Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010

The total U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population in 2010 was estimated to be slightly more than 304 million. Roughly 84.5% of the U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population had one or more forms of health insurance, while 15.5%, or roughly 47.2 million, were uninsured. The most common form of insurance was employer provided.

This report employs the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 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.

The insured were more likely to be white or Asian, more educated, higher income, elderly, and female. The uninsured 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.

Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 name redacted Analyst in Health Care Financing October 20, 2011 Congressional Research Service 7-.... www.crs.gov R42055 CRS Report for Congress Prepared for Members and Committees of Congress Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Summary The total U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population in 2010 was estimated to be slightly more than 304 million. Roughly 84.5% of the U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population had one or more forms of health insurance, while 15.5%, or roughly 47.2 million, were uninsured. The most common form of insurance was employer provided. This report employs the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 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. The insured were more likely to be white or Asian, more educated, higher income, elderly, and female. The uninsured 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. Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Contents Background...................................................................................................................................... 1 Health Insurance Coverage in 2010........................................................................................... 2 Methodology.................................................................................................................................... 4 The Survey Question ................................................................................................................. 4 The ACS and Other Surveys of the Uninsured.......................................................................... 5 Insurance Coverage: National Analysis 2010.................................................................................. 6 Tables Table 1. Insurance Coverage in the United States, 2010 ................................................................. 7 Table 2. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States, by Age, 2010 ........................................ 9 Table 3. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States, by Age, Gender, and Employment Status, 2010........................................................................................................... 11 Table 4. Type of Health Insurance Coverage, by State, 2010 ........................................................ 12 Table 5. Type of Health Insurance Coverage (Ages 18-64), by Gender and State, 2010 .............. 15 Table A-1. Alabama: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010................................................................ 18 Table A-2. Alaska: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ................................................................... 19 Table A-3. Arizona: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ................................................................. 20 Table A-4. Arkansas: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 .............................................................. 21 Table A-5. California: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010.............................................................. 22 Table A-6. Colorado: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ............................................................... 25 Table A-7. Connecticut: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010........................................................... 26 Table A-8. Delaware: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010............................................................... 27 Table A-9. District of Columbia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ............................................. 28 Table A-10. Florida: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010................................................................. 29 Table A-11. Georgia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ............................................................... 31 Table A-12. Hawaii: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010................................................................. 32 Table A-13. Idaho: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ................................................................... 33 Table A-14. Illinois: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010................................................................. 34 Table A-15. Indiana: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ................................................................ 36 Table A-16. Iowa: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 .................................................................... 37 Table A-17. Kansas: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010................................................................. 38 Table A-18. Kentucky: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010............................................................. 39 Table A-19. Louisiana: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ............................................................ 40 Table A-20. Maine: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010.................................................................. 41 Table A-21. Maryland: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010............................................................. 42 Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-22. Massachusetts: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ..................................................... 43 Table A-23. Michigan: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010............................................................. 44 Table A-24. Minnesota: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ........................................................... 45 Table A-25. Mississippi: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010.......................................................... 46 Table A-26. Missouri: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010.............................................................. 47 Table A-27. Montana: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010.............................................................. 48 Table A-28. Nebraska: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ............................................................ 49 Table A-29. Nevada: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010................................................................ 50 Table A-30. New Hampshire Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ................................................... 51 Table A-31. New Jersey: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010.......................................................... 52 Table A-32. New Mexico: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ....................................................... 53 Table A-33. New York: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010............................................................ 54 Table A-34. North Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 .................................................... 56 Table A-35. North Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ...................................................... 57 Table A-36. Ohio: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 .................................................................... 58 Table A-37. Oklahoma: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 .......................................................... 60 Table A-38. Oregon: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ................................................................ 61 Table A-39. Pennsylvania: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010....................................................... 62 Table A-40. Rhode Island: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010....................................................... 64 Table A-41. South Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 .................................................... 65 Table A-42. South Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ...................................................... 66 Table A-43. Tennessee: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010............................................................ 67 Table A-44. Texas: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010................................................................... 68 Table A-45. Utah: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ................................................................... 70 Table A-46. Vermont: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 .............................................................. 71 Table A-47. Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ............................................................... 72 Table A-48. Washington: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ......................................................... 73 Table A-49. West Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ..................................................... 74 Table A-50. Wisconsin: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ........................................................... 75 Table A-51. Wyoming: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 ........................................................... 76 Appendixes Appendix. State and District Tables............................................................................................... 18 Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Contacts Author Contact Information........................................................................................................... 