% 2.99% 16.69% IL 6 643,415 61.00% 4.98% 2.46% 7.78% 0.18% 1.39% 5.94% 0.77% 0.12% 4.13% 11.25% IL 7 618,291 42.77% 5.62% 4.89% 17.68% 0.69% 1.60% 3.48% 2.37% 0.30% 3.40% 17.21% IL 8 729,424 60.30% 5.33% 2.56% 8.47% 0.89% 1.58% 5.09% 0.68% 0.13% 3.83% 11.13% IL 9 635,948 49.94% 6.77% 4.22% 7.50% 0.34% 1.67% 6.56% 2.17% 0.24% 4.17% 16.42% IL 10 653,295 57.05% 7.66% 3.04% 6.70% 0.93% 2.22% 6.57% 0.76% 0.14% 4.72% 10.21% IL 11 768,411 56.70% 4.43% 2.17% 10.65% 0.30% 2.02% 6.02% 1.10% 0.16% 5.18% 11.28% IL 12 641,209 41.79% 3.92% 3.37% 17.09% 2.58% 2.35% 6.36% 1.94% 0.42% 8.10% 12.06% IL 13 761,001 64.85% 6.03% 2.26% 6.26% 0.19% 1.88% 5.62% 0.55% 0.11% 3.56% 8.70% IL 14 824,949 57.60% 4.97% 2.38% 10.34% 0.25% 2.08% 4.62% 0.89% 0.09% 3.89% 12.90% IL 15 651,771 48.77% 7.45% 2.35% 12.54% 0.56% 3.54% 6.85% 1.27% 0.35% 6.93% 9.39% IL 16 726,158 52.96% 5.17% 2.89% 11.22% 0.34% 1.53% 6.56% 0.91% 0.33% 5.60% 12.49% IL 17 599,400 44.74% 4.41% 3.33% 15.38% 0.67% 2.65% 7.58% 1.82% 0.39% 7.60% 11.43% IL 18 636,718 51.62% 5.11% 3.05% 12.31% 0.48% 2.03% 8.20% 1.39% 0.24% 6.67% 8.90% IL 19 646,405 47.87% 5.67% 3.71% 12.45% 1.59% 2.05% 7.53% 1.56% 0.50% 7.77% 9.31% 0.03% 0.18% 0.01% 3.51% 4.49% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 12,719,575 50.79% 5.09% IL 1 611,148 38.63% IL 2 612,970 IL 3 State & Congressional Districts Illinois Coverage by Age Under Age 18 CRS-32 3,168,258 52.27% 4.14% 0.32% 33.09% 0.53% 1.43% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 0.89% 7.33% 0.76% 2.42% 0.50% 0.92% 0.12% 2.19% 19.08% 20.95% 0.00% 0.04% 0.11% 44.99% 6.07% 1.47% 22.79% 1.26% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Age 1864 8,033,971 59.42% 6.37% Age 65+ 1,517,346 2.05% 0.28% State & Congressional Districts Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-33 Table A-15. Indiana: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.24% 10.38% 0.74% 1.95% 6.29% 1.20% 0.32% 5.54% 14.27% 3.67% 3.36% 11.46% 0.54% 1.73% 6.63% 1.05% 0.26% 5.24% 13.18% 48.78% 4.29% 3.62% 12.32% 0.60% 1.99% 5.95% 1.13% 0.36% 5.98% 14.98% 715,651 48.95% 5.06% 3.75% 10.22% 0.73% 2.22% 5.60% 1.08% 0.37% 5.19% 16.84% IN 4 783,735 59.05% 4.85% 2.53% 6.40% 0.93% 1.82% 6.24% 0.85% 0.25% 5.18% 11.90% IN 5 787,384 58.28% 5.99% 2.78% 6.28% 0.62% 2.16% 6.07% 0.85% 0.30% 5.55% 11.13% IN 6 657,515 48.49% 4.11% 3.88% 11.01% 0.59% 1.95% 7.77% 1.36% 0.31% 6.15% 14.38% IN 7 656,258 40.17% 4.30% 2.87% 19.33% 1.13% 1.74% 4.21% 1.93% 0.39% 4.86% 19.07% IN 8 662,212 50.51% 4.47% 3.41% 9.71% 0.69% 1.97% 7.15% 1.51% 0.34% 6.17% 14.08% IN 9 695,172 52.88% 4.87% 3.12% 8.34% 0.86% 1.96% 7.05% 1.18% 0.29% 5.64% 13.80% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,316,260 51.42% 4.65% IN 1 695,832 52.89% IN 2 662,501 IN 3 State & Congressional Districts Indiana Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,582,770 54.08% 4.21% 0.18% 26.82% 0.65% 1.54% 0.00% 0.15% 0.00% 3.50% 8.85% Age 1864 3,949,279 60.30% 5.72% 1.02% 5.85% 0.92% 2.49% 0.75% 0.99% 0.19% 2.59% 19.19% Age 65+ 784,211 1.30% 0.19% 20.57% 0.00% 0.03% 0.08% 46.92% 4.37% 1.58% 24.53% 0.42% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-34 Table A-16. Iowa: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.52% 8.99% 0.67% 2.68% 7.38% 1.37% 0.35% 7.42% 8.62% 6.55% 2.46% 8.10% 0.58% 3.28% 7.58% 1.46% 0.27% 7.74% 8.33% 52.87% 6.36% 2.33% 9.28% 0.66% 3.25% 7.13% 1.44% 0.31% 6.89% 9.47% 625,083 55.78% 6.18% 1.99% 10.41% 0.59% 2.02% 6.69% 1.17% 0.30% 7.02% 7.86% IA 4 582,538 55.10% 8.03% 2.62% 7.31% 0.75% 2.06% 7.82% 1.17% 0.45% 7.15% 7.54% IA 5 554,488 46.29% 8.82% 3.29% 9.77% 0.77% 2.83% 7.74% 1.66% 0.44% 8.41% 9.99% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Iowa 2,956,722 52.84% 7.15% IA 1 584,872 53.65% IA 2 609,741 IA 3 State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 706,873 55.67% 6.99% 0.09% 22.93% 0.59% 2.69% 0.05% 0.18% 0.02% 6.22% 4.57% Age 1864 1,835,246 63.54% 8.80% 0.49% 5.65% 0.85% 3.28% 0.61% 1.09% 0.19% 3.42% 17.66% Age 65+ 414,603 0.70% 0.15% 15.66% 0.00% 0.03% 0.03% 49.83% 4.67% 1.64% 27.20% 0.11% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-35 Table A-17. Kansas: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 8.12% 2.11% 2.03% 6.23% 1.32% 0.35% 6.20% 13.15% 3.46% 7.73% 2.20% 2.30% 7.28% 1.35% 0.39% 6.87% 13.85% 6.65% 2.56% 8.63% 3.74% 2.05% 6.40% 1.52% 0.47% 7.40% 12.00% 58.07% 6.51% 2.16% 6.84% 0.89% 1.86% 5.10% 0.82% 0.18% 4.58% 12.97% 50.66% 4.72% 3.12% 9.37% 1.75% 1.93% 6.37% 1.63% 0.39% 6.20% 13.85% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only 2,756,827 51.39% 6.32% 2.79% KS 1 621,401 47.07% 7.49% KS 2 677,600 48.57% KS 3 763,424 KS 4 694,402 State & Congressional Districts Kansas Coverage by Age Under Age 18 700,794 53.70% 6.15% 0.13% 23.06% 3.13% 1.62% 0.02% 0.29% 0.00% 3.68% 8.24% Age 1864 1,713,993 60.47% 7.63% 0.84% 3.63% 2.09% 2.59% 0.55% 1.18% 0.17% 3.17% 17.68% Age 65+ 342,040 1.17% 0.10% 18.01% 0.00% 0.08% 0.03% 47.45% 4.12% 1.96% 26.55% 0.53% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-36 Table A-18. Kentucky: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.79% 12.95% 1.63% 1.94% 6.07% 2.21% 0.46% 6.20% 14.51% 4.88% 4.32% 12.39% 3.07% 2.00% 7.40% 2.37% 0.51% 7.54% 15.04% 45.14% 5.42% 2.96% 11.43% 3.29% 1.68% 5.87% 2.20% 0.46% 6.88% 14.68% 693,808 50.89% 5.57% 2.91% 11.52% 1.19% 1.80% 5.95% 1.39% 0.27% 6.51% 12.01% KY 4 721,308 52.46% 4.18% 2.98% 10.35% 0.68% 2.16% 5.78% 1.71% 0.52% 5.82% 13.37% KY 5 668,559 32.65% 2.72% 6.80% 21.36% 0.86% 1.85% 5.56% 4.03% 0.63% 5.29% 18.24% KY 6 754,358 49.96% 5.54% 3.06% 11.25% 0.76% 2.13% 5.93% 1.69% 0.41% 5.28% 14.00% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,225,355 45.49% 4.74% KY 1 662,355 40.48% KY 2 724,967 KY 3 State & Congressional Districts Kentucky Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,014,997 47.23% 4.43% 0.19% 34.79% 2.19% 1.53% 0.03% 0.16% 0.00% 3.10% 6.35% Age 1864 2,666,222 53.87% 5.79% 2.08% 7.28% 1.74% 2.49% 0.88% 1.75% 0.31% 3.33% 20.48% Age 65+ 544,136 1.18% 0.18% 18.92% 