77 Congressional Research Service Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Background While not on a continuous upward track, the number of uninsured in the United States has been growing over the past decade.1 Conversely, the proportion of individuals with insurance coverage has declined. In addition, recent reforms under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, P.L. 111-148, as amended), expanding coverage for young adults up to 26 years of age, are potentially changing the characteristics of the insured and uninsured. This report employs the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 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. PPACA 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 universally 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.2 The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and Joint Committee on Taxation estimate that the coverage expansion provisions in the health reform law will result in a Medicaid enrollment increase, over what otherwise would have been the case, of approximately 16 million individuals by FY2019.3 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 estimates 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.4 1 As discussed below, the number of uninsured varies by survey. In addition, some surveys have modified their data collection processes such that comparison over the past decade even using the same survey is problematic. However, depending on the survey, and the reference period (anytime, reference period, etc.), the increase between 2000 and 2009 ranges from 5% to 17%. See, http://www.meps.ahrq.gov/mepsweb/data_files/publications/st259/stat259.pdf, http://facts.kff.org/chart.aspx?ch=479; http://facts.kff.org/chart.aspx?ch=1851. 2 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. 3 Congressional Budget Office, letter to Honorable Nancy Pelosi, March 20, 2010, available at http://www.cbo.gov/ doc.cfm?index=11379. 4 Ibid. Congressional Research Service 1 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Health Insurance Coverage in 2010 Roughly 85% of Americans were covered by health insurance in 2010.5 The insured were more likely to be6 • white or Asian, • more educated, • higher income, • elderly, and • female. The uninsured, about 15% of the population, were more likely to be7 • African American or Hispanic, • less educated, • lower income, • non-elderly adult, and • male. In general, the uninsured were more likely to8 • 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.9 The Medicare program has effectively provided health insurance to almost all elderly Americans, while the Medicaid program and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) 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 5 See American Community Survey, 2010, Table S2701, http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/ tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=ACS_10_1YR_S2701&prodType=table. 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. 6 Congressional Research Service analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey (ACS), see American Community Survey, 2010, Table S2701, http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/ tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=ACS_10_1YR_S2701&prodType=table.. 7 Congressional Research Service analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey (ACS); The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, The Uninsured: A Primer, Washington, DC, December 2010, http://www.kff.org/uninsured/upload/7451-06.pdf. 8 The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, The Uninsured: A Primer, Washington, DC, December 2010, http://www.kff.org/uninsured/upload/7451-06.pdf. 9 No statistical test of these differences was performed and these differences may not be statistically significant. Congressional Research Service 2 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 differences across states in the proportion of uninsured.10 For instance, Vermont has extended Medicaid benefits to childless adults with incomes up to 150% of the federal poverty level (FPL), and only 8.05% of the state’s population was uninsured in 2010.11 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 2009.12 While employer-based health insurance is nearly universally offered by large employers (over 200 employees), only 48% of small firms (three to nine employees) offered health insurance in 2011.13 Thus, the working uninsured, poor, and unemployed who are not otherwise eligible for a public program, covered under a family member’s policy, or cannot afford employer-sponsored coverage are either relegated 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.14 All of these factors, in addition to others, will affect the proportion of working age Americans with or without health insurance. This report analyzes health insurance coverage in the United States in 2010 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 10 For additional background on Medicaid waivers, see CRS Report RL33202, Medicaid: A Primer, by (name redacted). See Kaiser State Health Facts – Income Eligibility – Childless Adults. http://www.statehealthfacts.org/ comparetable.jsp?ind=749&cat=4 and Table A-46, herein. 12 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. 13 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: 2011 Summary of Findings, 2010, http://ehbs.kff.org/. 14 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. 11 Congressional Research Service 3 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 District of Columbia, and by congressional district and age. The Appendix presents a table for each state and the District of Columbia. Methodology This report employs the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 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.15 The survey is briefly described below and more fully documented at the U.S. Census Bureau’s website.16 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 2010 survey were sampled between January 1 and December 31, 2010. 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. 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.17 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. 15 The 2010 American Community Survey dataset was released by the U.S. Census Bureau in September 2011. http://www.census.gov/acs/www. 17 Individuals who report “Yes” only to Indian Health Service are counted as uninsured by the Census Bureau. 16 Congressional Research Service 4 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 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, 2010 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 Annual Social and Economic Supplement of 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.18 For example, the CPS and NHIS have historically undercounted Medicaid beneficiaries, and estimates are less reliable for small states.19 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. 18 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). 19 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 5 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 The ACS is not without its limitations, including that20 • 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 in the individual market 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.21 Insurance Coverage: National Analysis 2010 The total U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population in 2010 was estimated to be slightly more than 304 million. Roughly 84.5% of the U.S. civilian non-institutionalized population had one or more forms of insurance while 15.5%, or roughly 47.2 million, were uninsured.22 The most common form of insurance was employer provided (see Table 1).23 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 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). 20 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). 21 Ibid. 22 For a detailed discussion of the uninsured, see CRS Report R41621, The Uninsured by State and Congressional District, by (name redacted). 23 The Census Bureau breaks out insurance coverage information in two formats: one as depicted in Table 1 detailing all forms of coverage and one as depicted in Table 3 detailing whether individuals had a particular form of insurance. The first format (e.g., Table 1) details the variety of coverages an individual can have. This format 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. The Medicare and Medicaid estimates found in the second table format (e.g., Table 3) are comparable to those found in other surveys. Congressional Research Service 6 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table 1. Insurance Coverage in the United States, 2010 Number (in 1,000s) and Percent Covered One Type of Insurance Multiple Types of Insurance Coverage Employer Provided and Direct Purchase Employer/ Direct Purchase and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other Public Combinations Two or More Other Combinations Uninsured Employer Provided Direct purchase Medicare Medicaid TRICARE/ Military, VA 140,279 16,329 10,863 38,190 4,163 5,623 17,469 5,726 1,032 17,405 47,208 46.1% 5.4% 3.6% 12.6% 1.4% 1.8% 5.7% 1.9% 0.3% 5.7% 15.5% Source: CRS analysis of the 2010 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: • New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Minnesota, and Utah had the highest reported percentages of employer-only health insurance—each at more than 54%; Florida, Mississippi, and New Mexico had the lowest percentage of survey respondents reporting employer-only health insurance; • North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana had the highest percentage of respondents reporting direct-purchase health insurance only, while Alaska, Delaware, and West Virginia had the lowest percentage of respondents reporting direct-purchase health insurance only; • Alaska, Hawaii, and Virginia had the highest percentage of respondents reporting TRICARE/military or VA health insurance only, while New York, 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.24 Table 5 presents type of health insurance coverage by gender among those age 18 through 64. Key findings include that 24 See CRS Report R41621, The Uninsured by State and Congressional District, by (name redacted). Congressional Research Service 7 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 • in all but three states—Hawaii, Massachusetts, and Wyoming—females, age 1864, reported a higher percentage of employer provided health insurance than males; • in Florida, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Vermont, women reported employer provided health insurance at least 3 percentage points higher than men; • 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 29 states women reported direct purchase health insurance more often than men. The differences were most pronounced in the District of Columbia, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oregon, and Rhode Island; and • among the uninsured, in every state, the percentage of males, age 18 through 64, uninsured exceeds the percentage of similarly aged females. The largest percentage difference was in Vermont—7.24%. the smallest difference was in Wyoming—1.56% Congressional Research Service 8 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table 2. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States, by Age, 2010 Number (in 1,000s) and Percent Covered Health Insurance Coverage 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 Under 18 Years 35,012 18 to 64 Years 104,554 65 Years and Over 713 47.3% 54.7% 1.8% 25.0% 74.5% 0.5% 100.0% 3,716 12,496 117 16,329 5.0% 6.5% 0.3% 22.8% 76.5% 0.7% 100.0% 177 0.2% 1,945 1.0% 8,742 22.3% 10,863 1.6% 17.9% 80.5% 100.0% 23,623 31.9% 14,567 7.6% 0 0 38,190 61.9% 38.1% 0 100.0% 1,251 2,883 29 4,163 1.7% 1.5% 0.1% 30.1% 69.3% 0.7% 100.0% 1,158 4,428 38 5,623 1.6% 2.3% 0.1% 20.6% 78.7% 0.7% 100.0% 23 1,088 16,358 17,469 0.0% 0.6% 41.8% 0.1% 6.2% 93.6% 100.0% 150 2,370 3,205 5,726 Congressional Research Service All Ages 140,279 9 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Health Insurance 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 %) Under 18 Years 0.20% 18 to 64 Years 1.24% 65 Years and Over 8.19% All Ages 2.63% 41.39% 55.98% 100.0% 11 327 694 1,032 0.0% 0.2% 1.8% 1.1% 31.7% 67.3% 100.0% 2,978 5,578 8,850 17,405 4.0% 2.9% 22.6% 17.1% 32.0% 50.8% 100.0% 5,918 40,903 387 47,208 8.0% 21.4% 1.0% 12.5% 86.6% 0.8% 100.0% 74,018 100.0% 191,138 100.0% 39,132 100.0% 304,288 Source: CRS analysis of the 2010 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Congressional Research Service 10 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table 3. Health Insurance Coverage in the United States, by Age, Gender, and Employment Status, 2010 Number (in 1,000s) Gender Employment Status Male Female FullTime PartTime Did Not Work 93,558 97,580 92,518 54,966 43,655 Employer provided 58.8% 60.5% 77.6% 49.6% 34.4% Direct purchase 9.7% 9.9% 8.2% 11.5% 11.0% Medicare 3.5% 3.4% 0.3% 1.4% 12.6% Medicaid 8.4% 12.3% 2.9% 10.6% 26.1% No health insurance coverage 23.9% 19.0% 13.9% 29.8% 26.7% Age 18 – 64 Population (in 1,000s) Health Insurance Coverage Gender Employment Status Male Female FullTime PartTime Did Not Work 17,028 22,104 2,830 4,665 31,637 Employer provided 48.4% 34.5% 62.5% 41.5% 34.2% Direct purchase 35.2% 38.7% 26.5% 39.2% 37.8% Medicare 96.3% 96.9% 82.4% 96.0% 98.0% Medicaid 12.3% 16.2% 5.3% 7.7% 16.3% No health insurance coverage 0.9% 1.0% 1.6% 1.2% 0.9% Age 65 and Above Population (in 1,000s) Health Insurance Coverage Source: CRS analysis of the 2010 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Notes: Individuals can have more than one form of insurance. Congressional Research Service 11 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table 4. Type of Health Insurance Coverage, by State, 2010 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 304,288 46.10% 5.37% 3.57% 12.55% 1.37% 1.85% 5.74% 1.88% 0.34% 5.72% 15.51% AL 4,703 43.49% 5.31% 4.11% 12.83% 1.82% 1.88% 5.89% 2.31% 0.59% 7.37% 14.60% AK 689 44.35% 3.21% 1.96% 10.77% 5.60% 1.32% 2.74% 1.79% 1.58% 8.09% 19.85% AZ 6,310 40.48% 5.26% 4.28% 15.99% 1.67% 1.60% 5.73% 1.55% 0.26% 6.10% 16.88% AR 2,868 38.43% 4.94% 4.87% 15.04% 1.66% 1.73% 5.65% 2.60% 0.37% 7.02% 17.46% CA 36,816 43.13% 6.72% 3.39% 14.48% 0.99% 1.53% 4.28% 2.45% 0.20% 4.24% 18.54% CO 4,957 48.13% 8.13% 2.93% 9.53% 2.32% 1.50% 4.79% 1.22% 0.43% 5.24% 15.92% CT 3,520 54.63% 4.91% 3.49% 11.40% 0.70% 2.30% 6.75% 1.46% 0.15% 4.96% 9.09% DE 885 48.85% 3.89% 3.65% 13.94% 1.42% 2.39% 7.23% 1.44% 0.52% 7.22% 9.69% DC 594 43.29% 6.09% 2.04% 18.13% 0.74% 7.24% 4.51% 1.91% 0.25% 8.14% 7.60% FL 18,534 37.37% 6.03% 5.60% 11.10% 1.76% 1.38% 6.38% 2.32% 0.34% 6.30% 21.26% GA 9,520 43.86% 5.04% 3.53% 12.11% 2.06% 2.01% 4.26% 1.73% 0.48% 5.41% 19.70% HI 1,316 45.53% 5.13% 2.95% 10.93% 4.29% 6.23% 6.73% 1.54% 1.10% 8.60% 7.89% ID 1,552 43.91% 8.08% 3.12% 9.57% 1.53% 1.67% 6.10% 1.37% 0.42% 6.58% 17.75% IL 12,673 49.67% 5.10% 3.43% 13.54% 0.63% 1.67% 5.91% 1.37% 0.14% 4.68% 13.77% IN 6,391 49.51% 4.85% 3.45% 11.49% 0.82% 1.62% 6.54% 1.31% 0.17% 5.25% 14.83% IA 3,005 51.44% 6.63% 2.70% 10.21% 0.77% 2.39% 7.58% 1.37% 0.18% 7.21% 9.31% KS 2,804 50.45% 6.26% 2.98% 8.19% 2.05% 1.85% 6.37% 1.30% 0.43% 6.37% 13.89% KY 4,243 44.28% 4.66% 4.07% 13.15% 1.62% 1.69% 6.03% 2.39% 0.22% 6.33% 15.25% LA 4,440 39.94% 5.12% 3.99% 16.47% 1.37% 1.91% 4.93% 2.51% 0.22% 5.56% 17.81% ME 1,313 45.52% 4.28% 3.18% 15.50% 1.39% 1.44% 6.69% 3.52% 0.32% 7.64% 10.13% CRS-12 Medicare Tricare/ Mil/VA Employer and Direct Purchase Uninsured Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 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 5,688 53.31% 5.09% 2.55% 10.33% 1.71% 2.25% 5.87% 1.23% 0.58% 6.16% 11.27% MA 6,478 55.65% 5.44% 2.82% 14.07% 0.38% 2.38% 6.06% 2.28% 0.12% 6.20% 4.41% MI 9,764 47.61% 4.47% 2.64% 14.14% 0.55% 1.91% 7.88% 1.74% 0.14% 6.42% 12.37% MN 5,252 55.01% 6.57% 2.39% 10.11% 0.66% 1.82% 6.94% 1.29% 0.18% 5.84% 9.07% MS 2,903 37.56% 4.57% 4.20% 16.97% 1.76% 1.76% 4.98% 3.27% 0.39% 6.24% 18.19% MO 5,880 48.19% 5.91% 3.87% 10.90% 1.53% 1.78% 6.58% 1.94% 0.30% 5.63% 13.16% MT 976 41.45% 8.34% 3.81% 8.64% 2.24% 2.30% 6.98% 1.24% 0.47% 6.98% 17.32% NE 1,802 50.20% 8.17% 2.92% 9.16% 1.63% 1.81% 6.51% 1.21% 0.48% 6.45% 11.52% NV 2,669 44.57% 4.70% 3.96% 7.61% 1.62% 2.86% 4.63% 1.36% 0.53% 5.58% 22.62% NH 1,303 57.26% 4.59% 3.27% 7.41% 1.01% 1.45% 6.87% 1.17% 0.21% 5.50% 11.13% NJ 8,694 54.37% 4.20% 3.62% 9.55% 0.31% 2.27% 6.33% 1.47% 0.12% 4.49% 13.24% NM 2,033 35.92% 4.37% 4.13% 17.43% 2.14% 1.64% 5.17% 2.08% 0.50% 7.09% 19.61% NY 19,134 47.85% 4.42% 3.51% 15.69% 0.44% 2.45% 5.84% 2.50% 0.10% 5.15% 11.90% NC 9,361 42.33% 6.02% 3.93% 12.77% 2.54% 1.76% 5.73% 1.81% 0.40% 5.99% 16.77% ND 661 52.28% 8.39% 2.78% 5.71% 2.10% 2.78% 7.63% 1.14% 0.59% 7.02% 9.77% OH 11,359 50.52% 4.05% 3.92% 12.24% 0.85% 1.82% 6.84% 1.48% 0.19% 5.62% 12.32% OK 3,677 41.09% 4.97% 3.81% 12.70% 2.20% 1.61% 6.12% 1.69% 0.47% 6.40% 18.86% OR 3,799 45.29% 6.64% 3.36% 10.23% 1.05% 1.45% 6.73% 1.43% 0.23% 6.11% 17.15% PA 12,506 51.17% 5.12% 3.38% 11.35% 0.57% 1.70% 7.84% 1.71% 0.16% 6.67% 10.16% RI 1,037 49.96% 5.07% 4.06% 10.45% 1.13% 1.64% 5.82% 2.47% 0.22% 6.90% 12.17% SC 4,537 42.00% 4.36% 4.14% 12.49% 2.47% 1.67% 5.67% 2.11% 0.59% 7.12% 17.53% SD 798 45.57% 9.16% 2.94% 8.28% 2.44% 2.39% 7.00% 1.54% 0.45% 7.70% 12.39% TN 6,260 44.17% 5.24% 4.29% 13.64% 1.73% 1.56% 5.77% 2.34% 0.38% 6.52% 14.36% CRS-13 Medicare Tricare/ Mil/VA Employer and Direct Purchase Uninsured Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 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 24,779 41.51% 4.29% 3.26% 13.02% 1.65% 1.81% 3.81% 1.75% 0.32% 4.86% 23.71% UT 2,750 54.62% 6.45% 2.22% 8.15% 1.26% 1.56% 4.22% 0.91% 0.40% 5.04% 15.34% VT 620 46.37% 5.04% 3.31% 17.69% 1.30% 1.21% 6.94% 2.57% 0.24% 7.05% 8.05% VA 7,807 49.85% 5.42% 3.28% 7.23% 4.23% 2.32% 5.64% 1.20% 1.35% 7.49% 13.07% WA 6,638 47.43% 5.95% 2.78% 11.44% 2.14% 1.71% 5.64% 1.51% 0.59% 6.82% 14.24% WV 1,823 42.82% 2.84% 4.60% 13.36% 1.12% 2.38% 7.88% 2.60% 0.25% 7.01% 14.60% WI 5,613 53.22% 4.70% 3.05% 12.54% 0.66% 1.48% 6.80% 1.52% 0.15% 6.24% 9.43% WY 555 49.41% 5.67% 2.89% 9.42% 2.42% 1.63% 5.80% 0.92% 0.53% 6.51% 14.93% Source: 2010 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Notes: Percentages many not add to 100 due to rounding. CRS-14 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table 5. Type of Health Insurance Coverage (Ages 18-64), by Gender and State, 2010 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 Alabama 1,412 58.17% 10.49% 5.66% 8.15% 23.24% 1520 59.50% 10.60% 5.43% 11.84% 19.06% Alaska 228 56.85% 6.58% 1.95% 6.44% 27.87% 221 58.00% 6.27% 2.70% 10.44% 22.26% Arizona 1,870 52.87% 9.18% 3.10% 13.53% 24.68% 1935 54.43% 9.61% 3.04% 17.14% 19.95% Arkansas 856 53.13% 9.85% 6.16% 8.00% 27.68% 898 54.65% 9.76% 6.45% 11.61% 24.09% California 11,578 53.30% 10.19% 2.53% 9.30% 28.31% 11772 55.01% 10.68% 2.55% 13.42% 22.45% Colorado 1,593 58.17% 12.51% 2.45% 6.07% 23.23% 1602 60.66% 12.23% 2.45% 8.87% 18.23% Connecticut 1,081 68.27% 9.93% 2.99% 8.40% 16.04% 1139 69.39% 9.65% 2.99% 12.93% 10.36% Delaware 265 65.73% 8.93% 3.78% 11.88% 16.61% 289 66.06% 9.43% 4.17% 16.25% 10.59% District of Columbia 200 63.69% 18.74% 2.84% 16.13% 12.93% 226 64.72% 19.77% 2.65% 22.65% 7.10% Florida 5,503 48.89% 9.72% 3.60% 7.36% 32.91% 5832 52.51% 10.32% 3.67% 9.96% 27.04% Georgia 2,892 55.56% 9.20% 3.56% 5.73% 29.61% 3132 57.82% 9.53% 3.70% 9.06% 24.39% Hawaii 401 69.78% 15.79% 2.81% 8.29% 12.92% 417 68.06% 15.71% 2.32% 12.26% 9.05% Idaho 463 55.41% 12.95% 3.51% 5.67% 26.20% 468 56.92% 13.75% 3.10% 7.64% 23.28% Illinois 3,935 62.46% 8.99% 2.75% 6.93% 22.74% 4067 63.06% 9.17% 2.75% 12.88% 16.98% Indiana 1,963 62.67% 9.03% 3.73% 6.58% 21.92% 2020 63.41% 8.92% 3.80% 10.81% 18.39% Iowa 930 67.06% 12.66% 3.08% 8.06% 15.02% 925 68.46% 11.68% 3.05% 11.26% 11.87% Kansas 850 64.47% 10.84% 3.34% 4.98% 20.45% 868 65.00% 10.74% 3.41% 7.30% 17.76% Kentucky 1,298 57.00% 8.81% 6.42% 9.09% 24.17% 1370 58.36% 9.06% 5.54% 13.50% 19.77% Louisiana 1,347 53.46% 10.12% 5.02% 8.95% 27.94% 1442 53.94% 10.35% 4.32% 13.57% 24.24% Maine 410 58.97% 8.29% 5.25% 15.50% 17.87% 427 61.42% 8.64% 5.20% 19.99% 11.41% Maryland 1,749 66.96% 9.53% 2.70% 7.05% 18.17% 1902 69.01% 9.82% 2.46% 10.07% 13.05% Massachusetts 2,039 70.26% 10.92% 2.81% 14.95% 8.17% 2160 70.12% 11.05% 3.20% 18.87% 4.40% State CRS-15 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 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 2,998 60.97% 9.09% 4.35% 11.08% 21.13% 3109 63.20% 9.28% 4.21% 15.79% 15.28% Minnesota 1,656 67.69% 11.30% 2.79% 8.86% 13.77% 1658 69.00% 11.21% 2.80% 12.73% 9.76% Mississippi 853 51.93% 9.58% 6.14% 9.33% 28.40% 928 53.36% 8.75% 6.19% 14.78% 23.81% Missouri 1,783 61.60% 10.42% 4.69% 7.08% 20.21% 1879 63.25% 10.11% 4.36% 10.44% 17.14% Montana 308 54.71% 14.06% 3.55% 6.59% 24.47% 303 56.98% 14.95% 3.35% 7.28% 21.62% Nebraska 553 63.03% 14.10% 2.63% 5.10% 18.14% 555 65.85% 13.09% 2.80% 8.20% 14.57% Nevada 846 56.19% 9.03% 3.05% 4.80% 30.50% 836 58.75% 9.84% 2.67% 6.79% 26.74% New Hampshire 416 70.10% 8.50% 3.44% 4.48% 16.85% 428 71.56% 8.28% 3.80% 7.01% 14.10% New Jersey 2,678 66.74% 8.26% 2.53% 6.60% 21.22% 2806 68.41% 8.50% 2.81% 10.41% 15.60% New Mexico 611 49.44% 8.74% 3.87% 11.04% 30.07% 635 50.39% 9.93% 3.42% 15.99% 24.97% New York 5,963 60.33% 9.01% 3.30% 14.12% 19.86% 6345 62.70% 9.48% 3.04% 18.36% 13.51% North Carolina 2,820 55.28% 10.69% 4.29% 6.96% 26.36% 3061 57.13% 10.61% 4.26% 11.01% 20.99% North Dakota 215 66.06% 16.07% 3.15% 3.82% 15.11% 203 69.62% 14.25% 2.41% 7.02% 10.88% Ohio 3,464 64.47% 8.41% 3.56% 7.95% 19.67% 3618 65.20% 8.22% 3.66% 13.18% 15.15% Oklahoma 1,104 54.91% 9.07% 4.24% 5.81% 28.48% 1153 56.88% 8.84% 4.26% 9.52% 24.61% Oregon 1,193 56.64% 10.16% 3.57% 7.13% 26.02% 1216 58.93% 11.31% 3.12% 9.99% 21.52% Pennsylvania 3,838 66.81% 9.83% 3.73% 9.19% 16.18% 4003 67.23% 10.14% 3.50% 13.18% 12.44% Rhode Island 324 61.84% 10.32% 4.75% 10.29% 20.15% 345 65.63% 9.26% 3.56% 14.15% 13.70% South Carolina 1,363 54.90% 8.60% 4.98% 7.82% 27.12% 1479 58.02% 8.84% 4.83% 11.72% 21.66% South Dakota 244 59.24% 16.93% 3.32% 5.59% 18.14% 241 63.42% 15.37% 3.34% 7.58% 15.56% Tennessee 1,905 56.44% 9.25% 4.78% 9.68% 23.92% 2028 58.61% 9.61% 5.02% 14.66% 17.65% Texas 7,527 52.84% 8.10% 2.94% 5.96% 33.33% 7840 54.55% 8.12% 2.94% 8.70% 29.55% State CRS-16 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 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 817 63.93% 9.86% 1.90% 5.92% 21.64% 816 65.88% 10.00% 2.15% 7.88% 18.23% Vermont 199 59.34% 9.15% 4.30% 17.00% 15.38% 204 63.62% 9.72% 4.95% 20.69% 8.13% Virginia 2,407 64.10% 10.66% 3.63% 4.12% 19.60% 2596 65.33% 10.48% 3.21% 6.33% 16.06% Washington 2,101 61.00% 10.03% 2.89% 7.13% 22.39% 2144 62.13% 10.78% 2.89% 10.91% 17.14% West Virginia 567 58.89% 7.41% 7.65% 10.58% 22.85% 581 59.81% 7.81% 6.15% 14.31% 20.28% Wisconsin 1,764 67.35% 9.12% 2.86% 9.89% 15.48% 1766 67.90% 8.37% 2.97% 15.79% 