0.00% 0.03% 0.01% 42.75% 8.28% 2.07% 26.05% 0.53% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-37 Table A-19. Louisiana: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.13% 14.79% 1.46% 2.24% 4.67% 2.21% 0.39% 5.82% 17.36% 7.24% 5.55% 10.85% 1.39% 2.63% 5.24% 1.76% 0.45% 5.59% 15.57% 32.58% 4.69% 4.91% 18.65% 1.15% 3.27% 3.12% 2.49% 0.40% 4.74% 23.99% 623,156 44.31% 5.25% 3.71% 15.76% 0.92% 2.00% 4.65% 1.97% 0.41% 4.97% 16.04% LA 4 624,445 39.67% 3.25% 3.88% 14.73% 3.89% 1.38% 4.72% 2.41% 0.51% 8.26% 17.28% LA 5 611,650 35.33% 4.27% 4.30% 17.17% 1.07% 3.16% 4.59% 2.88% 0.49% 6.58% 20.17% LA 6 697,022 48.18% 6.06% 3.24% 13.60% 0.93% 1.64% 4.91% 1.73% 0.19% 4.47% 15.06% LA 7 653,723 44.65% 6.00% 3.46% 14.05% 0.88% 1.85% 5.07% 2.40% 0.30% 6.12% 15.23% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,391,561 41.63% 5.31% LA 1 676,445 43.72% LA 2 505,120 LA 3 State & Congressional Districts Louisiana Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,120,435 39.41% 4.69% 0.27% 41.88% 1.85% 1.52% 0.01% 0.22% 0.02% 3.64% 6.49% Age 1864 2,744,515 50.17% 6.57% 1.70% 6.57% 1.57% 2.93% 0.61% 1.55% 0.20% 3.18% 24.97% Age 65+ 526,611 1.83% 0.07% 24.98% 0.00% 0.06% 0.17% 35.76% 9.92% 2.19% 24.24% 0.78% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-38 Table A-20. Maine: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.33% 13.98% 1.56% 1.92% 6.69% 3.11% 0.73% 8.05% 10.53% 5.01% 3.11% 10.98% 1.77% 2.15% 6.95% 2.31% 0.56% 7.66% 9.70% 4.24% 3.56% 17.12% 1.33% 1.69% 6.43% 3.95% 0.91% 8.46% 11.40% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,300,904 45.46% 4.63% ME 1 664,498 49.82% ME 2 636,406 40.91% State & Congressional Districts Maine Coverage by Age Under Age 18 270,440 49.06% 3.16% 0.22% 32.14% 1.60% 1.73% 0.01% 0.21% 0.00% 6.26% 5.62% Age 1864 833,819 54.61% 6.16% 0.97% 11.39% 1.90% 2.38% 0.58% 2.45% 0.49% 4.50% 14.56% Age 65+ 196,645 1.70% 0.18% 17.60% 0.00% 0.03% 0.25% 41.82% 9.90% 2.75% 25.59% 0.20% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-39 Table A-21. Maryland: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.34% 8.96% 1.70% 2.87% 5.86% 1.22% 0.21% 6.16% 11.11% 6.12% 2.72% 7.60% 1.24% 3.50% 7.75% 0.80% 0.22% 7.37% 9.35% 51.44% 3.58% 2.21% 11.19% 2.15% 3.92% 5.68% 1.32% 0.24% 6.63% 11.63% 697,152 55.73% 5.98% 2.03% 7.26% 1.92% 2.20% 6.10% 1.32% 0.25% 6.25% 10.96% MD 4 686,174 55.26% 4.45% 1.65% 9.76% 1.91% 2.51% 4.28% 0.93% 0.08% 4.99% 14.19% MD 5 740,299 58.23% 4.44% 2.07% 6.03% 2.89% 3.63% 4.90% 0.78% 0.13% 7.11% 9.78% MD 6 712,276 58.54% 5.20% 2.55% 7.82% 1.38% 1.83% 6.72% 1.08% 0.24% 5.97% 8.67% MD 7 636,437 46.43% 5.57% 3.42% 15.15% 0.97% 3.11% 5.29% 2.34% 0.47% 6.06% 11.18% MD 8 713,509 54.78% 6.49% 2.16% 7.69% 1.06% 2.23% 6.12% 1.29% 0.08% 4.84% 13.27% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,589,768 54.34% 5.23% MD 1 712,999 53.33% MD 2 690,922 MD 3 State & Congressional Districts Maryland Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,348,039 56.67% 4.99% 0.23% 24.01% 2.74% 2.75% 0.04% 0.18% 0.01% 3.59% 4.79% Age 1864 3,574,339 63.01% 6.23% 0.74% 4.95% 1.60% 3.41% 0.53% 0.75% 0.08% 3.29% 15.40% Age 65+ 667,390 3.27% 0.33% 15.18% 0.00% 0.15% 0.19% 46.23% 5.81% 1.29% 26.71% 0.84% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-40 Table A-22. Massachusetts: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.66% 12.96% 0.38% 2.67% 6.06% 2.02% 0.28% 6.63% 4.17% 4.81% 2.76% 14.47% 0.26% 1.76% 6.41% 2.51% 0.19% 8.02% 3.89% 54.92% 3.81% 2.64% 16.85% 0.50% 1.46% 5.78% 2.61% 0.31% 7.46% 3.67% 655,887 59.85% 4.65% 2.12% 13.05% 0.34% 2.31% 5.47% 2.06% 0.21% 6.18% 3.77% MA 4 641,028 60.58% 5.14% 3.16% 10.64% 0.25% 2.28% 6.03% 1.68% 0.34% 6.68% 3.22% MA 5 639,356 57.32% 4.81% 2.95% 13.85% 0.57% 3.00% 5.58% 1.98% 0.23% 5.92% 3.80% MA 6 654,200 60.23% 4.96% 2.60% 10.20% 0.32% 2.63% 6.88% 1.51% 0.28% 6.91% 3.47% MA 7 639,861 57.58% 5.82% 2.96% 11.19% 0.33% 2.52% 6.29% 1.50% 0.19% 6.31% 5.30% MA 8 677,397 47.58% 8.03% 2.27% 19.93% 0.28% 4.67% 3.19% 2.91% 0.43% 4.10% 6.61% MA 9 644,912 61.28% 4.68% 2.42% 10.89% 0.31% 2.56% 6.11% 1.86% 0.26% 6.13% 3.50% MA 10 646,656 54.89% 6.18% 2.75% 8.16% 0.65% 3.41% 9.00% 1.51% 0.37% 8.67% 4.41% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,495,905 56.87% 5.30% MA 1 637,349 54.92% MA 2 659,259 MA 3 State & Congressional Districts Massachusetts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,430,695 63.11% 3.92% 0.09% 23.03% 0.46% 2.32% 0.04% 0.15% 0.01% 5.50% 1.39% Age 18-64 4,223,602 65.51% 6.76% 0.64% 12.14% 0.42% 3.29% 0.47% 1.36% 0.15% 3.35% 5.90% 841,608 2.91% 0.33% 17.17% 0.00% 0.04% 0.12% 44.35% 8.51% 1.38% 24.97% 0.23% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-41 Table A-23. Michigan: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicaid Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance Michigan 9,834,865 49.02% 4.64% 2.55% 13.19% 0.52% 2.05% 7.49% 1.65% 0.25% 6.41% 12.23% MI 1 625,422 41.38% 5.13% 3.10% 12.06% 1.13% 2.20% 10.28% 2.15% 0.62% 9.31% 12.64% MI 2 685,570 50.14% 3.94% 3.29% 12.39% 0.63% 2.40% 7.27% 1.46% 0.19% 6.75% 11.53% MI 3 688,968 53.83% 4.96% 2.58% 11.64% 0.44% 1.64% 6.06% 1.25% 0.16% 5.93% 11.53% MI 4 660,440 46.07% 5.20% 2.81% 12.59% 0.58% 2.56% 9.00% 1.72% 0.26% 7.19% 12.02% MI 5 628,838 42.95% 3.63% 2.27% 20.02% 0.57% 1.96% 8.74% 1.52% 0.24% 6.95% 11.16% MI 6 670,669 45.33% 5.12% 3.11% 12.69% 0.37% 4.16% 7.09% 1.75% 0.28% 6.93% 13.18% MI 7 662,101 50.26% 5.00% 2.33% 12.44% 0.54% 1.71% 7.74% 1.50% 0.20% 6.74% 11.53% MI 8 700,931 58.05% 5.33% 1.57% 8.97% 0.48% 2.27% 6.98% 1.11% 0.24% 5.37% 9.62% MI 9 650,896 57.83% 6.35% 2.26% 6.54% 0.31% 2.44% 7.87% 1.01% 0.11% 5.00% 10.29% MI 10 704,840 54.16% 5.21% 2.15% 9.36% 0.52% 1.70% 7.40% 1.36% 0.17% 6.81% 11.17% MI 11 652,069 61.94% 4.65% 2.22% 5.67% 0.34% 1.34% 7.34% 1.06% 0.20% 4.80% 10.44% MI 12 629,876 48.68% 4.35% 2.69% 11.78% 0.38% 1.27% 8.56% 1.72% 0.23% 6.89% 13.44% MI 13 616,359 32.15% 2.96% 3.27% 27.48% 0.68% 2.06% 4.80% 2.53% 0.37% 5.99% 17.71% MI 14 609,316 33.67% 2.55% 