10.58% Wyoming 179 63.63% 10.71% 2.05% 4.29% 21.16% 172 63.11% 10.71% 2.79% 6.80% 19.61% State Source: 2010 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Notes: Individuals can have more than one form of insurance. CRS-17 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Appendix. State and District Tables Table A-1. Alabama: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Alabama 4,702,769 43.49% 5.31% AL 1 679,983 40.84% AL 2 642,314 AL 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.11% 12.83% 1.82% 1.88% 5.89% 2.31% 0.38% 7.37% 14.60% 6.01% 5.05% 12.79% 1.48% 1.55% 5.94% 2.08% 0.30% 6.65% 17.30% 41.26% 5.57% 3.81% 13.82% 3.69% 1.77% 5.40% 2.47% 0.41% 8.89% 12.90% 676,821 39.86% 4.89% 3.87% 14.19% 2.20% 2.34% 5.38% 2.74% 0.42% 9.26% 14.85% AL 4 652,387 39.99% 4.97% 4.67% 13.84% 1.10% 1.46% 7.43% 2.74% 0.53% 6.99% 16.28% AL 5 707,256 48.23% 5.52% 3.35% 9.94% 2.25% 1.71% 6.05% 1.69% 0.30% 7.85% 13.10% AL 6 741,669 55.25% 5.96% 3.49% 7.53% 0.91% 2.33% 6.27% 1.24% 0.28% 5.97% 10.78% AL 7 602,339 36.67% 4.04% 4.69% 19.17% 1.20% 1.92% 4.63% 3.49% 0.47% 5.98% 17.72% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,133,638 43.72% 4.91% 0.29% 36.72% 2.30% 1.49% 0.06% 0.33% 0.05% 4.24% 5.91% Age 1864 2,931,536 52.62% 6.59% 1.72% 6.39% 2.02% 2.43% 0.99% 1.69% 0.22% 4.25% 21.07% Age 65+ 637,595 1.11% 0.13% 21.88% 0.00% 0.08% 0.03% 38.81% 8.69% 1.74% 27.24% 0.30% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-18 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-2. Alaska: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only AK 689,249 44.35% 3.21% AK – at large 689,249 44.35% 3.21% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 1.96% 10.77% 5.60% 1.32% 2.74% 1.79% 0.31% 8.09% 19.85% 1.96% 10.77% 5.60% 1.32% 2.74% 1.79% 0.31% 8.09% 19.85% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 187,984 41.78% 1.89% 0.08% 25.42% 8.61% 0.88% 0.11% 0.47% 0.00% 8.61% 12.15% Age 1864 449,435 50.26% 4.05% 0.43% 5.88% 4.97% 1.65% 0.25% 1.11% 0.23% 6.07% 25.10% Age 65+ 51,830 2.41% 0.80% 22.12% 0.00% 0.12% 0.03% 33.92% 12.51% 2.14% 23.68% 2.27% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-3. Arizona: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Arizona Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,310,174 40.48% 5.26% AZ 1 740,342 31.65% AZ 2 972,287 AZ 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.28% 15.99% 1.67% 1.60% 5.73% 1.55% 0.47% 6.10% 16.88% 4.72% 4.57% 20.54% 1.40% 1.39% 7.20% 2.66% 0.80% 7.09% 17.98% 39.68% 4.38% 5.85% 12.98% 2.07% 3.29% 7.66% 1.19% 0.63% 7.87% 14.40% 687,632 48.28% 7.39% 4.31% 11.04% 0.74% 1.54% 5.18% 1.32% 0.53% 5.03% 14.62% AZ 4 696,754 26.62% 2.32% 2.73% 30.43% 0.65% 0.93% 1.70% 2.09% 0.27% 2.72% 29.56% AZ 5 658,860 51.60% 8.74% 4.05% 8.89% 0.65% 1.52% 5.89% 0.97% 0.21% 4.49% 12.98% AZ 6 967,513 49.85% 6.33% 3.75% 11.34% 1.08% 1.40% 5.77% 0.90% 0.25% 5.98% 13.34% AZ 7 855,077 33.57% 3.47% 3.64% 22.56% 2.21% 1.23% 3.80% 2.05% 0.39% 5.11% 21.98% AZ 8 731,709 41.98% 5.28% 5.03% 11.12% 4.30% 1.07% 8.11% 1.41% 0.67% 9.69% 11.35% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,629,931 41.96% 4.97% 0.21% 32.85% 1.73% 1.54% 0.02% 0.22% 0.01% 3.73% 12.76% Age 1864 3,804,683 48.87% 6.48% 0.97% 12.44% 2.00% 1.96% 0.50% 0.93% 0.27% 3.30% 22.27% Age 65+ 875,560 1.23% 0.48% 26.26% 0.00% 0.10% 0.16% 39.10% 6.71% 2.19% 22.65% 1.11% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-20 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-4. Arkansas: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Arkansas Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 2,867,611 38.43% 4.94% AR 1 673,602 34.46% AR 2 739,540 AR 3 AR 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.87% 15.04% 1.66% 1.73% 5.65% 2.60% 0.59% 7.02% 17.46% 4.65% 5.20% 17.07% 1.69% 1.71% 6.39% 3.15% 0.67% 7.38% 17.64% 41.97% 5.23% 4.25% 13.19% 2.12% 1.89% 5.01% 2.36% 0.40% 7.34% 16.23% 817,006 42.48% 4.78% 4.51% 13.04% 1.44% 1.74% 5.03% 1.92% 0.54% 6.20% 18.33% 637,463 33.34% 5.11% 5.70% 17.60% 1.40% 1.56% 6.43% 3.17% 0.80% 7.33% 17.57% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 Age 18-64 Age 65+ 709,374 35.78% 4.54% 0.19% 46.21% 1.36% 1.34% 0.01% 0.15% 0.01% 3.86% 6.55% 1,753,433 48.20% 6.23% 2.17% 5.90% 2.16% 2.27% 0.81% 2.20% 0.36% 3.87% 25.84% 404,804 0.76% 0.09% 24.78% 0.00% 0.06% 0.11% 36.51% 8.60% 2.61% 26.25% 0.24% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-21 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-5. California: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts California Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 36,815,569 43.13% 6.72% CA 1 701,403 42.08% CA 2 698,790 CA 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.39% 14.48% 0.99% 1.53% 4.28% 2.45% 0.25% 4.24% 18.54% 7.26% 3.25% 13.93% 0.88% 2.07% 6.14% 2.64% 0.62% 5.93% 15.21% 34.69% 4.84% 3.71% 18.73% 1.80% 1.54% 6.96% 3.32% 0.65% 6.85% 16.90% 768,372 51.25% 5.06% 2.57% 11.87% 1.02% 1.72% 6.31% 1.87% 0.25% 6.42% 11.66% CA 4 756,885 48.35% 8.54% 3.39% 9.71% 0.93% 1.14% 8.05% 1.61% 0.52% 6.47% 11.28% CA 5 690,658 40.94% 3.39% 2.35% 21.55% 0.72% 1.04% 4.45% 3.19% 0.45% 5.12% 16.80% CA 6 653,169 47.46% 10.37% 3.34% 9.90% 0.74% 1.26% 7.30% 1.75% 0.18% 5.20% 12.49% CA 7 650,626 47.56% 4.80% 2.19% 14.21% 1.22% 1.62% 4.79% 1.97% 0.19% 5.39% 16.07% CA 8 663,992 49.24% 8.79% 3.90% 11.44% 0.29% 1.51% 4.29% 3.83% 0.29% 3.64% 12.77% CA 9 647,284 42.68% 10.51% 3.53% 13.59% 0.29% 1.48% 4.69% 2.65% 0.25% 4.38% 15.95% CA 10 706,306 55.55% 6.78% 2.24% 8.42% 1.23% 1.48% 6.32% 1.48% 0.12% 6.17% 10.22% CA 11 777,888 54.02% 6.31% 2.56% 11.15% 0.71% 1.62% 5.24% 1.63% 0.13% 5.50% 11.14% CA 12 653,670 56.33% 9.29% 3.13% 6.00% 0.30% 1.38% 6.97% 2.25% 0.15% 3.82% 10.38% CA 13 665,236 56.07% 5.87% 2.84% 11.40% 0.42% 1.17% 3.89% 2.20% 0.10% 4.01% 12.03% CA 14 648,598 57.13% 8.79% 3.03% 7.29% 0.39% 1.51% 6.62% 1.23% 0.20% 3.80% 10.01% CA 15 683,627 58.44% 6.30% 2.45% 9.64% 0.42% 1.76% 4.02% 2.21% 0.17% 3.99% 10.60% CA 16 666,097 50.08% 5.07% 2.68% 13.73% 0.28% 1.81% 3.64% 3.04% 0.11% 3.58% 15.98% CA 17 643,994 41.09% 5.98% 3.00% 15.18% 0.88% 2.30% 4.38% 1.78% 0.19% 5.42% 19.82% CA 18 712,212 30.57% 5.18% 2.52% 26.99% 0.42% 1.86% 2.72% 3.01% 0.27% 4.40% 22.04% CA 19 746,054 41.93% 5.27% 3.07% 18.09% 0.81% 0.93% 6.02% 2.51% 0.31% 5.03% 16.03% CA 20 697,547 25.02% 2.10% 3.07% 30.10% 1.61% 0.68% 1.95% 3.57% 0.23% 4.53% 27.13% CA 21 788,540 37.06% 3.85% 2.42% 23.40% 0.64% 1.70% 4.04% 2.68% 0.28% 4.76% 19.17% CRS-22 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only CA 22 776,711 44.62% 5.13% CA 23 690,012 38.27% CA 24 676,170 CA 25 CA 26 CA 27 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.45% 15.12% 1.14% 1.60% 4.81% 1.99% 0.23% 5.13% 16.76% 7.15% 3.13% 14.43% 1.12% 1.75% 5.27% 1.91% 0.21% 5.01% 21.73% 51.61% 9.17% 3.17% 8.34% 1.69% 1.32% 5.65% 1.33% 0.18% 5.57% 11.95% 819,052 44.20% 5.23% 3.09% 16.76% 1.75% 1.24% 3.21% 2.39% 0.22% 3.94% 17.98% 696,343 50.02% 10.96% 4.77% 8.11% 0.43% 1.49% 3.87% 2.34% 0.24% 3.18% 14.58% 689,317 41.68% 8.20% 3.75% 14.23% 0.24% 0.91% 3.67% 3.21% 0.14% 3.07% 20.90% CA 28 658,398 34.80% 6.53% 2.47% 18.41% 0.40% 1.04% 2.57% 2.95% 0.12% 2.50% 28.20% CA 29 634,616 41.46% 9.28% 3.94% 11.07% 0.17% 2.51% 4.03% 4.35% 0.13% 2.51% 20.56% CA 30 645,865 48.53% 18.38% 3.83% 3.34% 0.25% 2.10% 7.01% 2.57% 0.21% 3.46% 10.32% CA 31 614,049 23.76% 4.05% 2.81% 23.68% 0.20% 0.82% 1.51% 4.18% 0.10% 1.90% 36.99% CA 32 636,214 34.72% 4.72% 4.63% 19.41% 0.16% 1.85% 2.47% 4.45% 0.17% 2.28% 25.14% CA 33 645,580 32.33% 7.73% 3.14% 16.53% 0.30% 1.45% 3.10% 3.53% 0.28% 2.81% 28.81% CA 34 631,948 23.15% 5.67% 3.06% 22.87% 0.24% 2.69% 1.44% 3.94% 0.10% 2.13% 34.70% CA 35 650,952 30.03% 2.88% 2.58% 23.57% 0.27% 2.96% 2.38% 2.94% 0.33% 3.00% 29.07% CA 36 655,925 47.22% 9.21% 3.68% 11.98% 0.61% 1.33% 4.67% 1.88% 0.14% 3.01% 16.27% CA 37 643,045 36.60% 3.71% 2.62% 21.80% 0.68% 1.89% 2.13% 3.28% 0.51% 2.95% 23.84% CA 38 650,365 35.55% 4.05% 4.66% 20.20% 0.30% 1.08% 2.07% 3.27% 0.08% 2.23% 26.50% CA 39 635,594 36.18% 4.74% 3.92% 17.66% 0.44% 4.39% 2.63% 2.44% 0.10% 2.59% 24.91% CA 49 661,304 46.46% 7.08% 4.76% 10.93% 0.57% 1.09% 4.25% 2.01% 0.26% 3.04% 19.53% CA 41 786,219 40.23% 4.65% 5.35% 15.95% 1.50% 1.14% 4.68% 2.40% 0.66% 5.13% 18.32% CA 42 672,452 55.56% 10.53% 4.39% 5.66% 0.27% 1.15% 4.24% 1.53% 0.10% 3.65% 12.93% CA 43 738,902 35.51% 3.03% 3.44% 21.37% 0.31% 1.39% 1.59% 2.61% 0.17% 3.01% 27.56% CA 44 845,712 47.03% 7.44% 3.07% 13.30% 0.72% 1.06% 2.95% 1.74% 0.29% 3.07% 19.33% CA 45 895,131 38.02% 5.07% 4.49% 16.05% 1.52% 0.90% 5.78% 1.93% 0.41% 5.07% 20.74% CRS-23 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only CA 46 643,866 49.63% 9.50% CA 47 629,110 34.02% CA 48 723,048 CA 49 CA 50 CA 51 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 5.06% 7.84% 0.57% 1.27% 6.01% 1.98% 0.27% 3.96% 13.90% 3.63% 3.38% 20.98% 0.24% 0.92% 1.49% 2.47% 0.11% 1.74% 31.02% 55.63% 12.20% 4.04% 3.65% 0.50% 1.46% 5.15% 1.62% 0.14% 3.42% 12.20% 766,433 39.35% 6.25% 3.75% 12.10% 5.15% 1.27% 4.21% 1.14% 0.20% 5.68% 20.90% 752,844 51.78% 8.74% 4.33% 5.80% 2.19% 1.60% 4.30% 1.41% 0.15% 5.20% 14.50% 751,125 37.77% 4.23% 3.16% 16.50% 3.47% 1.75% 2.04% 3.74% 0.15% 6.12% 21.06% CA 52 659,119 48.91% 7.04% 3.26% 9.73% 4.31% 1.05% 4.63% 1.53% 0.36% 6.26% 12.91% CA 53 619,200 38.76% 8.13% 3.13% 13.59% 3.23% 1.80% 2.91% 1.80% 0.36% 4.88% 21.41% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 9,288,691 43.08% 6.48% 0.37% 34.89% 1.17% 1.34% 0.03% 0.27% 0.02% 3.39% 8.97% Age 18-64 23,349,907 50.36% 7.94% 0.70% 8.95% 1.08% 1.86% 0.35% 1.11% 0.11% 2.20% 25.36% Age 65+ 4,176,971 2.84% 0.45% 25.18% 0.00% 0.09% 0.09% 35.75% 14.83% 1.54% 17.53% 1.71% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-6. Colorado: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Colorado Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,956,873 48.13% 8.13% CO 1 659,425 43.70% CO 2 730,776 CO 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.93% 9.53% 2.32% 1.50% 4.79% 1.22% 0.28% 5.24% 15.92% 7.62% 3.32% 14.55% 0.86% 1.17% 3.76% 2.08% 0.25% 4.26% 18.44% 53.79% 10.52% 2.70% 7.22% 0.49% 1.29% 3.93% 1.01% 0.09% 3.92% 15.04% 694,534 38.70% 8.86% 3.47% 11.18% 1.24% 2.00% 6.59% 1.65% 0.62% 5.72% 19.98% CO 4 716,497 48.32% 8.78% 3.07% 10.28% 1.03% 1.76% 5.44% 1.28% 0.30% 4.41% 15.33% CO 5 684,550 40.61% 5.25% 2.79% 9.42% 10.92% 1.27% 4.22% 0.93% 0.32% 9.44% 14.84% CO 6 802,241 64.56% 9.05% 2.33% 3.01% 0.99% 1.69% 4.59% 0.54% 0.17% 4.32% 8.75% CO 7 668,850 43.90% 6.45% 2.93% 12.51% 1.08% 1.28% 5.00% 1.24% 0.25% 4.85% 20.52% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,226,208 49.99% 7.54% 0.25% 24.63% 3.38% 1.07% 0.01% 0.19% 0.02% 2.80% 10.12% Age 18-64 3,194,530 55.15% 9.67% 0.71% 5.33% 2.28% 1.91% 0.39% 0.84% 0.14% 2.84% 20.72% 536,135 2.08% 0.30% 22.27% 0.00% 0.13% 0.07% 41.93% 5.86% 1.70% 25.10% 0.56% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-7. Connecticut: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Connecticut Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 3,519,913 54.63% 4.91% CT 1 705,545 54.48% CT 2 704,258 CT 3 CT 4 CT 5 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.49% 11.40% 0.70% 2.30% 6.75% 1.46% 0.29% 4.96% 9.09% 3.45% 3.20% 13.87% 0.58% 1.63% 7.03% 2.11% 0.25% 4.67% 8.74% 57.71% 4.15% 2.85% 8.84% 1.76% 2.26% 7.15% 1.60% 0.31% 6.39% 