2.72% 26.29% 0.31% 1.29% 6.59% 3.38% 0.28% 6.41% 16.51% MI 15 648,570 55.08% 4.92% 1.99% 10.42% 0.54% 1.57% 6.76% 1.52% 0.29% 5.29% 11.62% Coverage by Age Under 18 2,342,793 52.83% 3.92% 0.12% 31.00% 0.45% 1.79% 0.03% 0.20% 0.00% 5.10% 4.56% Age 18-64 6,203,210 57.56% 5.86% 0.96% 9.20% 0.65% 2.56% 0.93% 1.47% 0.18% 3.06% 24.77% Age 65 + 1,288,862 0.93% 0.10% 14.61% 0.00% 0.02% 0.05% 52.65% 5.15% 1.05% 24.97% 0.47% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-42 Table A-24. Minnesota: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.19% 9.37% 0.60% 2.14% 6.65% 1.23% 0.30% 5.74% 9.10% 7.10% 2.74% 8.52% 0.69% 3.97% 8.18% 1.15% 0.30% 6.53% 7.86% 65.30% 6.62% 1.91% 4.75% 0.35% 2.31% 4.72% 0.73% 0.16% 4.66% 8.48% 646,579 62.76% 6.64% 1.65% 6.48% 0.41% 1.59% 6.89% 1.32% 0.20% 4.93% 7.13% MN 4 607,591 54.36% 5.10% 2.11% 11.87% 0.37% 1.56% 7.32% 1.52% 0.28% 4.96% 10.55% MN 5 611,360 51.71% 6.68% 1.72% 15.05% 0.47% 1.36% 4.66% 1.50% 0.25% 4.57% 12.04% MN 6 738,657 64.76% 6.18% 1.60% 6.33% 0.71% 2.08% 4.67% 0.76% 0.23% 5.13% 7.55% MN 7 601,119 46.11% 9.06% 2.71% 11.35% 1.03% 2.06% 8.87% 1.56% 0.46% 7.21% 9.58% MN 8 638,941 46.57% 6.03% 3.26% 12.21% 0.83% 2.11% 8.56% 1.48% 0.59% 8.20% 10.15% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,196,720 56.02% 6.66% MN 1 627,907 52.95% MN 2 724,566 MN 3 State & Congressional Districts Minnesota Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,255,596 61.69% 6.17% 0.23% 18.86% 0.41% 1.90% 0.02% 0.20% 0.01% 3.90% 6.61% Age 18-64 3,311,931 64.28% 8.07% 0.61% 7.55% 0.79% 2.62% 0.55% 0.98% 0.17% 2.68% 11.70% 629,193 1.19% 0.19% 14.44% 0.00% 0.03% 0.06% 51.96% 4.64% 1.62% 25.51% 0.35% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-43 Table A-25. Mississippi: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.25% 16.07% 1.71% 2.20% 4.43% 3.19% 0.52% 6.73% 17.85% 5.04% 4.15% 13.24% 1.15% 1.67% 4.96% 3.27% 0.51% 6.13% 16.87% 31.72% 4.87% 4.33% 23.04% 0.65% 2.53% 3.52% 4.30% 0.57% 5.53% 18.94% 743,641 39.41% 5.03% 4.26% 15.50% 0.98% 2.96% 4.75% 3.03% 0.51% 7.33% 16.25% 716,101 37.77% 4.33% 4.30% 13.35% 4.04% 1.67% 4.35% 2.27% 0.51% 7.85% 19.57% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 2,879,805 38.21% 4.82% MS 1 767,279 43.00% MS 2 652,784 MS 3 MS 4 State & Congressional Districts Mississippi Coverage by Age Under Age 18 Age 18-64 Age 65+ 764,182 34.93% 4.74% 0.38% 41.91% 2.01% 1.34% 0.00% 0.25% 0.01% 4.15% 10.27% 1,759,049 47.19% 5.83% 1.87% 8.11% 1.92% 2.99% 0.75% 2.26% 0.27% 4.09% 24.73% 356,574 0.96% 0.04% 24.32% 0.00% 0.05% 0.12% 32.06% 14.13% 2.87% 25.27% 0.19% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-44 Table A-26. Missouri: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.47% 10.32% 1.27% 1.90% 6.63% 1.93% 0.40% 5.88% 13.18% 4.36% 4.22% 15.74% 0.82% 1.99% 5.81% 2.75% 0.30% 5.21% 14.09% 67.87% 5.92% 2.78% 2.62% 0.40% 1.86% 6.99% 0.55% 0.14% 4.49% 6.37% 649,611 55.88% 5.88% 3.56% 7.64% 0.77% 1.79% 5.94% 1.36% 0.32% 4.93% 11.92% MO 4 632,895 42.12% 5.53% 3.69% 11.67% 3.41% 1.45% 7.35% 1.84% 0.53% 7.61% 14.80% MO 5 662,184 44.77% 5.94% 3.34% 11.64% 1.16% 1.96% 5.83% 1.92% 0.33% 5.75% 17.35% MO 6 685,587 54.87% 5.79% 2.92% 7.60% 1.32% 2.16% 6.79% 1.52% 0.40% 5.71% 10.90% MO 7 699,891 44.45% 5.43% 3.86% 11.97% 1.44% 1.17% 6.78% 2.36% 0.52% 6.14% 15.88% MO 8 617,418 37.13% 4.52% 4.14% 16.00% 1.09% 2.19% 7.33% 3.69% 0.70% 6.99% 16.21% MO 9 651,458 51.83% 5.87% 2.84% 9.28% 1.05% 2.63% 6.78% 1.63% 0.37% 6.16% 11.56% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,871,474 49.52% 5.49% MO 1 587,030 44.69% MO 2 685,400 MO 3 State and Congressional Districts Missouri Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,426,899 52.04% 5.77% 0.39% 27.98% 1.43% 1.76% 0.01% 0.19% 0.01% 3.52% 6.90% Age 18-64 3,663,823 58.87% 6.53% 1.21% 5.65% 1.47% 2.35% 0.83% 1.63% 0.25% 2.88% 18.34% 780,752 1.09% 0.14% 19.68% 0.00% 0.05% 0.08% 45.95% 6.53% 1.81% 24.27% 0.40% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-45 Table A-27. Montana: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.87% 8.35% 2.10% 2.61% 6.67% 1.22% 0.70% 6.69% 18.20% 3.87% 8.35% 2.10% 2.61% 6.67% 1.22% 0.70% 6.69% 18.20% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Montana 957,586 41.80% 7.78% MT – at large 957,586 41.80% 7.78% State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 220,411 44.99% 7.56% 0.31% 25.19% 2.98% 2.27% 0.03% 0.24% 0.00% 3.52% 12.92% Age 1864 602,897 49.77% 9.57% 1.27% 4.06% 2.25% 3.31% 0.34% 0.98% 0.34% 3.98% 24.13% Age 65+ 134,278 0.80% 0.11% 21.37% 0.00% 0.00% 0.05% 46.01% 3.87% 3.47% 24.06% 0.26% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-46 Table A-28. Nebraska: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.72% 8.40% 1.41% 2.33% 6.29% 1.17% 0.37% 6.60% 11.93% 7.72% 2.44% 7.71% 0.89% 2.63% 6.12% 1.18% 0.30% 6.09% 10.45% 53.63% 4.79% 2.51% 8.79% 2.57% 1.72% 4.79% 1.13% 0.24% 6.54% 13.29% 44.59% 10.80% 3.28% 8.73% 0.65% 2.69% 8.20% 1.20% 0.59% 7.24% 12.02% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,762,977 51.16% 7.63% NE 1 604,485 54.47% NE 2 620,897 NE 3 537,595 State & Congressional Districts Nebraska Coverage by Age Under Age 18 444,973 55.22% 6.86% 0.23% 24.22% 1.81% 1.86% 0.00% 0.07% 0.00% 3.43% 6.29% Age 18-64 1,091,175 59.85% 9.49% 0.57% 3.70% 1.53% 2.99% 0.47% 0.96% 0.18% 3.67% 16.59% 226,829 1.38% 0.16% 17.97% 0.00% 0.05% 0.08% 46.61% 4.32% 1.98% 26.90% 0.55% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-47 Table A-29. Nevada: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.74% 6.18% 1.71% 4.08% 4.38% 1.12% 0.49% 5.59% 21.90% 4.16% 3.33% 8.20% 2.57% 2.17% 3.33% 1.21% 0.35% 5.19% 26.08% 43.12% 4.97% 4.10% 6.11% 1.39% 5.42% 5.69% 1.08% 0.80% 6.10% 21.21% 50.70% 4.96% 3.76% 4.63% 1.27% 4.52% 4.16% 1.07% 0.35% 5.49% 19.10% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 2,610,041 46.09% 4.72% NV 1 798,726 43.41% NV 2 818,724 NV 3 992,591 State & Congressional Districts Nevada Coverage by Age Under Age 18 681,911 49.80% 5.42% 0.24% 16.43% 1.96% 4.42% 0.07% 0.18% 0.02% 3.66% 17.80% Age 1864 1,625,303 52.58% 5.27% 0.87% 3.04% 1.88% 4.63% 0.42% 0.63% 0.16% 3.18% 27.35% Age 65+ 302,827 2.91% 0.18% 27.02% 0.00% 0.19% 0.39% 35.38% 5.86% 3.33% 22.89% 1.86% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-48 Table A-30. New Hampshire Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.87% 6.91% 0.84% 1.41% 6.32% 1.50% 0.31% 6.26% 10.24% 4.53% 2.83% 7.25% 0.73% 1.42% 6.11% 1.34% 0.20% 6.41% 10.14% 5.02% 2.90% 6.57% 0.96% 1.40% 6.54% 1.66% 0.42% 6.12% 10.35% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,308,729 58.56% 4.77% NH 1 660,043 59.04% NH 2 648,686 58.07% State & Congressional Districts New Hampshire Coverage by Age Under Age 18 288,780 65.52% 3.67% 0.15% 20.99% 0.57% 0.76% 0.00% 0.14% 0.00% 3.53% 4.67% Age 18-64 850,768 67.56% 6.06% 1.02% 3.51% 1.10% 1.88% 0.56% 1.26% 0.10% 2.84% 14.11% Age 65+ 169,181 1.45% 0.17% 16.78% 0.00% 0.01% 0.14% 46.12% 5.03% 1.84% 28.17% 0.28% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-49 Table A-31. New Jersey: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.50% 8.41% 0.40% 2.35% 6.20% 1.55% 0.16% 4.66% 12.63% 3.55% 2.98% 10.56% 0.52% 2.47% 6.11% 1.47% 0.26% 5.22% 11.81% 50.43% 3.44% 3.41% 10.80% 0.64% 2.98% 6.90% 1.56% 0.26% 6.94% 12.63% 676,723 57.08% 4.20% 3.71% 5.86% 1.26% 2.27% 9.25% 1.13% 0.17% 6.90% 8.17% NJ 4 696,769 55.69% 4.05% 3.67% 8.88% 0.34% 1.89% 8.05% 1.09% 0.26% 5.41% 10.67% NJ 5 659,105 64.64% 6.43% 3.11% 3.34% 0.20% 1.76% 7.48% 0.81% 0.14% 4.47% 7.62% NJ 6 655,078 56.15% 4.65% 2.85% 7.51% 0.43% 2.48% 5.37% 1.54% 0.10% 4.44% 14.49% NJ 7 662,496 66.82% 4.78% 2.96% 3.41% 0.14% 2.41% 6.51% 0.82% 0.05% 4.37% 7.74% NJ 8 630,443 49.86% 2.97% 3.63% 12.88% 0.15% 3.00% 4.64% 2.75% 0.18% 4.35% 15.58% NJ 9 647,649 51.10% 8.01% 4.91% 6.77% 0.45% 2.18% 5.26% 1.51% 0.10% 3.70% 16.02% NJ 10 623,285 42.52% 3.05% 4.42% 17.56% 0.35% 2.41% 3.29% 2.61% 0.24% 3.62% 19.93% NJ 11 657,176 67.82% 5.19% 2.84% 2.80% 0.18% 2.07% 7.16% 0.80% 0.16% 3.92% 7.06% NJ 12 687,817 64.29% 4.64% 3.18% 4.55% 0.30% 1.99% 7.10% 1.35% 0.09% 4.45% 8.05% NJ 13 649,932 40.91% 2.96% 3.91% 15.31% 0.17% 2.63% 2.99% 2.81% 0.10% 2.54% 25.66% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 8,582,670 55.69% 4.46% NJ 1 659,038 55.06% NJ 2 677,159 NJ 3 State & Congressional Districts New Jersey Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,044,419 61.74% 4.79% 0.38% 20.91% 0.58% 2.27% 0.02% 0.24% 0.01% 2.70% 6.35% Age 1864 5,412,778 64.48% 5.22% 0.90% 5.44% 0.40% 2.83% 0.57% 0.75% 0.07% 2.01% 17.34% Age 65+ 1,125,473 2.38% 0.21% 21.66% 0.00% 0.03% 0.15% 44.55% 7.75% 0.88% 20.98% 1.41% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-50 Table A-32. New Mexico: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.93% 16.52% 1.87% 1.72% 4.93% 2.18% 0.55% 7.07% 19.73% 4.89% 3.45% 15.18% 2.56% 1.20% 4.44% 1.70% 0.48% 6.89% 17.54% 32.58% 3.99% 4.42% 19.59% 1.37% 1.47% 5.38% 2.90% 0.58% 8.10% 19.62% 36.07% 5.01% 3.96% 14.94% 1.65% 2.47% 5.00% 1.99% 0.60% 6.27% 22.04% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,975,830 36.86% 4.64% NM 1 671,997 41.67% NM 2 633,926 NM 3 669,907 State & Congressional Districts New Mexico Coverage by Age Under Age 18 514,098 34.91% 3.47% 0.22% 41.77% 2.18% 1.41% 0.02% 0.23% 0.02% 4.36% 11.43% Age 1864 1,203,374 45.35% 6.09% 1.29% 9.27% 2.07% 2.22% 0.51% 1.38% 0.24% 4.35% 27.23% Age 65+ 258,358 1.18% 0.25% 23.66% 0.00% 0.30% 0.00% 35.29% 9.84% 3.05% 25.08% 1.35% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-51 Table A-33. New York: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.36% 14.55% 0.40% 2.78% 5.93% 2.41% 0.25% 5.24% 11.39% 4.89% 2.53% 6.08% 0.28% 3.53% 7.41% 1.12% 0.20% 5.33% 9.37% 59.66% 4.97% 3.11% 6.51% 0.16% 1.98% 6.73% 1.44% 0.22% 4.35% 10.86% 651,877 62.69% 5.95% 3.43% 3.86% 0.15% 1.91% 8.43% 1.18% 0.28% 4.88% 7.25% NY 4 658,198 57.37% 4.77% 3.46% 8.40% 0.20% 2.24% 6.65% 1.47% 0.13% 3.99% 11.31% NY 5 699,895 35.43% 5.15% 3.96% 15.28% 0.12% 8.76% 5.73% 2.88% 0.14% 4.01% 18.54% NY 6 654,352 43.93% 4.15% 4.12% 18.79% 0.14% 3.68% 3.78% 2.47% 0.17% 4.83% 13.93% NY 7 672,448 36.38% 2.83% 4.78% 21.82% 0.25% 6.06% 3.57% 3.28% 0.17% 4.47% 16.39% NY 8 698,722 48.83% 6.75% 3.10% 15.44% 0.16% 2.23% 5.12% 4.36% 0.21% 4.37% 9.42% NY 9 693,046 50.12% 4.78% 5.37% 14.28% 0.24% 1.73% 5.41% 3.55% 0.13% 3.76% 10.62% NY 10 685,266 37.63% 3.88% 3.58% 28.10% 0.14% 3.04% 2.37% 4.09% 0.18% 4.92% 12.07% NY 11 671,633 41.04% 5.13% 3.04% 21.27% 0.06% 4.44% 2.84% 3.11% 0.16% 4.58% 14.34% NY 12 686,635 33.03% 5.51% 4.15% 26.19% 0.15% 1.26% 1.67% 4.19% 0.12% 4.33% 19.39% NY 13 696,557 53.67% 4.23% 4.58% 13.87% 0.22% 1.51% 6.22% 2.37% 0.22% 4.31% 8.79% NY 14 667,462 58.31% 7.65% 4.30% 6.65% 0.14% 2.38% 5.72% 1.87% 0.19% 3.36% 9.43% NY 15 651,786 36.63% 4.53% 3.89% 22.74% 0.20% 3.37% 2.54% 5.07% 0.27% 4.19% 16.56% NY 16 686,201 20.98% 2.41% 2.42% 43.13% 0.33% 1.57% 1.01% 5.03% 0.17% 4.25% 18.70% NY 17 666,540 49.15% 2.89% 3.49% 18.31% 0.11% 1.04% 5.30% 2.36% 0.20% 4.45% 12.70% NY 18 666,092 55.22% 5.25% 3.21% 6.95% 0.13% 5.54% 7.28% 1.30% 0.16% 4.00% 10.96% NY 19 692,738 62.33% 5.51% 2.18% 6.22% 0.49% 2.10% 6.39% 0.91% 0.15% 5.03% 8.70% NY 20 663,546 55.75% 4.34% 2.86% 8.59% 0.82% 2.04% 8.65% 1.39% 0.37% 6.38% 8.81% NY 21 654,497 54.48% 5.26% 2.43% 10.38% 0.41% 1.77% 8.18% 1.73% 0.29% 6.73% 8.33% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only New York 19,264,374 49.03% 4.65% NY 1 711,724 59.25% NY 2 679,365 NY 3 State & Congressional Districts CRS-52 Medicaid Only TRICARE Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.22% 12.28% 0.43% 2.29% 7.07% 2.15% 0.23% 5.63% 11.40% 3.77% 2.91% 13.24% 2.98% 2.59% 7.34% 2.16% 0.49% 7.85% 9.70% 51.06% 4.09% 3.30% 12.46% 0.92% 1.74% 7.87% 1.72% 0.42% 7.38% 9.04% 646,073 56.23% 4.10% 2.69% 9.78% 0.84% 2.05% 7.73% 1.41% 0.46% 6.19% 8.52% NY 26 634,377 59.42% 4.25% 2.36% 7.94% 0.38% 1.89% 8.49% 1.23% 0.31% 6.91% 6.83% NY 27 622,907 48.62% 3.70% 3.28% 14.34% 0.61% 2.70% 8.82% 1.60% 0.41% 7.52% 8.40% NY 28 602,376 43.24% 