6.98% 702,260 53.16% 4.64% 3.64% 13.04% 0.51% 2.32% 6.88% 1.13% 0.38% 5.05% 9.23% 702,901 53.74% 6.86% 3.97% 9.22% 0.14% 3.59% 6.01% 0.90% 0.20% 4.09% 11.29% 704,949 54.05% 5.45% 3.78% 12.05% 0.53% 1.72% 6.68% 1.57% 0.31% 4.62% 9.24% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 815,010 60.34% 4.35% 0.10% 26.06% 0.95% 2.07% 0.04% 0.09% 0.01% 3.03% 2.96% Age 18-64 2,220,078 63.88% 6.14% 0.96% 8.52% 0.76% 2.86% 0.56% 0.98% 0.11% 2.10% 13.13% 484,825 2.64% 0.21% 20.76% 0.00% 0.01% 0.16% 46.37% 5.95% 1.62% 21.32% 0.95% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-8. Delaware: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Delaware 885,232 48.85% 3.89% DE –At large 885,232 48.85% 3.89% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.65% 13.94% 1.42% 2.39% 7.23% 1.44% 0.28% 7.22% 9.69% 3.65% 13.94% 1.42% 2.39% 7.23% 1.44% 0.28% 7.22% 9.69% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 206,046 50.62% 3.39% 0.32% 31.05% 2.15% 1.81% 0.08% 0.01% 0.00% 5.23% 5.34% Age 1864 553,769 58.87% 4.95% 1.17% 10.73% 1.46% 3.08% 0.90% 1.24% 0.14% 4.00% 13.47% Age 65+ 125,417 1.74% 0.01% 20.08% 0.00% 0.03% 0.32% 46.93% 4.65% 1.34% 24.75% 0.16% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-27 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-9. District of Columbia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only District of Columbia 594,282 43.29% 6.09% DC – At large 594,282 43.29% 6.09% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.04% 18.13% 0.74% 7.24% 4.51% 1.91% 0.31% 8.14% 7.60% 2.04% 18.13% 0.74% 7.24% 4.51% 1.91% 0.31% 8.14% 7.60% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 100,990 34.76% 2.43% 0.17% 43.76% 1.01% 5.94% 0.07% 0.23% 0.00% 9.34% 2.29% Age 1864 426,175 51.28% 7.87% 0.38% 14.91% 0.75% 8.55% 0.31% 0.99% 0.13% 4.99% 9.84% Age 65+ 67,117 5.39% 0.32% 15.37% 0.00% 0.28% 0.90% 37.88% 10.23% 1.95% 26.33% 1.37% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-10. Florida: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Florida Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 18,534,081 37.37% 6.03% FL 1 654,922 33.96% FL 2 707,319 FL 3 FL 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 5.60% 11.10% 1.76% 1.38% 6.38% 2.32% 0.50% 6.30% 21.26% 5.23% 3.48% 11.32% 8.36% 1.23% 4.60% 1.97% 0.43% 12.27% 17.16% 42.34% 6.65% 3.94% 10.87% 2.94% 1.47% 5.42% 2.27% 0.55% 7.39% 16.15% 618,126 32.83% 3.69% 4.76% 20.56% 1.58% 1.30% 3.68% 3.13% 0.59% 5.24% 22.65% 716,420 45.87% 4.73% 3.36% 10.04% 4.13% 1.67% 5.30% 1.42% 0.46% 6.95% 16.06% FL 5 931,855 34.81% 4.74% 7.06% 10.88% 1.41% 1.45% 10.49% 1.88% 0.82% 10.31% 16.15% FL 6 795,353 38.95% 6.22% 4.74% 10.59% 3.88% 1.38% 7.07% 1.39% 0.52% 8.84% 16.42% FL 7 814,872 41.03% 6.55% 4.79% 9.65% 1.37% 1.30% 7.57% 1.99% 0.41% 6.51% 18.83% FL 8 815,208 43.76% 5.94% 3.80% 9.55% 0.98% 1.61% 4.29% 1.73% 0.30% 5.50% 22.53% FL 9 751,272 43.82% 5.97% 5.63% 9.32% 2.35% 1.16% 6.61% 1.61% 0.66% 6.18% 16.70% FL 10 623,621 39.85% 5.48% 7.14% 8.78% 1.42% 1.53% 8.14% 1.84% 0.71% 7.21% 17.89% FL 11 667,231 36.25% 5.16% 4.63% 16.58% 2.02% 1.10% 3.35% 3.03% 0.52% 4.87% 22.49% FL 12 822,778 37.76% 3.91% 5.85% 15.03% 2.18% 1.16% 5.43% 1.82% 0.60% 5.91% 20.35% FL 13 754,564 31.28% 6.76% 6.89% 9.98% 0.91% 1.80% 12.25% 1.84% 0.60% 9.01% 18.69% FL 14 851,735 32.18% 6.52% 7.08% 9.14% 0.82% 1.05% 12.30% 1.68% 0.50% 8.37% 20.37% FL 15 808,040 36.71% 5.37% 5.84% 10.60% 2.35% 1.63% 7.16% 1.68% 0.62% 8.75% 19.30% FL 16 789,460 33.00% 6.44% 6.95% 10.62% 1.25% 1.31% 10.10% 1.64% 1.03% 8.79% 18.87% FL 17 624,671 28.74% 4.59% 5.39% 16.82% 0.35% 2.30% 1.82% 3.87% 0.23% 2.29% 33.61% FL 18 713,348 29.34% 9.10% 6.51% 11.76% 0.67% 1.00% 2.85% 5.89% 0.19% 2.10% 30.58% FL 19 738,261 35.39% 6.43% 8.44% 8.16% 0.59% 1.18% 10.27% 1.62% 0.51% 6.57% 20.85% FL 20 681,411 44.39% 9.66% 5.64% 6.60% 0.85% 1.75% 5.13% 1.65% 0.32% 3.34% 20.66% FL 21 694,366 33.94% 5.97% 6.28% 11.31% 0.29% 0.85% 2.08% 6.37% 0.08% 1.84% 30.97% CRS-29 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only FL 22 698,179 42.47% 10.58% FL 23 664,941 29.66% FL 24 784,266 FL 25 811,862 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 6.36% 5.37% 0.73% 1.64% 8.64% 1.10% 0.67% 5.26% 17.19% 3.69% 4.87% 17.17% 0.72% 1.12% 3.13% 2.57% 0.46% 2.98% 33.61% 48.78% 5.76% 4.26% 7.42% 1.60% 1.75% 5.86% 1.14% 0.53% 6.62% 16.28% 35.12% 5.58% 5.52% 12.42% 0.63% 0.82% 2.04% 3.99% 0.16% 1.90% 31.82% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 3,990,247 40.11% 6.55% 0.26% 33.88% 2.01% 1.27% 0.01% 0.27% 0.01% 2.91% 12.70% Age 1864 11,335,279 46.59% 7.38% 1.21% 6.22% 2.14% 1.77% 0.49% 1.25% 0.22% 2.84% 29.89% Age 65+ 3,208,555 1.37% 0.61% 27.72% 0.00% 0.08% 0.14% 35.12% 8.66% 2.10% 22.75% 1.43% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-11. Georgia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Georgia Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 9,519,836 43.86% 5.04% GA 1 693,733 34.10% GA 2 597,113 GA 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.53% 12.11% 2.06% 2.01% 4.26% 1.73% 0.28% 5.41% 19.70% 4.15% 4.56% 12.92% 6.80% 1.75% 4.68% 2.00% 0.39% 7.23% 21.44% 30.56% 3.35% 4.30% 19.67% 3.45% 2.17% 4.64% 3.02% 0.45% 7.28% 21.11% 804,157 49.64% 4.51% 3.86% 9.90% 2.58% 1.71% 4.75% 1.41% 0.19% 6.10% 15.35% GA 4 665,925 38.76% 3.43% 2.79% 14.44% 1.23% 1.68% 2.88% 1.61% 0.29% 4.22% 28.68% GA 5 620,049 42.13% 8.11% 3.40% 13.20% 0.85% 1.88% 3.35% 2.22% 0.25% 3.33% 21.29% GA 6 768,225 59.60% 8.65% 2.34% 4.45% 0.51% 1.83% 5.00% 0.71% 0.12% 3.44% 13.33% GA 7 909,976 49.66% 5.53% 2.47% 9.03% 0.91% 2.92% 3.40% 0.81% 0.12% 4.40% 20.75% GA 8 689,685 40.70% 3.28% 3.64% 15.02% 2.27% 2.00% 5.06% 2.43% 0.46% 7.62% 17.53% GA 9 816,639 45.55% 5.77% 4.47% 10.76% 0.85% 1.84% 5.26% 1.69% 0.29% 4.95% 18.58% GA 10 715,734 40.69% 5.54% 4.12% 11.74% 2.44% 2.86% 5.33% 1.95% 0.37% 6.94% 18.01% GA 11 780,442 49.28% 5.45% 3.69% 10.27% 0.98% 1.60% 4.35% 1.43% 0.20% 5.21% 17.55% GA 12 679,167 37.98% 3.30% 4.21% 15.83% 3.26% 1.52% 4.10% 2.53% 0.43% 6.13% 20.71% GA 13 778,991 43.83% 3.91% 2.50% 13.93% 1.56% 2.18% 2.62% 1.49% 0.26% 4.11% 23.62% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,492,281 42.98% 4.77% 0.38% 34.56% 2.60% 1.56% 0.04% 0.13% 0.02% 3.18% 9.79% Age 1864 6,024,027 51.27% 5.94% 1.20% 4.83% 2.18% 2.52% 0.56% 1.24% 0.14% 3.22% 26.89% Age 65+ 1,003,528 1.54% 0.30% 25.40% 0.00% 0.02% 0.07% 36.96% 8.68% 1.78% 24.10% 1.15% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-12. Hawaii: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,315,677 45.53% 5.13% HI 1 628,913 44.60% HI 2 686,764 46.39% Hawaii Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.95% 10.93% 4.29% 6.23% 6.73% 1.54% 0.18% 8.60% 7.89% 4.62% 3.05% 7.96% 5.02% 8.71% 7.25% 1.88% 0.09% 10.22% 6.60% 5.60% 2.87% 13.65% 3.63% 3.95% 6.24% 1.22% 0.26% 7.12% 9.06% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 303,661 44.13% 4.24% 0.27% 26.52% 8.55% 5.52% 0.00% 0.13% 0.00% 6.97% 3.66% Age 1864 818,181 56.22% 6.58% 0.60% 7.73% 3.71% 7.84% 0.65% 0.66% 0.08% 4.97% 10.95% Age 65+ 193,835 2.62% 0.41% 17.10% 0.00% 0.08% 0.51% 42.89% 7.47% 0.85% 26.49% 1.58% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-32 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-13. Idaho: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,551,635 43.91% 8.08% ID 1 831,038 45.51% ID 2 720,597 42.08% Idaho Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.12% 9.57% 1.53% 1.67% 6.10% 1.37% 0.32% 6.58% 17.75% 6.88% 3.19% 9.28% 1.28% 1.24% 6.60% 1.37% 0.37% 6.98% 17.32% 9.47% 3.03% 9.90% 1.82% 2.17% 5.52% 1.37% 0.27% 6.12% 18.25% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 428,296 47.87% 7.40% 0.23% 26.31% 1.56% 1.39% 0.06% 0.06% 0.00% 4.61% 10.51% Age 1864 930,312 51.02% 10.02% 0.85% 3.85% 1.84% 2.14% 0.51% 1.25% 0.15% 3.66% 24.73% Age 65+ 193,027 0.90% 0.25% 20.45% 0.00% 0.00% 0.05% 46.42% 4.86% 1.85% 25.04% 0.17% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-14. Illinois: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Illinois Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 12,673,245 49.67% 5.10% IL 1 598,167 38.73% IL 2 606,980 IL 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.43% 13.54% 0.63% 1.67% 5.91% 1.37% 0.24% 4.68% 13.77% 3.20% 4.51% 22.42% 0.58% 1.44% 5.28% 2.36% 0.46% 4.06% 16.94% 39.72% 2.09% 4.25% 20.38% 0.64% 1.79% 5.51% 2.00% 0.25% 4.78% 18.61% 657,282 49.31% 3.32% 3.45% 14.43% 0.35% 1.19% 5.49% 0.87% 0.23% 4.45% 16.91% IL 4 579,040 34.96% 2.94% 3.53% 23.97% 0.11% 0.52% 1.42% 1.30% 0.09% 1.49% 29.68% IL 5 641,990 50.91% 4.77% 3.77% 11.50% 0.27% 2.56% 3.99% 1.31% 0.18% 2.98% 17.75% IL 6 652,158 57.15% 6.20% 3.04% 9.12% 0.41% 1.12% 5.90% 0.66% 0.11% 3.89% 12.41% IL 7 624,967 42.58% 5.45% 4.05% 20.34% 0.51% 1.34% 3.70% 2.78% 0.34% 2.99% 15.92% IL 8 733,261 58.10% 5.24% 2.97% 9.61% 0.69% 1.56% 4.38% 0.73% 0.14% 4.19% 12.40% IL 9 629,454 46.71% 6.62% 4.33% 9.93% 0.30% 1.60% 5.95% 2.78% 0.14% 4.23% 17.41% IL 10 643,687 56.64% 7.57% 3.77% 7.74% 0.60% 1.50% 6.69% 1.05% 0.14% 4.08% 10.21% IL 11 742,330 53.76% 5.60% 2.89% 11.20% 0.49% 1.92% 6.69% 0.89% 0.19% 4.91% 11.43% IL 12 650,350 42.67% 4.33% 3.96% 17.08% 2.90% 1.18% 6.54% 1.57% 0.38% 7.67% 11.71% IL 13 771,176 63.73% 5.91% 2.34% 6.97% 0.23% 1.79% 5.42% 0.61% 0.07% 3.71% 9.22% IL 14 834,236 56.30% 5.80% 2.43% 11.40% 0.27% 1.81% 5.38% 0.88% 0.14% 3.64% 11.95% IL 15 679,074 48.31% 7.31% 2.84% 12.33% 0.65% 3.44% 7.05% 1.14% 0.32% 5.61% 11.02% IL 16 714,781 51.20% 5.03% 3.51% 12.25% 0.62% 1.69% 7.00% 1.41% 0.33% 5.93% 11.03% IL 17 616,797 41.90% 4.62% 3.91% 17.58% 0.86% 1.48% 8.72% 1.77% 0.38% 6.68% 12.10% IL 18 648,075 52.23% 4.27% 2.90% 11.98% 0.41% 1.89% 8.62% 1.29% 0.25% 6.40% 9.76% IL 19 649,440 48.67% 5.55% 3.52% 12.36% 1.17% 1.67% 8.12% 1.28% 0.53% 7.21% 9.92% 0.02% 0.18% 0.01% 3.47% 4.49% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 CRS-34 3,121,719 50.55% 4.23% 0.23% 34.99% 0.51% 1.33% Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Age 1864 8,001,743 58.53% 6.38% Age 65+ 1,549,783 2.12% 0.24% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 0.98% 7.79% 0.78% 2.12% 0.47% 0.88% 0.13% 2.14% 19.81% 22.49% 0.00% 0.09% 0.09% 45.82% 6.32% 1.29% 20.24% 1.30% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-15. Indiana: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Indiana Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,391,470 49.51% 4.85% IN 1 700,774 49.86% IN 2 660,427 IN 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.45% 11.49% 0.82% 1.62% 6.54% 1.31% 0.34% 5.25% 14.83% 4.23% 3.81% 13.19% 0.65% 1.25% 6.40% 1.60% 0.27% 4.96% 13.78% 46.72% 4.34% 3.83% 13.87% 0.62% 1.49% 7.21% 1.40% 0.46% 5.39% 14.67% 721,309 48.78% 4.56% 3.76% 11.06% 0.89% 1.53% 5.98% 0.95% 0.32% 4.37% 17.80% IN 4 776,936 55.66% 5.16% 2.39% 8.52% 0.87% 1.68% 6.36% 0.97% 0.21% 5.19% 13.00% IN 5 803,333 57.53% 6.05% 2.87% 6.42% 0.93% 2.20% 6.31% 0.59% 0.28% 4.96% 11.85% IN 6 660,965 46.01% 4.60% 3.70% 11.27% 0.81% 1.41% 7.97% 1.71% 0.46% 6.54% 15.52% IN 7 673,265 37.98% 4.30% 2.81% 20.83% 0.86% 1.31% 4.90% 1.69% 0.31% 5.11% 19.91% IN 8 676,980 49.71% 4.79% 4.03% 10.39% 0.95% 1.14% 7.37% 1.53% 0.44% 5.58% 14.06% IN 9 717,481 50.65% 5.35% 4.04% 9.40% 0.77% 2.38% 6.51% 1.52% 0.38% 5.33% 13.67% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,602,320 51.15% 4.12% 0.10% 29.95% 0.77% 1.20% 0.04% 0.11% 0.01% 3.66% 8.90% Age 