4.49% 2.91% 18.32% 0.37% 3.25% 6.39% 2.80% 0.43% 7.82% 9.99% NY 29 642,007 55.58% 4.34% 2.40% 9.30% 0.49% 1.68% 8.47% 1.35% 0.40% 7.36% 8.64% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only NY 22 658,159 50.20% 5.10% NY 23 634,685 46.97% NY 24 615,210 NY 25 State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 4,413,888 51.88% 4.76% 0.19% 30.74% 0.45% 2.88% 0.02% 0.20% 0.01% 4.23% 4.64% Age 1864 12,337,913 57.50% 5.51% 0.87% 11.72% 0.46% 3.29% 0.58% 1.15% 0.12% 2.88% 15.91% Age 65+ 2,512,573 2.38% 0.27% 21.13% 0.00% 0.02% 0.13% 42.61% 12.48% 1.31% 18.62% 1.05% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-53 Table A-34. North Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.73% 11.90% 2.45% 1.97% 5.56% 1.77% 0.36% 6.43% 16.08% 4.13% 4.98% 18.39% 3.81% 2.76% 5.56% 4.03% 0.38% 8.56% 17.31% 40.98% 4.62% 3.29% 13.66% 5.14% 1.73% 4.26% 1.75% 0.38% 7.20% 17.00% 641,265 35.36% 5.53% 2.72% 10.75% 9.06% 2.30% 6.12% 1.76% 0.36% 10.44% 15.61% NC 4 814,048 59.05% 8.06% 1.99% 7.25% 0.77% 1.89% 4.41% 0.87% 0.11% 4.66% 10.94% NC 5 671,532 47.19% 7.05% 4.22% 9.45% 1.03% 2.04% 7.11% 1.60% 0.44% 6.43% 13.44% NC 6 707,121 45.11% 6.28% 4.30% 10.71% 1.44% 2.12% 6.95% 1.28% 0.28% 5.83% 15.70% NC 7 701,693 36.63% 6.18% 4.15% 14.67% 2.46% 1.27% 6.01% 2.49% 0.42% 7.52% 18.20% NC 8 675,740 38.34% 4.60% 3.28% 14.81% 5.18% 2.60% 4.40% 1.83% 0.47% 7.02% 17.47% NC 9 859,748 55.83% 7.19% 2.52% 7.45% 0.75% 1.89% 5.09% 0.85% 0.19% 4.79% 13.45% NC 10 679,891 42.49% 5.77% 4.52% 11.98% 0.79% 1.73% 6.31% 1.98% 0.46% 6.09% 17.88% NC 11 666,439 37.84% 7.58% 5.36% 11.98% 1.31% 1.48% 8.13% 1.94% 0.73% 7.25% 16.41% NC 12 695,730 44.04% 3.79% 4.38% 15.11% 0.61% 1.92% 3.57% 1.63% 0.21% 4.71% 20.03% NC 13 742,815 47.56% 5.99% 3.56% 11.35% 0.91% 2.03% 4.89% 1.73% 0.30% 4.57% 17.09% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 9,149,289 43.79% 5.97% NC 1 583,165 30.08% NC 2 710,102 NC 3 State & Congressional Districts North Carolina Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,271,175 43.56% 6.10% 0.36% 32.62% 3.75% 1.51% 0.01% 0.16% 0.01% 3.75% 8.19% Age 1864 5,738,729 52.40% 7.09% 1.37% 6.07% 2.40% 2.53% 0.69% 1.32% 0.21% 3.64% 22.27% Age 65+ 1,139,385 0.90% 0.12% 22.30% 0.00% 0.08% 0.02% 41.14% 7.22% 1.77% 25.82% 0.62% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-54 Table A-35. North Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.33% 5.49% 2.48% 2.49% 7.37% 1.27% 0.27% 7.42% 9.65% 2.33% 5.49% 2.48% 2.49% 7.37% 1.27% 0.27% 7.42% 9.65% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only North Dakota 630,082 51.90% 9.34% ND – at large 630,082 51.90% 9.34% State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 141,231 58.91% 8.71% 0.01% 15.44% 3.69% 2.44% 0.05% 0.06% 0.00% 5.05% 5.63% Age 1864 400,561 60.60% 11.56% 0.57% 3.19% 2.59% 3.06% 0.59% 1.08% 0.07% 3.57% 13.12% Age 65 + 88,290 1.23% 0.27% 13.99% 0.00% 0.02% 0.00% 49.85% 4.05% 1.57% 28.68% 0.35% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-55 Table A-36. Ohio: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicaid Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance Ohio 11,351,905 51.52% 4.19% 3.51% 11.51% 0.80% 1.93% 6.73% 1.48% 0.32% 5.82% 12.18% OH 1 621,260 49.66% 4.52% 5.02% 12.71% 0.57% 1.79% 5.95% 1.68% 0.23% 4.31% 13.55% OH 2 678,626 56.95% 5.17% 3.67% 8.09% 0.65% 1.81% 6.49% 1.36% 0.39% 5.18% 10.25% OH 3 623,901 51.33% 4.31% 3.67% 11.03% 1.57% 1.94% 6.99% 1.26% 0.30% 5.93% 11.67% OH 4 613,499 50.14% 3.61% 3.74% 12.10% 0.45% 2.20% 7.52% 1.18% 0.32% 6.46% 12.28% OH 5 617,546 54.19% 4.71% 2.60% 9.49% 0.56% 2.46% 7.33% 1.08% 0.26% 6.84% 10.47% OH 6 597,723 50.15% 3.66% 3.90% 12.81% 0.92% 1.70% 7.54% 1.90% 0.43% 6.41% 10.57% OH 7 654,339 47.77% 3.83% 3.36% 13.31% 2.14% 2.35% 6.12% 1.05% 0.39% 8.51% 11.17% OH 8 649,903 53.31% 3.71% 3.37% 10.47% 0.96% 1.83% 6.56% 1.39% 0.32% 5.54% 12.54% OH 9 631,437 48.44% 4.12% 3.13% 13.36% 0.45% 2.11% 6.90% 1.72% 0.19% 6.03% 13.55% OH 10 589,239 50.87% 3.87% 4.04% 12.30% 0.66% 1.81% 7.65% 1.59% 0.47% 4.81% 11.92% OH 11 529,421 39.76% 3.59% 3.97% 19.86% 0.60% 1.99% 6.18% 3.08% 0.43% 6.20% 14.33% OH 12 730,337 58.32% 4.83% 2.20% 9.37% 0.41% 1.85% 5.10% 1.26% 0.16% 4.41% 12.09% OH 13 631,122 53.51% 3.60% 3.30% 11.12% 0.64% 1.41% 7.59% 1.36% 0.35% 6.15% 10.97% OH 14 648,014 58.95% 4.71% 3.32% 6.01% 0.59% 1.64% 7.97% 1.03% 0.23% 5.04% 10.51% OH 15 666,657 54.59% 5.01% 2.56% 11.09% 0.54% 2.15% 4.57% 0.97% 0.13% 4.65% 13.73% OH 16 643,191 52.54% 4.02% 3.80% 10.07% 0.96% 2.27% 7.00% 1.19% 0.35% 6.38% 11.40% OH 17 600,173 49.17% 3.90% 3.99% 13.35% 0.79% 1.58% 7.04% 1.78% 0.48% 5.85% 12.08% OH 18 625,517 43.64% 3.89% 3.95% 12.89% 1.01% 1.89% 7.06% 2.25% 0.45% 6.41% 16.57% State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,710,364 55.31% 3.41% 0.27% 27.73% 0.65% 1.54% 0.04% 0.18% 0.01% 4.50% 6.36% Age 1864 7,122,021 60.78% 5.34% 1.18% 7.79% 1.03% 2.48% 0.65% 1.16% 0.16% 2.53% 16.90% CRS-56 State & Congressional Districts Age 65+ Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only 1,519,520 1.33% 0.18% 20.22% 0.00% TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 0.03% 0.06% 47.16% 5.33% 1.62% 23.62% 0.45% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-57 Table A-37. Oklahoma: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.50% 11.95% 2.25% 1.92% 5.87% 1.89% 0.56% 6.78% 18.71% 5.00% 3.02% 9.81% 0.91% 1.79% 5.14% 1.67% 0.47% 5.98% 18.59% 34.11% 3.52% 4.51% 16.09% 1.73% 1.72% 6.69% 2.83% 0.97% 6.05% 21.77% 691,092 42.42% 6.10% 3.69% 10.76% 2.04% 2.57% 6.58% 2.00% 0.45% 6.36% 17.02% OK 4 718,226 42.56% 5.53% 3.30% 9.18% 4.87% 1.81% 5.65% 1.55% 0.53% 9.26% 15.77% OK 5 735,604 40.34% 5.26% 3.04% 14.00% 1.74% 1.72% 5.41% 1.45% 0.40% 6.26% 20.37% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 3,590,307 41.48% 5.08% OK 1 745,943 47.61% OK 2 699,442 OK 3 State & Congressional Districts Oklahoma Coverage by Age Under Age 18 Age 18-64 Age 65+ 918,593 39.72% 5.52% 0.26% 34.59% 2.92% 1.25% 0.02% 0.15% 0.02% 4.37% 11.18% 2,198,149 50.96% 5.97% 1.31% 5.06% 2.44% 2.57% 0.77% 1.37% 0.25% 3.55% 25.75% 473,565 0.92% 0.13% 19.96% 0.00% 0.07% 0.17% 40.91% 7.69% 3.04% 26.47% 0.64% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-58 Table A-38. Oregon: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.93% 8.99% 0.97% 1.89% 6.51% 1.39% 0.50% 6.15% 17.01% 6.96% 2.16% 5.77% 0.86% 2.25% 5.48% 0.96% 0.36% 4.62% 14.75% 39.10% 7.63% 3.94% 10.00% 1.40% 1.88% 8.11% 1.31% 0.51% 7.57% 18.54% 759,412 49.91% 6.80% 2.33% 10.28% 0.43% 1.55% 4.58% 1.60% 0.32% 4.93% 17.26% OR 4 724,640 40.96% 6.22% 3.44% 10.52% 1.34% 1.80% 7.57% 1.68% 0.83% 7.78% 17.85% OR 5 754,916 47.91% 6.07% 2.86% 8.63% 0.84% 1.96% 6.94% 1.43% 0.52% 6.03% 16.82% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Oregon 3,779,860 46.90% 6.74% OR 1 793,830 55.82% OR 2 747,062 OR 3 State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 871,362 51.21% 7.11% 0.15% 25.15% 0.61% 1.57% 0.01% 0.16% 0.01% 3.63% 10.39% Age 18-64 2,405,905 54.88% 7.99% 0.80% 5.02% 1.29% 2.40% 0.57% 0.96% 0.24% 3.05% 22.79% Age 65+ 502,593 1.19% 0.13% 17.97% 0.00% 0.08% 0.02% 46.22% 5.59% 2.62% 25.35% 0.84% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-59 Table A-39. Pennsylvania: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance PA 12,365,826 52.11% 5.08% 3.28% 10.48% 0.51% 2.30% 7.83% 1.52% 0.26% 6.77% 9.87% PA 1 647,527 34.61% 3.76% 4.37% 24.60% 0.41% 1.46% 3.87% 2.76% 0.14% 7.23% 16.80% PA 2 633,419 44.34% 6.97% 4.23% 15.46% 0.16% 2.65% 4.56% 2.45% 0.43% 6.08% 12.68% PA 3 626,353 48.99% 4.74% 3.01% 12.69% 0.43% 1.74% 7.85% 1.79% 0.34% 8.32% 10.12% PA 4 629,742 56.83% 4.68% 3.40% 8.01% 0.42% 2.05% 9.34% 1.54% 0.25% 6.92% 6.56% PA 5 615,045 48.03% 4.99% 3.54% 11.52% 0.84% 2.48% 8.00% 1.79% 0.46% 7.99% 10.36% PA 6 715,434 59.52% 5.35% 2.49% 6.12% 0.46% 4.10% 7.15% 0.71% 0.14% 5.98% 7.98% PA 7 650,042 60.31% 6.09% 3.22% 5.86% 0.32% 3.07% 7.43% 0.97% 0.17% 5.70% 6.86% PA 8 665,276 61.36% 6.37% 2.61% 3.96% 0.33% 4.52% 8.22% 1.08% 0.11% 5.56% 5.89% PA 9 644,091 47.89% 4.71% 3.32% 10.56% 0.78% 1.63% 8.80% 1.50% 0.32% 7.60% 12.88% PA 10 638,932 49.66% 4.37% 3.67% 10.66% 0.69% 1.82% 9.31% 1.68% 0.29% 7.21% 10.63% PA 11 661,063 49.08% 5.27% 3.30% 11.73% 0.40% 2.02% 9.03% 1.60% 0.29% 7.19% 10.06% PA 12 601,302 44.94% 5.11% 3.54% 13.32% 0.75% 1.56% 10.49% 2.01% 0.43% 7.93% 9.93% PA 13 666,422 55.34% 5.43% 3.55% 8.81% 0.29% 2.64% 7.16% 1.83% 0.09% 5.24% 9.62% PA 14 571,578 46.42% 4.89% 3.44% 14.86% 0.51% 1.47% 8.20% 1.92% 0.50% 7.04% 10.75% PA 15 699,940 55.71% 4.46% 3.17% 9.25% 0.38% 2.29% 8.42% 1.14% 0.15% 5.77% 9.26% PA 16 697,066 53.18% 5.01% 3.16% 9.36% 0.42% 1.95% 6.44% 0.82% 0.21% 5.91% 13.55% PA 17 649,338 53.48% 4.60% 3.09% 9.67% 0.85% 1.74% 7.81% 1.67% 0.26% 7.10% 9.71% PA 18 645,767 57.94% 5.43% 2.58% 6.86% 0.65% 1.69% 9.72% 0.97% 0.22% 6.85% 7.08% PA 19 707,489 58.80% 4.26% 2.89% 7.78% 0.66% 2.36% 7.44% 0.92% 0.23% 7.44% 7.22% CRS-60 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,765,748 55.48% 4.33% 0.08% 26.52% 0.53% 2.19% 0.05% 0.13% 0.03% 5.34% 5.33% Age 1864 7,758,208 62.92% 6.49% 1.00% 7.25% 0.62% 2.87% 0.70% 1.13% 0.14% 3.17% 13.71% Age 65+ 1,841,870 1.50% 0.23% 17.70% 0.00% 0.03% 0.06% 49.56% 5.22% 1.13% 24.07% 0.49% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-61 Table A-40. Rhode Island: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,035,366 50.86% 5.64% RI 1 506,930 50.87% RI 2 528,436 50.86% Rhode Island Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.53% 10.14% 1.04% 2.11% 6.64% 2.20% 0.30% 6.26% 11.27% 6.64% 3.81% 9.41% 1.48% 1.82% 6.51% 1.98% 0.32% 6.57% 10.59% 4.67% 3.26% 10.84% 0.62% 2.38% 6.77% 2.42% 0.29% 5.95% 11.92% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 226,681 54.40% 5.62% 0.17% 24.90% 1.33% 1.69% 0.02% 0.46% 0.00% 6.01% 5.42% Age 1864 665,845 60.07% 6.84% 0.92% 7.29% 1.16% 2.69% 0.70% 1.66% 0.25% 2.85% 15.56% Age 65+ 142,840 2.35% 0.05% 21.03% 0.00% 0.05% 0.03% 44.85% 7.50% 1.05% 22.55% 0.54% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-62 Table A-41. South Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance South Carolina 4,454,344 42.46% 5.08% 3.83% 11.78% 2.08% 2.30% 5.53% 2.27% 0.42% 7.43% 16.83% SC 1 825,819 41.02% 6.56% 3.08% 8.64% 3.23% 3.15% 5.31% 1.62% 0.34% 9.18% 17.88% SC 2 769,441 46.96% 5.61% 3.19% 8.78% 3.62% 2.13% 5.63% 1.37% 0.33% 8.25% 14.14% SC 3 698,684 42.62% 4.65% 4.42% 12.91% 1.12% 2.22% 6.82% 2.52% 0.64% 6.79% 15.28% SC 4 761,584 44.33% 5.18% 4.33% 11.01% 0.78% 1.88% 5.64% 2.39% 0.31% 5.93% 18.23% SC 5 747,539 43.08% 3.76% 3.87% 14.18% 1.83% 2.23% 4.95% 2.74% 0.43% 6.59% 16.33% SC 6 651,277 35.88% 4.44% 4.27% 16.22% 1.61% 2.07% 4.88% 3.19% 0.50% 7.61% 19.32% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,078,199 43.44% 5.08% 0.41% 32.23% 2.79% 1.90% 0.02% 0.22% 0.05% 3.90% 9.96% Age 1864 2,777,503 50.98% 6.15% 1.41% 6.37% 2.23% 2.93% 0.88% 1.72% 0.22% 4.06% 23.05% Age 65+ 598,642 1.16% 0.10% 21.24% 0.00% 0.07% 0.08% 37.08% 8.50% 2.01% 29.39% 0.36% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-63 Table A-42. South Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance South Dakota 792,969 44.93% 9.16% 2.98% 8.96% 1.87% 2.76% 6.81% 1.30% 0.68% 7.45% 13.10% SD – at large 792,969 44.93% 9.16% 2.98% 8.96% 1.87% 2.76% 6.81% 1.30% 0.68% 7.45% 13.10% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 194,825 46.99% 9.31% 0.06% 25.10% 2.39% 2.42% 0.00% 0.14% 0.00% 6.03% 7.57% Age 1864 489,603 53.88% 11.03% 0.98% 4.52% 2.03% 3.50% 0.59% 1.08% 0.28% 3.96% 18.13% Age 65+ 108,541 0.85% 0.47% 17.24% 0.00% 0.18% 0.00% 47.09% 4.40% 3.71% 25.71% 0.36% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-64 Table A-43. Tennessee: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.10% 12.79% 1.55% 1.83% 5.58% 2.32% 0.42% 6.70% 14.27% 4.44% 4.65% 14.09% 1.11% 1.43% 7.10% 2.66% 0.53% 8.39% 15.06% 49.70% 5.68% 3.83% 10.71% 0.88% 1.60% 6.75% 1.66% 0.23% 7.06% 11.89% 682,366 43.57% 5.28% 4.15% 13.90% 0.67% 1.74% 6.75% 2.77% 0.45% 6.35% 14.36% TN 4 667,473 39.57% 5.31% 4.36% 14.67% 