1864 3,982,366 58.59% 6.10% 1.28% 6.38% 1.00% 2.10% 0.68% 1.19% 0.19% 2.36% 20.13% Age 65+ 806,784 1.42% 0.12% 20.81% 0.00% 0.05% 0.05% 48.35% 4.23% 1.79% 22.73% 0.46% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-16. Iowa: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Iowa 3,004,885 51.44% 6.63% IA 1 587,921 51.30% IA 2 610,104 IA 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.70% 10.21% 0.77% 2.39% 7.58% 1.37% 0.38% 7.21% 9.31% 5.89% 2.56% 10.72% 0.83% 3.35% 7.83% 1.76% 0.38% 6.97% 8.42% 52.55% 6.37% 2.55% 10.24% 0.70% 2.57% 6.68% 1.26% 0.33% 7.44% 9.31% 636,169 54.95% 5.06% 2.17% 10.42% 0.76% 1.74% 6.84% 1.29% 0.34% 6.86% 9.56% IA 4 600,398 52.25% 7.56% 2.74% 8.98% 0.69% 2.01% 8.24% 1.17% 0.48% 7.22% 8.65% IA 5 570,293 45.64% 8.45% 3.56% 10.73% 0.88% 2.31% 8.40% 1.40% 0.39% 7.57% 10.65% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 721,762 54.03% 6.36% 0.09% 25.55% 0.63% 2.28% 0.03% 0.20% 0.00% 6.80% 4.02% Age 1864 1,854,816 62.14% 8.24% 0.55% 6.60% 0.99% 2.97% 0.49% 1.31% 0.16% 3.09% 13.45% Age 65+ 428,307 0.73% 0.12% 16.42% 0.00% 0.04% 0.05% 50.99% 3.65% 1.98% 25.73% 0.29% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-17. Kansas: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Kansas TRICARE/ Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2,804,461 50.45% 6.26% 2.98% 8.19% 2.05% 1.85% 6.37% 1.30% 0.31% 6.37% 13.89% KS 1 636,748 44.99% 7.84% 3.54% 8.78% 1.62% 2.21% 7.75% 1.41% 0.41% 7.21% 14.23% KS 2 689,730 48.08% 5.98% 2.73% 8.33% 4.45% 1.75% 6.74% 1.37% 0.38% 7.69% 12.50% KS 3 767,409 56.98% 7.51% 2.27% 5.95% 0.68% 1.86% 5.15% 0.95% 0.18% 4.89% 13.59% KS 4 710,574 50.58% 3.79% 3.49% 9.93% 1.58% 1.59% 6.09% 1.49% 0.29% 5.92% 15.26% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 725,437 53.06% 6.33% 0.15% 23.15% 3.25% 1.67% 0.01% 0.13% 0.00% 4.01% 8.24% Age 1864 1,718,527 59.67% 7.49% 0.78% 3.59% 1.97% 2.29% 0.59% 1.22% 0.17% 3.15% 19.09% Age 65+ 360,497 1.22% 0.30% 19.16% 0.00% 0.02% 0.09% 46.70% 4.02% 1.60% 26.45% 0.42% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-18. Kentucky: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Kentucky Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,242,714 44.28% 4.66% KY 1 660,689 40.09% KY 2 737,271 KY 3 KY 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.07% 13.15% 1.62% 1.69% 6.03% 2.39% 0.53% 6.33% 15.25% 4.85% 4.82% 12.83% 2.76% 1.46% 6.97% 2.58% 0.72% 6.61% 16.29% 44.32% 5.11% 3.19% 12.07% 3.38% 1.68% 5.89% 1.98% 0.42% 8.01% 13.93% 714,529 49.82% 5.75% 2.97% 10.81% 0.95% 1.49% 6.09% 2.00% 0.42% 6.47% 13.23% 721,775 50.58% 4.13% 3.72% 11.53% 0.62% 1.85% 5.60% 1.93% 0.41% 6.06% 13.55% KY 5 657,174 32.71% 2.35% 6.61% 20.49% 0.91% 2.01% 6.48% 4.15% 0.73% 5.23% 18.33% KY 6 751,276 46.74% 5.56% 3.41% 11.84% 1.10% 1.64% 5.31% 1.88% 0.51% 5.51% 16.49% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,018,375 46.30% 4.50% 0.26% 34.84% 2.27% 1.46% 0.00% 0.31% 0.00% 4.05% 6.01% Age 1864 2,667,980 52.44% 5.66% 2.04% 7.61% 1.69% 2.12% 1.03% 1.95% 0.33% 3.21% 21.91% Age 65+ 556,359 1.49% 0.20% 20.75% 0.00% 0.06% 0.03% 41.07% 8.27% 2.43% 25.45% 0.25% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-19. Louisiana: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,440,314 39.94% 5.12% LA 1 672,762 42.90% LA 2 502,106 LA 3 LA 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.99% 16.47% 1.37% 1.91% 4.93% 2.51% 0.38% 5.56% 17.81% 6.92% 4.58% 12.52% 1.15% 2.15% 6.04% 1.96% 0.35% 5.14% 16.30% 33.77% 4.51% 4.77% 20.78% 1.09% 2.73% 3.05% 3.14% 0.47% 4.82% 20.86% 632,420 41.95% 4.83% 4.27% 16.81% 0.59% 1.43% 5.15% 2.65% 0.29% 5.11% 16.91% 645,154 36.34% 3.42% 3.66% 16.98% 3.86% 1.79% 5.19% 2.55% 0.34% 7.84% 18.01% LA 5 611,349 33.18% 3.95% 3.69% 18.06% 0.99% 1.69% 4.74% 3.47% 0.71% 6.31% 23.19% LA 6 708,319 46.73% 6.56% 3.42% 14.87% 0.92% 1.84% 4.83% 1.56% 0.22% 4.27% 14.77% LA 7 668,204 42.14% 5.20% 3.77% 16.61% 0.93% 1.90% 5.07% 2.57% 0.35% 5.44% 16.02% Louisiana Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,113,329 36.68% 4.23% 0.37% 46.22% 1.46% 1.19% 0.01% 0.27% 0.01% 4.02% 5.54% Age 1864 2,788,424 48.49% 6.43% 1.42% 7.77% 1.59% 2.55% 0.68% 1.82% 0.19% 3.04% 26.03% Age 65+ 538,561 2.41% 0.17% 24.84% 0.00% 0.03% 0.08% 37.14% 10.72% 2.15% 21.81% 0.66% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-20. Maine: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,313,037 45.52% 4.28% ME 1 662,593 50.25% ME 2 650,444 40.71% Maine Medicaid Only TRICARE Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.18% 15.50% 1.39% 1.44% 6.69% 3.52% 0.69% 7.64% 10.13% 4.64% 3.03% 12.26% 1.53% 1.47% 7.07% 2.52% 0.47% 7.59% 9.16% 3.91% 3.33% 18.79% 1.25% 1.42% 6.30% 4.54% 0.93% 7.69% 11.12% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 273,098 49.02% 3.21% 0.12% 35.89% 1.20% 0.88% 0.05% 0.26% 0.09% 5.28% 4.00% Age 1864 836,479 55.02% 5.62% 0.96% 12.61% 1.75% 1.94% 0.63% 2.81% 0.38% 3.71% 14.57% Age 65+ 203,460 1.77% 0.20% 16.42% 0.00% 0.21% 0.15% 40.54% 10.81% 2.79% 27.00% 0.11% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-21. Maryland: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,687,998 53.31% 5.09% MD 1 734,328 53.58% MD 2 699,718 MD 3 MD 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.55% 10.33% 1.71% 2.25% 5.87% 1.23% 0.23% 6.16% 11.27% 5.60% 2.92% 9.48% 1.28% 3.13% 7.89% 1.12% 0.33% 6.80% 7.87% 48.36% 3.78% 3.11% 13.21% 2.84% 2.25% 5.42% 1.28% 0.39% 7.08% 12.28% 696,267 54.94% 5.68% 2.53% 8.39% 1.57% 2.63% 6.08% 1.41% 0.29% 5.87% 10.61% 711,030 53.73% 4.16% 1.76% 11.65% 1.68% 2.01% 4.52% 0.97% 0.07% 5.55% 13.90% MD 5 754,676 55.35% 4.57% 1.90% 7.84% 3.34% 2.31% 5.22% 0.78% 0.13% 7.50% 11.06% MD 6 727,412 59.18% 5.44% 3.10% 8.00% 1.19% 1.92% 6.55% 1.31% 0.15% 5.73% 7.42% MD 7 643,227 45.66% 4.79% 3.02% 17.49% 0.66% 2.14% 5.23% 2.33% 0.44% 6.13% 12.12% MD 8 721,340 54.63% 6.63% 2.11% 7.58% 1.00% 1.61% 5.92% 0.77% 0.03% 4.59% 15.12% Maryland Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,350,011 54.99% 4.66% 0.35% 26.40% 2.61% 2.13% 0.03% 0.14% 0.00% 3.93% 4.76% Age 1864 3,650,938 62.10% 6.11% 0.70% 6.34% 1.69% 2.70% 0.59% 0.76% 0.10% 3.42% 15.50% Age 65+ 687,049 3.30% 0.50% 16.66% 0.00% 0.07% 0.13% 45.42% 5.88% 1.35% 25.14% 1.54% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-22. Massachusetts: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Massachusetts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,478,067 55.65% 5.44% MA 1 628,361 53.92% MA 2 664,479 MA 3 MA 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.82% 14.07% 0.38% 2.38% 6.06% 2.28% 0.30% 6.20% 4.41% 4.47% 2.87% 15.34% 0.52% 1.59% 6.70% 2.67% 0.40% 7.27% 4.25% 53.10% 4.09% 2.86% 17.06% 0.65% 2.10% 5.82% 2.62% 0.22% 6.71% 4.78% 653,614 58.84% 4.47% 3.07% 14.10% 0.27% 1.62% 5.69% 1.92% 0.27% 6.09% 3.65% 649,312 55.86% 6.58% 3.05% 12.79% 0.34% 2.15% 6.01% 2.26% 0.39% 7.00% 3.57% MA 5 653,218 59.16% 4.30% 2.59% 14.60% 0.45% 1.64% 5.18% 1.96% 0.18% 5.79% 4.15% MA 6 644,675 59.86% 5.06% 2.84% 10.32% 0.32% 2.42% 6.95% 1.85% 0.26% 6.51% 3.62% MA 7 639,391 56.66% 5.90% 2.98% 12.30% 0.31% 1.47% 6.81% 1.82% 0.38% 5.76% 5.60% MA 8 651,740 45.81% 9.08% 2.17% 21.35% 0.17% 5.25% 2.77% 3.59% 0.23% 3.74% 5.84% MA 9 653,320 59.92% 4.69% 2.46% 12.72% 0.26% 1.96% 5.83% 2.56% 0.38% 5.07% 4.15% MA 10 639,957 53.39% 5.80% 3.29% 9.98% 0.57% 3.54% 8.99% 1.52% 0.29% 8.14% 4.49% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,414,746 60.92% 3.63% 0.10% 25.63% 0.37% 2.18% 0.03% 0.15% 0.02% 5.45% 1.53% Age 18-64 4,199,533 64.65% 7.11% 0.56% 13.07% 0.46% 2.90% 0.38% 1.52% 0.12% 3.00% 6.23% 863,788 3.27% 0.33% 18.24% 0.00% 0.06% 0.12% 43.60% 9.49% 1.62% 22.99% 0.28% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-23. Michigan: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Michigan Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only 9,763,683 47.61% 4.47% 2.64% 14.14% TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 0.55% 1.91% 7.88% 1.74% 0.28% 6.42% 12.37% MI 1 633,140 40.20% 4.90% 3.29% 12.60% 1.00% 1.89% 10.61% 2.30% 0.74% 9.40% 13.08% MI 2 689,386 46.50% 4.25% 3.42% 13.77% 0.55% 2.28% 7.59% 1.77% 0.31% 7.21% 12.33% MI 3 683,370 52.37% 4.27% 2.48% 12.97% 0.48% 1.66% 6.41% 1.32% 0.18% 6.59% 11.26% MI 4 674,328 45.42% 4.87% 2.79% 13.20% 0.73% 2.09% 8.99% 1.77% 0.30% 6.96% 12.89% MI 5 623,215 41.74% 2.46% 2.07% 21.45% 0.39% 2.10% 8.58% 2.19% 0.31% 7.09% 11.62% MI 6 666,603 44.13% 4.71% 3.05% 14.52% 0.50% 4.47% 7.59% 2.09% 0.33% 6.40% 12.21% MI 7 664,612 48.02% 4.79% 3.09% 13.17% 0.74% 1.30% 8.22% 1.69% 0.30% 6.57% 12.10% MI 8 701,089 57.46% 5.63% 1.72% 10.19% 0.71% 2.11% 7.02% 0.99% 0.18% 5.26% 8.71% MI 9 659,999 56.17% 7.19% 2.46% 7.43% 0.28% 1.86% 8.36% 1.24% 0.10% 4.56% 10.35% MI 10 715,125 52.23% 5.15% 2.22% 10.40% 0.55% 1.39% 8.21% 1.33% 0.26% 6.30% 11.97% MI 11 688,194 57.98% 4.62% 2.06% 8.56% 0.41% 1.35% 8.24% 0.71% 0.10% 5.45% 10.51% MI 12 627,510 45.41% 4.38% 3.05% 13.20% 0.45% 1.33% 8.65% 2.09% 0.28% 6.98% 14.17% MI 13 509,944 31.10% 2.06% 3.45% 27.90% 0.60% 1.36% 5.34% 3.48% 0.37% 5.71% 18.62% MI 14 544,471 32.09% 2.17% 2.82% 27.14% 0.45% 1.60% 7.18% 2.53% 0.26% 5.76% 18.01% MI 15 682,697 54.37% 4.40% 1.97% 12.25% 0.42% 1.64% 6.78% 1.35% 0.21% 6.04% 10.59% Coverage by Age Under 18 2,331,475 50.88% 3.59% 0.18% 33.70% 0.44% 1.55% 0.04% 0.19% 0.00% 5.34% 4.08% Age 18-64 6,106,494 56.48% 5.74% 0.97% 9.74% 0.71% 2.44% 0.90% 1.58% 0.18% 3.12% 18.15% Age 65 + 1,325,714 0.99% 0.15% 14.66% 0.00% 0.02% 0.08% 53.81% 5.22% 1.24% 23.53% 0.30% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-24. Minnesota: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Minnesota Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,252,092 55.01% 6.57% MN 1 637,797 52.24% MN 2 725,699 MN 3 MN 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.39% 10.11% 0.66% 1.82% 6.94% 1.29% 0.30% 5.84% 9.07% 7.24% 2.92% 9.16% 0.62% 3.40% 8.16% 1.56% 0.38% 6.29% 8.02% 65.30% 6.08% 1.88% 6.43% 0.87% 1.34% 5.19% 0.67% 0.22% 4.80% 7.22% 652,615 59.94% 6.54% 2.26% 8.05% 0.31% 1.50% 7.04% 0.99% 0.23% 4.89% 8.24% 614,046 52.10% 5.20% 2.18% 13.78% 0.42% 1.40% 6.78% 2.16% 0.21% 5.64% 10.14% MN 5 608,317 49.50% 6.24% 1.94% 15.67% 0.48% 1.19% 5.10% 1.86% 0.15% 4.48% 13.39% MN 6 746,449 64.00% 6.16% 1.59% 6.68% 0.73% 1.94% 5.53% 0.53% 0.22% 5.47% 7.13% MN 7 617,272 46.78% 8.81% 3.13% 10.67% 0.80% 2.26% 9.14% 1.41% 0.45% 7.32% 9.23% MN 8 649,897 46.64% 6.45% 3.41% 11.93% 1.03% 1.57% 9.00% 1.47% 0.54% 7.98% 10.00% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,281,022 60.28% 6.24% 0.10% 19.89% 0.51% 1.46% 0.02% 0.18% 0.02% 4.74% 6.57% Age 18-64 3,314,300 63.62% 7.95% 0.70% 8.33% 0.85% 2.31% 0.55% 1.05% 0.14% 2.73% 11.77% 656,770 1.24% 0.26% 15.39% 0.00% 0.04% 0.06% 52.69% 4.70% 1.65% 23.64% 0.33% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-25. Mississippi: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Mississippi Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2,902,907 37.56% 4.57% 4.20% 16.97% 1.76% 1.76% 4.98% 3.27% 0.50% 6.24% 18.19% MS 1 777,751 39.58% 5.04% 4.01% 14.94% 1.36% 2.26% 5.98% 2.93% 0.45% 5.92% 17.52% MS 2 654,079 30.99% 4.29% 4.62% 23.04% 0.86% 1.54% 3.57% 4.48% 0.49% 5.24% 20.89% MS 3 733,712 41.17% 5.18% 3.87% 15.48% 1.16% 1.88% 5.78% 3.31% 0.48% 6.06% 15.62% MS 4 737,365 37.65% 3.73% 4.34% 15.20% 3.57% 1.32% 4.39% 2.52% 0.60% 7.62% 19.06% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 Age 18-64 Age 65+ 751,985 32.58% 4.54% 0.17% 47.16% 1.92% 1.24% 0.07% 0.25% 0.04% 3.58% 8.44% 1,781,118 47.27% 5.49% 2.00% 7.74% 2.02% 2.34% 0.68% 2.56% 0.28% 3.60% 26.01% 369,804 0.90% 0.22% 22.96% 0.00% 0.15% 0.05% 35.69% 12.83% 2.52% 24.33% 0.36% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-26. Missouri: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,879,864 48.19% 5.91% MO 1 580,164 42.78% MO 2 698,555 MO 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.87% 10.90% 1.53% 1.78% 6.58% 1.94% 0.51% 5.63% 13.16% 4.21% 4.26% 16.06% 1.22% 1.91% 5.60% 3.05% 0.48% 5.39% 15.04% 66.40% 6.02% 3.09% 3.43% 0.61% 1.67% 6.82% 0.65% 0.25% 4.54% 6.52% 620,976 52.39% 5.92% 3.89% 9.12% 0.97% 2.01% 6.34% 1.15% 0.43% 4.93% 12.86% MO 4 653,490 42.02% 5.45% 4.05% 10.76% 4.55% 1.47% 7.90% 1.77% 0.62% 7.41% 14.01% MO 5 632,650 45.55% 6.17% 3.44% 13.04% 0.83% 1.42% 5.65% 1.52% 0.47% 4.81% 17.09% MO 6 673,401 54.30% 6.35% 2.89% 7.94% 1.35% 2.10% 7.21% 1.39% 0.37% 5.91% 10.20% MO 7 714,493 42.78% 6.22% 4.51% 11.58% 1.52% 1.23% 6.49% 2.20% 0.56% 6.03% 16.89% MO 8 633,596 36.02% 5.25% 4.88% 16.97% 1.67% 2.03% 7.28% 4.18% 0.83% 6.02% 14.88% MO 9 672,539 49.61% 7.33% 3.95% 10.54% 1.02% 2.27% 5.80% 1.73% 0.61% 5.55% 11.60% State and Congressional Districts Missouri Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,413,730 50.66% 6.42% 0.12% 29.97% 1.70% 1.39% 0.03% 0.10% 0.00% 3.37% 6.23% Age 18-64 3,662,511 57.54% 6.98% 1.28% 5.94% 1.79% 2.31% 0.80% 1.71% 0.26% 2.76% 18.63% 803,623 1.23% 0.15% 22.29% 0.00% 0.04% 0.07% 44.45% 6.18% 2.54% 22.64% 0.41% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-27. Montana: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Montana 975,562 41.45% 8.34% MT – at large 975,562 41.45% 8.34% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.81% 8.64% 2.24% 2.30% 6.98% 1.24% 0.69% 6.98% 17.32% 3.81% 8.64% 2.24% 2.30% 6.98% 1.24% 0.69% 6.98% 17.32% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 221,455 43.47% 7.67% 0.09% 26.43% 2.67% 2.13% 0.04% 0.11% 0.03% 4.93% 12.44% Age 1864 611,451 50.09% 10.48% 0.91% 4.22% 2.61% 2.84% 0.53% 1.19% 0.38% 3.70% 23.06% Age 65+ 142,656 1.30% 0.18% 22.05% 0.00% 0.00% 0.29% 45.42% 3.18% 3.04% 24.24% 0.30% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-28. Nebraska: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Nebraska Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,802,049 50.20% 8.17% NE 1 621,611 52.50% NE 2 630,922 NE 3 549,516 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.92% 9.16% 1.63% 1.81% 6.51% 1.21% 0.41% 6.45% 11.52% 8.24% 2.73% 8.55% 1.45% 1.84% 7.09% 1.21% 0.40% 5.92% 10.08% 52.85% 6.28% 2.46% 9.91% 2.38% 1.67% 4.34% 1.01% 0.32% 6.59% 12.21% 44.56% 10.28% 3.66% 9.00% 0.97% 1.95% 8.34% 1.44% 0.53% 6.89% 12.37% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 458,869 52.88% 7.22% 0.12% 25.88% 1.84% 1.46% 0.02% 0.03% 0.04% 4.91% 5.61% Age 18-64 1,108,279 59.40% 10.25% 0.66% 4.18% 1.88% 2.33% 0.42% 1.01% 0.21% 3.32% 16.35% 234,901 1.56% 0.23% 19.07% 0.00% 0.06% 0.08% 47.91% 4.48% 2.07% 24.24% 0.30% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-29. Nevada: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Nevada Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 2,668,966 44.57% 4.70% NV 1 794,263 40.07% NV 2 824,188 NV 3 1,050,515 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.96% 7.61% 1.62% 2.86% 4.63% 1.36% 0.51% 5.58% 22.62% 3.22% 3.75% 11.86% 1.83% 1.43% 3.47% 1.42% 0.42% 5.27% 27.25% 41.70% 5.90% 4.15% 7.13% 1.84% 3.59% 6.06% 1.55% 0.67% 6.45% 20.95% 50.21% 4.87% 3.96% 4.77% 1.30% 3.36% 4.38% 1.15% 0.45% 5.12% 20.43% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 663,742 48.06% 5.28% 0.21% 20.82% 1.59% 2.89% 0.07% 0.15% 0.01% 3.53% 17.38% Age 1864 1,682,011 51.24% 5.33% 1.01% 3.86% 1.94% 3.35% 0.41% 0.89% 0.17% 3.16% 28.63% Age 65+ 323,213 2.64% 0.21% 26.95% 0.00% 0.04% 0.24% 35.93% 6.26% 3.27% 22.36% 2.09% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-30. New Hampshire Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts New Hampshire Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,302,639 57.26% 4.59% NH 1 649,993 56.95% NH 2 652,646 57.56% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.27% 7.41% 1.01% 1.45% 6.87% 1.17% 0.35% 5.50% 11.13% 4.64% 3.04% 6.51% 1.21% 1.55% 6.49% 1.25% 0.32% 5.99% 12.04% 4.54% 3.49% 8.29% 0.80% 1.36% 7.26% 1.08% 0.38% 5.00% 10.23% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 285,730 62.97% 4.26% 0.12% 23.27% 0.77% 0.72% 0.02% 0.16% 0.00% 2.93% 4.79% Age 18-64 844,551 66.66% 5.62% 1.26% 3.55% 1.28% 1.98% 0.61% 1.15% 0.16% 2.29% 15.46% Age 65+ 172,358 1.70% 0.10% 18.34% 0.00% 0.08% 0.12% 48.96% 2.92% 1.85% 25.48% 0.46% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-31. New Jersey: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 8,693,541 54.37% 4.20% NJ 1 662,007 52.05% NJ 2 676,398 NJ 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.62% 9.55% 0.31% 2.27% 6.33% 1.47% 0.15% 4.49% 13.24% 3.01% 3.18% 12.87% 0.45% 3.50% 6.38% 1.57% 0.13% 4.95% 11.91% 49.70% 3.41% 3.94% 12.14% 0.48% 2.79% 7.15% 1.52% 0.22% 6.00% 12.66% 666,040 57.12% 4.58% 3.75% 5.70% 1.42% 1.61% 9.37% 1.15% 0.19% 6.95% 8.16% NJ 4 713,130 52.58% 4.72% 3.57% 11.68% 0.26% 1.34% 9.02% 1.11% 0.12% 5.73% 9.86% NJ 5 660,361 63.80% 5.74% 3.85% 3.95% 0.08% 1.65% 7.41% 0.85% 0.13% 3.98% 8.57% NJ 6 662,751 55.81% 3.28% 3.22% 8.66% 0.22% 2.49% 5.37% 1.24% 0.15% 3.91% 15.66% NJ 7 659,511 66.12% 4.25% 3.04% 3.82% 0.11% 1.82% 6.25% 0.88% 0.18% 4.96% 8.57% NJ 8 657,480 46.45% 3.56% 4.26% 13.66% 0.07% 4.24% 4.72% 2.65% 0.12% 3.94% 16.33% NJ 9 660,663 50.18% 6.16% 4.76% 7.74% 0.34% 1.48% 5.78% 1.37% 0.10% 3.27% 18.84% NJ 10 621,863 40.59% 3.54% 3.98% 20.07% 0.32% 2.23% 3.48% 2.48% 0.24% 3.30% 19.78% NJ 11 665,598 66.87% 4.32% 2.77% 3.19% 0.10% 1.94% 7.32% 0.87% 0.10% 4.35% 8.16% NJ 12 702,139 65.29% 4.49% 3.04% 4.28% 0.11% 2.51% 6.95% 0.92% 0.09% 4.37% 7.95% NJ 13 685,600 39.51% 3.52% 3.71% 16.91% 0.13% 1.93% 2.71% 2.62% 0.13% 2.55% 26.28% New Jersey Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,057,455 60.52% 4.15% 0.25% 23.38% 0.31% 2.34% 0.03% 0.20% 0.01% 2.82% 6.00% Age 1864 5,483,966 62.96% 5.05% 0.85% 6.37% 0.38% 2.68% 0.51% 0.88% 0.06% 1.93% 18.34% Age 65+ 1,152,120 2.52% 0.27% 22.81% 0.00% 0.03% 0.16% 45.27% 6.58% 0.81% 19.68% 1.88% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-52 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-32. New Mexico: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts New Mexico Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 2,032,699 35.92% 4.37% NM 1 706,035 41.02% NM 2 648,088 NM 3 678,576 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.13% 17.43% 2.14% 1.64% 5.17% 2.08% 0.42% 7.09% 19.61% 4.41% 3.76% 16.30% 2.13% 1.44% 4.61% 1.65% 0.35% 6.74% 17.59% 29.99% 4.04% 4.38% 19.58% 2.37% 2.13% 5.42% 2.51% 0.48% 8.66% 20.43% 36.27% 4.66% 4.28% 16.53% 1.94% 1.39% 5.53% 2.11% 0.43% 5.93% 20.92% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 517,658 33.10% 2.97% 0.25% 43.78% 2.29% 1.23% 0.04% 0.24% 0.01% 5.87% 10.22% Age 1864 1,245,292 44.50% 5.83% 1.20% 10.25% 2.54% 2.16% 0.57% 1.22% 0.25% 4.03% 27.47% Age 65+ 269,749 1.70% 0.35% 25.13% 0.00% 0.03% 0.07% 36.27% 9.56% 2.00% 23.54% 1.34% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-33. New York: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only New York 19,134,281 47.85% 4.42% NY 1 702,102 57.00% NY 2 676,674 NY 3 NY 4 NY 5 Medicaid Only TRICARE Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.51% 15.69% 0.44% 2.45% 5.84% 2.50% 0.24% 5.15% 11.90% 4.87% 3.36% 6.33% 0.35% 4.49% 7.54% 0.90% 0.31% 5.01% 9.84% 56.75% 5.06% 3.34% 8.35% 0.34% 2.66% 6.39% 1.25% 0.24% 4.63% 10.99% 637,792 62.54% 5.71% 3.73% 4.00% 0.09% 2.19% 7.62% 1.09% 0.19% 4.72% 8.11% 663,635 52.80% 5.93% 3.55% 7.48% 0.16% 3.12% 7.29% 1.52% 0.19% 4.44% 13.51% 666,771 34.64% 5.00% 4.12% 16.78% 0.05% 8.34% 5.54% 3.05% 0.07% 4.55% 17.86% NY 6 669,899 40.34% 3.85% 3.44% 21.86% 0.34% 2.05% 3.72% 2.97% 0.18% 4.50% 16.75% NY 7 627,398 33.01% 2.44% 4.45% 22.29% 0.29% 6.94% 3.75% 3.38% 0.18% 4.61% 18.66% NY 8 680,291 47.42% 6.75% 4.07% 18.12% 0.12% 1.38% 4.77% 3.53% 0.13% 3.76% 9.96% NY 9 644,872 49.73% 3.83% 5.40% 15.39% 0.30% 1.29% 5.50% 3.52% 0.16% 3.56% 11.31% NY 10 685,714 39.15% 4.49% 3.33% 29.01% 0.18% 1.09% 2.81% 3.78% 0.14% 3.29% 12.71% NY 11 639,865 40.29% 5.09% 2.83% 24.65% 0.15% 2.19% 2.54% 3.27% 0.19% 3.32% 15.48% NY 12 681,238 31.31% 4.33% 3.36% 29.08% 0.18% 0.73% 1.76% 4.02% 0.12% 3.93% 21.17% NY 13 681,555 53.33% 4.10% 5.36% 13.95% 0.33% 1.56% 5.49% 2.35% 0.20% 4.15% 9.18% NY 14 629,457 57.24% 6.23% 4.42% 8.41% 0.20% 2.01% 6.03% 2.00% 0.07% 3.53% 9.86% NY 15 655,747 37.02% 4.86% 3.82% 24.32% 0.21% 1.42% 2.62% 5.11% 0.22% 5.14% 15.26% NY 16 698,051 20.98% 1.76% 2.48% 44.75% 0.19% 0.78% 1.06% 5.11% 0.09% 5.65% 17.15% NY 17 670,923 45.96% 3.71% 3.65% 19.15% 0.46% 1.81% 4.99% 2.58% 0.08% 4.46% 13.15% NY 18 668,903 55.56% 5.64% 3.99% 6.84% 0.14% 4.21% 7.00% 0.99% 0.13% 4.46% 11.05% NY 19 670,747 60.93% 4.13% 2.87% 6.89% 0.50% 2.26% 6.57% 1.31% 0.26% 5.23% 9.05% NY 20 668,213 56.64% 4.60% 2.83% 7.87% 0.92% 1.65% 8.38% 1.55% 0.43% 5.86% 9.27% NY 21 668,500 50.38% 5.28% 2.97% 13.86% 0.50% 1.57% 7.17% 2.14% 0.27% 6.02% 9.82% CRS-54 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only NY 22 666,340 46.70% 5.02% NY 23 637,360 46.82% NY 24 638,373 NY 25 NY 26 NY 27 Medicaid Only TRICARE Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.51% 14.60% 0.59% 2.73% 7.41% 2.62% 0.38% 5.02% 11.42% 3.58% 3.04% 12.95% 3.25% 2.26% 6.73% 2.19% 0.50% 8.19% 10.48% 49.86% 3.10% 3.52% 13.51% 0.55% 1.99% 7.89% 2.68% 0.39% 7.34% 9.17% 661,888 55.47% 3.63% 2.79% 10.40% 0.38% 1.77% 7.75% 1.57% 0.40% 6.90% 8.93% 660,756 58.90% 3.88% 2.68% 8.64% 0.50% 1.44% 8.53% 1.44% 0.39% 6.98% 6.62% 623,196 49.99% 3.36% 3.51% 14.37% 0.58% 2.20% 8.16% 2.09% 0.35% 6.58% 8.80% NY 28 601,191 42.54% 3.67% 2.59% 20.24% 0.53% 3.15% 6.62% 3.00% 0.24% 7.55% 9.87% NY 29 656,830 55.24% 4.28% 2.88% 9.36% 0.57% 1.99% 8.29% 1.51% 0.38% 6.37% 9.13% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 4,301,661 50.04% 4.74% 0.15% 32.48% 0.56% 2.48% 0.01% 0.17% 0.01% 4.52% 4.85% Age 1864 12,307,934 56.37% 5.15% 0.81% 13.04% 0.48% 2.91% 0.56% 1.26% 0.12% 2.72% 16.59% Age 65+ 2,524,686 2.60% 0.36% 22.42% 0.00% 0.05% 0.17% 41.52% 12.54% 1.19% 18.07% 1.09% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-34. North Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts North Carolina Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 9,360,661 42.33% 6.02% NC 1 619,569 29.53% NC 2 706,566 NC 3 NC 4 NC 5 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.93% 12.77% 2.54% 1.76% 5.73% 1.81% 0.36% 5.99% 16.77% 3.25% 4.49% 21.17% 2.99% 2.68% 5.99% 3.73% 0.38% 7.39% 18.41% 38.00% 5.17% 3.45% 13.54% 6.42% 1.78% 4.59% 1.89% 0.34% 7.23% 17.59% 692,521 37.05% 5.39% 3.08% 10.20% 9.25% 2.74% 6.32% 1.50% 0.22% 8.49% 15.76% 824,862 57.41% 7.88% 2.14% 7.76% 0.76% 1.67% 4.54% 0.85% 0.15% 4.17% 12.67% 690,734 44.67% 6.97% 4.61% 10.87% 0.87% 1.93% 7.05% 1.67% 0.37% 5.78% 15.21% NC 6 708,440 45.56% 6.41% 5.14% 10.04% 1.46% 1.58% 6.75% 1.45% 0.42% 5.49% 15.70% NC 7 726,298 34.42% 6.33% 4.24% 16.34% 2.59% 1.19% 6.19% 2.38% 0.38% 7.09% 18.85% NC 8 688,243 38.73% 4.66% 3.45% 14.63% 4.88% 1.36% 4.79% 