1.47% 1.69% 6.98% 3.01% 0.50% 7.39% 15.05% TN 5 701,644 48.96% 7.49% 3.29% 10.70% 0.67% 1.86% 4.51% 1.66% 0.29% 4.91% 15.66% TN 6 768,778 48.75% 6.08% 3.79% 11.23% 1.21% 1.58% 4.58% 2.52% 0.40% 5.77% 14.09% TN 7 745,592 51.30% 6.73% 2.94% 8.27% 4.47% 2.49% 4.56% 1.57% 0.32% 7.40% 9.94% TN 8 631,765 39.24% 4.95% 4.01% 16.64% 2.19% 2.12% 5.41% 2.25% 0.51% 7.68% 15.02% TN 9 605,541 39.67% 3.35% 6.34% 16.45% 1.16% 1.99% 3.59% 3.01% 0.56% 5.38% 18.48% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,188,118 44.89% 5.54% TN 1 664,624 40.54% TN 2 720,335 TN 3 State & Congressional Districts Tennessee Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,487,977 46.68% 5.84% 1.29% 31.49% 2.07% 1.54% 0.06% 0.73% 0.00% 4.42% 5.87% Age 18-64 3,899,384 53.17% 6.54% 1.39% 8.28% 1.67% 2.31% 0.70% 1.73% 0.26% 3.62% 20.33% 800,757 1.24% 0.13% 22.53% 0.00% 0.03% 0.06% 39.59% 8.16% 1.95% 25.89% 0.41% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-65 Table A-44. Texas: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.13% 11.82% 1.59% 1.83% 3.79% 1.66% 0.31% 4.92% 23.81% 4.85% 4.17% 11.66% 1.15% 1.86% 6.48% 1.92% 0.47% 5.75% 21.81% 49.97% 4.36% 3.48% 10.23% 0.72% 1.31% 4.20% 1.10% 0.36% 4.72% 19.55% 869,614 54.87% 5.14% 1.93% 6.42% 0.38% 1.77% 3.05% 1.03% 0.15% 3.15% 22.11% TX 4 805,932 46.47% 4.93% 3.83% 9.51% 1.26% 1.67% 5.44% 1.43% 0.54% 5.01% 19.89% TX 5 702,371 43.83% 4.24% 4.07% 10.67% 0.88% 1.58% 5.53% 1.25% 0.49% 4.57% 22.90% TX 6 796,148 47.71% 5.21% 2.88% 9.75% 1.22% 1.57% 3.81% 1.05% 0.34% 4.53% 21.94% TX 7 776,902 56.82% 6.22% 2.75% 5.57% 0.30% 2.12% 4.47% 0.62% 0.16% 2.93% 18.03% TX 8 779,394 47.77% 4.92% 3.91% 8.70% 1.01% 1.42% 6.02% 1.22% 0.36% 4.31% 20.36% TX 9 734,610 34.79% 2.67% 2.93% 14.81% 0.39% 1.34% 2.17% 2.33% 0.26% 2.33% 35.99% TX 10 935,944 52.87% 5.43% 2.03% 8.40% 0.74% 1.91% 2.99% 1.04% 0.22% 3.40% 20.98% TX 11 675,120 37.27% 4.87% 4.05% 10.34% 1.72% 3.31% 5.89% 1.94% 0.43% 6.84% 23.33% TX 12 805,300 45.45% 5.41% 3.37% 10.20% 0.99% 1.68% 3.16% 0.97% 0.22% 4.51% 24.05% TX 13 627,134 40.90% 5.63% 3.71% 9.95% 1.90% 1.82% 5.95% 1.36% 0.53% 6.61% 21.66% TX 14 741,155 48.26% 5.09% 3.31% 8.99% 0.99% 1.60% 5.15% 1.06% 0.30% 4.67% 20.58% TX 15 742,627 27.23% 3.84% 3.79% 21.96% 0.80% 1.16% 3.48% 3.68% 0.33% 3.84% 29.89% TX 16 693,244 29.71% 3.04% 4.15% 17.88% 4.69% 1.58% 2.12% 2.91% 0.31% 5.97% 27.64% TX 17 729,661 45.41% 5.93% 3.33% 11.34% 1.27% 1.55% 4.69% 1.37% 0.44% 5.27% 19.40% TX 18 733,855 31.24% 2.98% 3.76% 19.67% 0.53% 2.56% 2.03% 2.27% 0.30% 3.22% 31.45% TX 19 655,316 38.69% 5.59% 3.62% 12.38% 2.12% 2.46% 5.33% 1.86% 0.51% 6.12% 21.32% TX 20 677,172 29.00% 2.67% 3.04% 15.32% 2.79% 3.96% 2.86% 2.33% 0.34% 12.37% 25.33% TX 21 816,981 50.36% 6.31% 2.48% 6.30% 3.36% 2.09% 4.35% 0.89% 0.24% 8.78% 14.84% TX 22 889,055 56.81% 4.56% 2.56% 7.49% 0.89% 1.62% 3.24% 0.99% 0.20% 3.40% 18.24% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Texas 24,291,561 42.61% 4.53% TX 1 696,363 39.88% TX 2 726,926 TX 3 State & Congressional Districts CRS-66 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.10% 15.20% 2.81% 2.48% 2.83% 2.76% 0.25% 6.44% 22.71% 5.22% 2.16% 6.64% 0.66% 2.02% 2.83% 0.71% 0.17% 3.88% 21.89% 44.37% 5.94% 2.16% 11.09% 1.24% 1.59% 3.68% 1.18% 0.33% 4.15% 24.26% 899,518 51.24% 4.94% 2.74% 9.73% 0.89% 1.78% 3.48% 1.13% 0.29% 3.96% 19.81% TX 27 701,812 29.24% 3.78% 3.47% 18.98% 2.19% 1.42% 3.00% 3.16% 0.49% 5.02% 29.24% TX 28 808,100 27.79% 3.05% 3.10% 20.25% 1.74% 1.31% 2.29% 3.80% 0.22% 4.07% 32.37% TX 29 673,410 28.40% 1.31% 3.06% 20.72% 0.51% 1.12% 1.96% 1.75% 0.27% 2.69% 38.21% TX 30 731,117 31.95% 2.71% 3.62% 16.84% 0.70% 1.66% 2.21% 2.59% 0.23% 3.39% 34.09% TX 31 818,220 45.51% 3.88% 1.86% 7.36% 9.78% 2.09% 3.59% 1.21% 0.24% 9.86% 14.60% TX 32 674,196 41.01% 5.42% 3.04% 9.99% 0.40% 1.41% 3.84% 1.16% 0.21% 3.08% 30.46% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only TX 23 783,773 37.62% 3.81% TX 24 790,708 53.82% TX 25 799,883 TX 26 State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 6,877,730 40.55% 4.49% 0.31% 31.89% 1.88% 1.39% 0.03% 0.20% 0.01% 2.97% 16.28% Age 1864 14,974,882 50.21% 5.25% 0.98% 4.53% 1.71% 2.31% 0.40% 0.88% 0.16% 2.73% 30.84% Age 65+ 2,438,949 1.81% 0.22% 24.28% 0.00% 0.07% 0.09% 35.14% 10.62% 2.10% 23.83% 1.84% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-67 Table A-45. Utah: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.21% 6.92% 1.08% 2.65% 4.00% 0.90% 0.24% 5.04% 14.56% 5.56% 1.86% 6.48% 2.01% 3.08% 3.78% 0.85% 0.23% 6.08% 14.40% 54.11% 8.35% 3.07% 6.62% 0.77% 2.40% 5.21% 0.87% 0.25% 4.76% 13.57% 56.96% 6.48% 1.74% 7.58% 0.52% 2.48% 3.09% 0.99% 0.23% 4.34% 15.59% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Utah 2,755,284 55.63% 6.79% UT 1 886,947 55.68% UT 2 886,341 UT 3 981,996 State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 868,873 61.15% 6.47% 0.10% 14.79% 1.27% 2.52% 0.01% 0.04% 0.01% 3.39% 10.26% Age 1864 1,641,565 60.70% 7.93% 0.49% 3.79% 1.13% 3.09% 0.36% 0.67% 0.09% 2.86% 18.90% Age 65+ 244,846 2.07% 0.23% 21.21% 0.00% 0.09% 0.12% 42.53% 5.53% 2.00% 25.51% 0.71% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-68 Table A-46. Vermont: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.26% 15.05% 0.80% 1.32% 6.43% 2.53% 0.42% 7.15% 8.64% 3.26% 15.05% 0.80% 1.32% 6.43% 2.53% 0.42% 7.15% 8.64% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Vermont 615,376 49.29% 5.10% VT - at large 615,376 49.29% 5.10% State & Congressional Districts Coverage by Age Under Age 18 126,482 51.08% 2.86% 0.08% 33.63% 0.42% 0.96% 0.01% 0.31% 0.00% 7.49% 3.15% Age 1864 403,446 58.80% 6.88% 0.79% 12.41% 1.06% 1.72% 0.54% 2.09% 0.25% 3.29% 12.17% Age 65+ 85,448 1.77% 0.01% 19.66% 0.00% 0.15% 0.00% 43.75% 7.87% 1.84% 24.85% 0.10% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-69 Table A-47.Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance Virginia 7,643,783 51.21% 5.40% 2.91% 6.92% 4.25% 2.70% 5.38% 1.21% 0.25% 7.90% 11.88% VA 1 753,799 49.76% 5.56% 2.55% 5.31% 7.69% 1.83% 5.72% 0.75% 0.18% 10.75% 9.90% VA 2 593,053 42.96% 4.73% 2.24% 5.07% 13.98% 1.70% 4.16% 0.77% 0.13% 12.34% 11.92% VA 3 650,164 40.46% 3.16% 3.40% 14.03% 6.86% 1.52% 3.94% 2.05% 0.38% 7.95% 16.25% VA 4 693,158 47.19% 4.04% 3.10% 7.34% 6.48% 2.56% 4.80% 1.12% 0.25% 10.29% 12.84% VA 5 644,082 44.77% 6.28% 4.83% 10.51% 1.29% 2.52% 7.55% 2.30% 0.41% 7.12% 12.42% VA 6 682,317 50.57% 6.06% 4.25% 7.97% 0.92% 2.54% 7.71% 1.35% 0.42% 6.34% 11.87% VA 7 729,022 59.99% 6.73% 2.44% 4.80% 0.95% 1.86% 6.00% 0.67% 0.30% 6.06% 10.20% VA 8 679,096 54.77% 5.47% 1.51% 4.82% 2.45% 6.33% 4.13% 0.81% 0.06% 7.46% 12.18% VA 9 634,115 44.22% 5.75% 5.55% 11.15% 1.19% 1.74% 7.65% 2.91% 0.59% 6.05% 13.20% VA 10 830,686 64.87% 5.67% 1.57% 3.20% 1.35% 3.65% 4.00% 0.47% 0.03% 4.71% 10.48% VA 11 754,291 57.33% 5.66% 1.35% 3.90% 4.95% 3.07% 3.92% 0.61% 0.09% 8.65% 10.47% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,842,559 54.05% 4.97% 0.32% 19.29% 7.36% 2.25% 0.05% 0.23% 0.06% 4.82% 6.60% Age 1864 4,882,465 59.40% 6.54% 1.15% 3.55% 3.85% 3.35% 0.72% 0.76% 0.13% 4.60% 15.97% Age 65+ 918,759 2.00% 0.23% 17.47% 0.00% 0.12% 0.10% 40.83% 5.60% 1.29% 31.64% 0.73% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-70 Table A-48. Washington: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance TRICARE/ Military V Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicaid Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 6,546,149 48.81% 6.03% 2.68% 10.93% 1.90% 1.81% 5.60% 1.39% 0.32% 7.13% 13.41% WA 1 712,127 57.05% 7.43% 2.49% 6.51% 2.00% 1.57% 5.42% 0.82% 0.13% 6.74% 9.85% WA 2 734,440 47.83% 7.22% 3.01% 9.63% 2.49% 1.73% 6.15% 1.40% 0.29% 7.16% 13.09% WA 3 770,657 48.15% 4.58% 2.60% 11.94% 1.54% 1.78% 6.70% 1.20% 0.36% 8.13% 13.01% WA 4 752,286 38.13% 4.29% 2.73% 18.64% 0.66% 2.27% 5.32% 1.51% 0.29% 6.51% 19.65% WA 5 701,075 42.66% 6.03% 3.29% 13.69% 1.88% 2.03% 6.63% 1.65% 0.40% 8.08% 13.65% WA 6 680,290 40.86% 5.69% 2.85% 13.42% 2.61% 1.47% 5.67% 1.65% 0.64% 9.94% 15.19% WA 7 704,958 56.08% 9.00% 2.30% 7.01% 0.53% 1.67% 4.87% 1.86% 0.20% 4.70% 11.77% WA 8 789,769 62.37% 6.41% 2.21% 5.70% 0.89% 2.07% 4.57% 1.12% 0.16% 4.94% 9.57% WA 9 700,547 44.95% 3.75% 2.70% 12.02% 4.78% 1.59% 5.04% 1.38% 0.41% 8.30% 15.08% State & Congressional Districts Washington Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,569,540 48.72% 5.55% 0.28% 28.42% 2.86% 1.67% 0.03% 0.16% 0.06% 5.40% 6.85% Age 18-64 4,195,352 57.60% 7.30% 0.76% 6.41% 1.88% 2.18% 0.51% 0.98% 0.20% 3.96% 18.20% 781,257 1.79% 0.19% 17.82% 0.00% 0.08% 0.07% 44.10% 6.05% 1.46% 27.61% 0.84% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-71 Table A-49. West Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 State & Congressional Districts Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance West Virginia Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare Only Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 1,793,105 43.45% 2.85% 4.63% 12.68% 1.00% 2.62% 7.72% 2.30% 0.71% 7.88% 14.16% WV 1 590,759 46.84% 3.90% 4.03% 11.18% 0.90% 1.94% 8.03% 2.14% 0.60% 7.76% 12.68% WV 2 627,059 46.92% 2.85% 4.20% 11.16% 1.15% 2.21% 7.29% 1.85% 0.62% 8.14% 13.61% WV 3 575,287 36.20% 1.76% 5.70% 15.87% 0.95% 3.76% 7.88% 2.98% 0.90% 7.73% 16.28% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 382,883 47.81% 2.45% 0.47% 34.05% 0.72% 2.44% 0.06% 0.28% 0.04% 6.17% 5.52% Age 1864 1,134,314 52.36% 3.65% 2.17% 8.54% 1.33% 3.30% 1.35% 1.98% 0.39% 4.45% 20.49% Age 65+ 275,908 0.82% 0.10% 20.51% 0.00% 0.04% 0.07% 44.58% 6.45% 2.94% 24.36% 0.13% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-72 Table A-50. Wisconsin: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.91% 10.94% 0.68% 1.75% 6.60% 1.32% 0.36% 6.52% 9.36% 4.29% 2.84% 9.17% 0.90% 1.46% 6.68% 1.30% 0.42% 6.62% 9.67% 60.84% 4.83% 1.82% 8.50% 0.57% 2.82% 5.87% 0.99% 0.21% 5.83% 7.72% 707,731 53.93% 5.74% 2.91% 9.27% 0.90% 1.78% 6.64% 1.14% 0.31% 7.30% 10.09% WI 4 670,859 42.86% 2.26% 3.18% 24.05% 0.60% 0.92% 3.80% 2.07% 0.39% 4.65% 15.23% WI 5 698,399 64.11% 4.87% 3.03% 5.33% 0.33% 1.70% 7.73% 0.98% 0.20% 6.07% 5.65% WI 6 667,379 56.58% 4.41% 3.12% 9.26% 0.67% 1.59% 7.90% 1.09% 0.40% 7.10% 7.88% WI 7 671,123 49.43% 5.16% 3.10% 12.28% 0.81% 1.83% 7.56% 1.63% 0.51% 7.99% 9.69% WI 8 694,443 54.14% 5.21% 3.40% 10.39% 0.66% 1.85% 6.65% 1.41% 0.49% 6.61% 9.21% Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,566,055 54.94% 4.61% WI 1 716,280 56.65% WI 2 739,841 WI 3 State & Congressional Districts Wisconsin Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,302,837 59.68% 3.68% 0.24% 24.17% 0.49% 1.57% 0.02% 0.29% 0.02% 4.81% 5.02% Age 18-64 3,537,397 64.24% 5.86% 0.66% 8.32% 0.88% 2.17% 0.52% 0.96% 0.21% 3.37% 12.80% 725,821 1.11% 0.16% 18.70% 0.00% 0.03% 0.07% 48.04% 4.90% 1.72% 24.90% 0.37% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. Each value in the table is an estimate and there is a confidence interval around the estimate. While the intervals at the 90% confidence level are not presented, they are available. CRS-73 Table A-51. Wyoming: Health Insurance Coverage, by State and Congressional District (111th), 2009 Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Wyoming 533,716 47.90% 7.13% WY – at large 533,716 47.90% 7.13% State & Congressional Districts Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employerprovided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.82% 8.11% 2.09% 2.32% 5.50% 0.85% 0.59% 7.54% 15.16% 2.82% 8.11% 2.09% 2.32% 5.50% 0.85% 0.59% 7.54% 15.16% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 128,421 49.61% 7.03% 0.68% 24.15% 2.52% 1.76% 0.00% 0.11% 0.00% 5.19% 8.95% Age 1864 341,002 56.11% 8.44% 0.75% 3.60% 2.30% 2.95% 0.31% 0.79% 0.27% 4.21% 20.27% Age 65+ 64,293 0.89% 0.37% 18.12% 0.00% 0.07% 0.08% 43.98% 2.62% 3.47% 29.92% 0.47% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey. Notes: Total population figures are for the civilian non-institutionalized population. 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