2.01% 0.38% 6.84% 18.27% NC 9 849,807 54.32% 6.70% 2.84% 8.44% 1.07% 1.71% 4.93% 1.03% 0.20% 4.70% 14.07% NC 10 680,386 43.64% 6.22% 5.37% 12.51% 0.88% 1.14% 6.14% 1.92% 0.61% 5.56% 16.00% NC 11 696,221 35.20% 7.34% 5.71% 12.90% 1.14% 1.50% 8.67% 2.40% 0.65% 6.61% 17.88% NC 12 726,417 40.52% 4.60% 3.81% 18.10% 0.68% 1.53% 4.10% 1.74% 0.35% 4.27% 20.31% NC 13 750,597 44.58% 6.53% 3.38% 11.95% 0.93% 2.18% 5.00% 1.57% 0.26% 5.19% 18.44% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,280,649 41.45% 5.80% 0.23% 35.88% 3.98% 1.33% 0.03% 0.14% 0.01% 3.41% 7.75% Age 1864 5,881,141 51.07% 7.29% 1.43% 6.41% 2.48% 2.28% 0.76% 1.33% 0.20% 3.19% 23.57% Age 65+ 1,198,871 1.09% 0.22% 23.19% 0.00% 0.08% 0.03% 40.97% 7.37% 1.80% 24.66% 0.59% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-56 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-35. North Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only North Dakota 660,611 52.28% 8.39% ND – at large 660,611 52.28% 8.39% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.78% 5.71% 2.10% 2.78% 7.63% 1.14% 0.40% 7.02% 9.77% 2.78% 5.71% 2.10% 2.78% 7.63% 1.14% 0.40% 7.02% 9.77% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 150,108 59.30% 6.71% 0.10% 14.91% 2.89% 3.10% 0.18% 0.20% 0.00% 6.13% 6.46% Age 1864 418,542 60.97% 10.79% 0.71% 3.67% 2.26% 3.27% 0.69% 0.76% 0.12% 3.72% 13.05% Age 65 + 91,961 1.28% 0.19% 16.58% 0.00% 0.07% 0.00% 51.40% 4.41% 2.34% 23.51% 0.22% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-36. Ohio: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only Ohio 11,358,640 50.52% 4.05% 3.92% OH 1 587,982 47.86% 4.03% OH 2 665,171 57.35% OH 3 627,726 OH 4 TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 12.24% 0.85% 1.82% 6.84% 1.48% 0.35% 5.62% 12.32% 4.33% 16.13% 0.83% 1.26% 5.86% 1.50% 0.36% 4.18% 13.67% 4.65% 4.21% 8.07% 0.73% 1.11% 6.32% 1.26% 0.38% 5.14% 10.79% 50.22% 3.90% 4.50% 11.36% 1.01% 1.74% 7.04% 1.55% 0.57% 6.18% 11.93% 613,182 49.14% 3.82% 3.82% 11.77% 0.76% 1.73% 7.15% 1.60% 0.40% 7.01% 12.78% OH 5 615,205 53.73% 4.05% 3.64% 10.56% 0.47% 1.82% 7.78% 1.07% 0.26% 6.03% 10.58% OH 6 610,644 46.98% 4.02% 4.66% 13.27% 0.95% 1.28% 8.10% 1.63% 0.48% 6.85% 11.77% OH 7 658,863 46.64% 3.19% 3.55% 12.85% 2.03% 3.25% 6.34% 1.27% 0.29% 7.60% 12.98% OH 8 659,087 53.50% 3.66% 3.79% 10.95% 1.01% 1.88% 6.76% 1.13% 0.29% 5.70% 11.33% OH 9 609,635 48.57% 3.83% 3.40% 12.93% 0.55% 1.70% 7.25% 1.78% 0.18% 6.52% 13.29% OH 10 591,630 52.35% 3.22% 4.35% 12.36% 0.42% 1.48% 6.83% 1.66% 0.27% 4.61% 12.45% OH 11 536,184 39.61% 3.66% 4.22% 19.49% 1.06% 2.34% 6.47% 2.95% 0.49% 5.73% 13.99% OH 12 758,105 56.72% 5.08% 2.88% 12.36% 0.66% 1.37% 5.21% 1.30% 0.13% 3.85% 10.43% OH 13 630,635 51.41% 4.51% 4.03% 10.95% 0.65% 2.59% 7.48% 1.69% 0.27% 5.55% 10.86% OH 14 643,478 57.40% 5.15% 3.59% 7.12% 0.58% 1.76% 7.88% 1.15% 0.38% 5.19% 9.81% OH 15 671,288 55.78% 4.56% 2.50% 11.60% 0.83% 1.51% 5.00% 1.22% 0.18% 3.75% 13.08% OH 16 643,378 49.84% 3.76% 3.75% 11.11% 0.89% 2.49% 7.77% 1.16% 0.40% 5.75% 13.07% OH 17 592,116 46.00% 3.75% 5.27% 14.79% 0.89% 2.16% 7.12% 1.65% 0.57% 5.44% 12.36% OH 18 644,331 42.22% 3.63% 4.52% 14.43% 1.02% 1.38% 7.16% 1.48% 0.49% 6.45% 17.20% 0.03% 0.23% 0.01% 4.66% 5.96% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 CRS-58 2,715,122 53.88% 3.05% 0.14% 29.75% 0.70% 1.61% Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only Age 1864 7,082,834 60.05% 5.29% 1.23% Age 65+ 1,560,684 1.38% 0.13% 22.70% TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 8.22% 1.08% 2.29% 0.65% 1.16% 0.18% 2.49% 17.36% 0.00% 0.10% 0.06% 46.77% 5.16% 1.73% 21.50% 0.48% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-37. Oklahoma: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Oklahoma Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 3,677,206 41.09% 4.97% OK 1 751,199 45.71% OK 2 710,650 OK 3 OK 4 OK 5 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.81% 12.70% 2.20% 1.61% 6.12% 1.69% 0.55% 6.40% 18.86% 5.33% 3.53% 12.00% 0.91% 1.44% 6.26% 1.03% 0.37% 4.92% 18.51% 33.96% 3.70% 5.28% 15.43% 1.92% 1.71% 6.53% 2.73% 0.96% 6.50% 21.28% 709,969 41.02% 5.62% 3.96% 11.19% 1.84% 2.07% 7.17% 1.60% 0.43% 6.44% 18.67% 756,052 42.19% 5.26% 2.95% 11.05% 4.45% 1.75% 5.81% 1.49% 0.56% 8.32% 16.19% 749,336 42.17% 4.94% 3.43% 13.92% 1.80% 1.10% 4.89% 1.64% 0.47% 5.84% 19.80% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 Age 18-64 Age 65+ 929,349 38.82% 5.44% 0.36% 37.48% 2.74% 1.17% 0.03% 0.12% 0.01% 3.87% 9.96% 2,256,812 50.70% 5.83% 1.34% 5.27% 2.42% 2.11% 0.82% 1.25% 0.32% 3.44% 26.50% 491,045 1.21% 0.15% 21.68% 0.00% 0.16% 0.13% 41.96% 6.65% 2.65% 24.82% 0.59% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-60 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-38. Oregon: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Oregon 3,799,107 45.29% 6.64% OR 1 796,412 53.69% OR 2 758,049 OR 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.36% 10.23% 1.05% 1.45% 6.73% 1.43% 0.56% 6.11% 17.15% 6.57% 2.64% 7.47% 0.56% 1.57% 5.86% 0.92% 0.40% 4.89% 15.42% 37.15% 6.70% 4.32% 11.46% 1.45% 1.68% 7.70% 1.73% 0.62% 7.63% 19.55% 758,741 47.91% 7.31% 2.99% 10.67% 0.76% 1.17% 4.94% 1.30% 0.40% 4.72% 17.86% OR 4 738,143 39.59% 5.88% 3.90% 11.32% 1.62% 1.32% 7.99% 1.79% 1.08% 7.52% 18.01% OR 5 747,762 47.59% 6.76% 2.99% 10.43% 0.92% 1.49% 7.25% 1.43% 0.30% 5.87% 14.99% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 865,362 49.05% 7.13% 0.29% 28.33% 0.89% 1.19% 0.03% 0.15% 0.01% 4.18% 8.75% Age 18-64 2,408,752 53.52% 7.87% 0.94% 5.96% 1.32% 1.85% 0.63% 1.08% 0.31% 2.76% 23.75% Age 65+ 524,993 1.38% 0.23% 19.51% 0.00% 0.09% 0.04% 45.73% 5.10% 2.60% 24.62% 0.71% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-39. Pennsylvania: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts PA Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 12,506,000 51.17% 5.12% PA 1 648,087 33.00% PA 2 627,312 PA 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.38% 11.35% 0.57% 1.70% 7.84% 1.71% 0.32% 6.67% 10.16% 3.34% 3.78% 27.94% 0.50% 1.41% 3.53% 3.50% 0.26% 6.45% 16.30% 42.56% 5.84% 3.63% 18.37% 0.48% 1.98% 4.77% 2.95% 0.47% 5.96% 12.99% 627,487 48.44% 4.12% 3.45% 12.52% 0.70% 1.36% 8.21% 2.07% 0.62% 8.13% 10.38% PA 4 638,454 55.94% 5.79% 3.31% 7.70% 0.56% 1.75% 9.37% 1.26% 0.28% 7.17% 6.87% PA 5 634,318 48.02% 4.80% 3.62% 11.96% 0.74% 1.76% 8.04% 1.98% 0.50% 7.73% 10.86% PA 6 711,622 61.05% 5.33% 2.90% 7.21% 0.49% 1.68% 6.91% 0.98% 0.20% 5.24% 8.02% PA 7 661,105 60.48% 6.66% 2.89% 6.00% 0.28% 1.88% 7.73% 1.02% 0.18% 5.62% 7.25% PA 8 661,531 60.72% 7.18% 2.90% 4.84% 0.26% 2.27% 8.38% 1.15% 0.14% 5.45% 6.70% PA 9 663,840 46.61% 4.89% 3.67% 11.34% 1.05% 1.63% 8.34% 1.81% 0.42% 7.68% 12.57% PA 10 650,525 47.73% 5.53% 3.90% 10.68% 0.86% 1.61% 8.96% 2.12% 0.38% 7.31% 10.91% PA 11 677,318 46.29% 4.67% 3.70% 12.38% 0.52% 2.95% 8.13% 2.06% 0.42% 7.31% 11.56% PA 12 602,946 44.76% 4.19% 3.63% 14.40% 0.76% 1.33% 10.02% 2.08% 0.40% 8.76% 9.67% PA 13 675,137 54.16% 5.62% 3.82% 9.83% 0.35% 1.24% 7.60% 1.52% 0.18% 5.14% 10.53% PA 14 572,881 45.93% 4.95% 3.35% 15.04% 0.58% 1.47% 8.22% 2.48% 0.27% 6.92% 10.79% PA 15 707,548 54.68% 4.32% 3.37% 10.83% 0.36% 1.31% 7.94% 1.24% 0.34% 6.06% 9.55% PA 16 726,800 50.43% 5.47% 3.32% 11.18% 0.37% 1.42% 7.03% 1.10% 0.27% 5.71% 13.70% PA 17 662,045 52.53% 3.93% 3.10% 10.99% 0.67% 1.57% 7.85% 1.60% 0.29% 7.59% 9.88% PA 18 639,631 57.38% 6.24% 3.03% 6.28% 0.48% 2.02% 10.33% 0.96% 0.30% 6.70% 6.28% PA 19 717,413 58.09% 4.39% 3.03% 7.98% 0.89% 1.67% 7.99% 1.08% 0.15% 6.33% 8.40% CRS-62 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance Coverage by Age Under Age 18 2,778,233 53.65% 4.31% 0.07% 28.67% 0.48% 1.38% 0.05% 0.12% 0.00% 6.07% 5.19% Age 1864 7,841,082 62.21% 6.57% 0.90% 7.94% 0.74% 2.21% 0.74% 1.31% 0.16% 2.95% 14.27% Age 65+ 1,886,685 1.64% 0.29% 18.59% 0.00% 0.01% 0.07% 48.84% 5.72% 1.41% 22.99% 0.43% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-40. Rhode Island: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,036,743 49.96% 5.07% RI 1 504,403 49.13% RI 2 532,340 50.75% Rhode Island Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.06% 10.45% 1.13% 1.64% 5.82% 2.47% 0.32% 6.90% 12.17% 6.20% 4.29% 10.50% 1.65% 1.75% 6.28% 2.34% 0.27% 6.60% 11.00% 4.01% 3.83% 10.40% 0.65% 1.54% 5.39% 2.60% 0.37% 7.19% 13.28% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 223,970 55.66% 3.76% 0.42% 25.84% 1.60% 0.87% 0.02% 0.15% 0.00% 6.10% 5.58% Age 1864 668,429 58.50% 6.49% 0.75% 7.54% 1.21% 2.23% 0.33% 2.25% 0.14% 3.74% 16.82% Age 65+ 144,344 1.58% 0.54% 25.03% 0.00% 0.04% 0.11% 40.25% 7.10% 1.67% 22.80% 0.88% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-41. South Carolina: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts South Carolina Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 4,536,835 42.00% 4.36% SC 1 853,291 40.57% SC 2 785,038 SC 3 SC 4 SC 5 SC 6 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.14% 12.49% 2.47% 1.67% 5.67% 2.11% 0.43% 7.12% 17.53% 5.83% 3.01% 10.27% 3.67% 1.83% 5.68% 1.42% 0.42% 9.00% 18.29% 45.54% 4.62% 3.28% 9.86% 3.97% 2.08% 5.33% 1.33% 0.42% 7.87% 15.70% 715,528 43.59% 3.55% 4.96% 12.57% 1.29% 1.55% 6.86% 2.09% 0.40% 7.04% 16.10% 759,494 45.77% 4.55% 4.56% 11.01% 0.97% 1.25% 6.07% 1.79% 0.31% 5.64% 18.08% 755,503 42.42% 3.67% 4.46% 14.01% 2.14% 1.19% 5.73% 2.33% 0.46% 6.41% 17.18% 667,981 33.20% 3.61% 4.89% 18.27% 2.51% 2.16% 4.28% 4.05% 0.58% 6.43% 20.01% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,078,477 42.01% 4.14% 0.22% 35.09% 3.41% 1.46% 0.01% 0.20% 0.02% 3.99% 9.44% Age 1864 2,841,495 50.89% 5.38% 1.55% 6.62% 2.64% 2.11% 0.79% 1.69% 0.21% 3.85% 24.28% Age 65+ 616,863 1.04% 0.04% 22.96% 0.00% 0.03% 0.04% 38.09% 7.38% 2.16% 27.69% 0.58% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-42. South Dakota: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only South Dakota 798,141 45.57% 9.16% SD – at large 798,141 45.57% 9.16% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.94% 8.28% 2.44% 2.39% 7.00% 1.54% 0.58% 7.70% 12.39% 2.94% 8.28% 2.44% 2.39% 7.00% 1.54% 0.58% 7.70% 12.39% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 200,893 47.84% 8.36% 0.15% 23.68% 2.91% 1.98% 0.00% 0.17% 0.00% 6.60% 8.31% Age 1864 485,843 54.93% 11.56% 0.79% 3.80% 2.78% 3.09% 0.54% 1.31% 0.12% 4.21% 16.86% Age 65+ 111,405 0.66% 0.11% 17.40% 0.00% 0.11% 0.08% 47.79% 5.00% 3.65% 24.95% 0.24% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-66 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-43.Tennessee: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Tennessee Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 6,259,546 44.17% 5.24% TN 1 674,947 39.32% TN 2 719,786 TN 3 TN 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.29% 13.64% 1.73% 1.56% 5.77% 2.34% 0.40% 6.52% 14.36% 4.66% 5.05% 15.23% 1.28% 1.51% 7.69% 2.70% 0.66% 7.39% 14.52% 48.07% 5.60% 3.94% 10.89% 0.99% 1.85% 7.24% 1.95% 0.24% 6.88% 12.33% 686,200 44.07% 4.71% 4.47% 14.98% 1.07% 1.44% 6.40% 2.94% 0.42% 5.91% 13.60% 682,351 40.05% 4.75% 4.87% 16.11% 1.19% 1.24% 7.44% 3.01% 0.46% 7.04% 13.84% TN 5 691,951 44.58% 6.25% 3.60% 13.57% 0.97% 1.89% 4.59% 1.66% 0.35% 5.03% 17.50% TN 6 784,004 47.30% 5.55% 4.09% 13.19% 1.13% 1.22% 4.33% 2.16% 0.43% 5.70% 14.90% TN 7 772,374 51.57% 7.39% 3.23% 7.66% 5.20% 1.69% 4.74% 1.27% 0.25% 7.53% 9.46% TN 8 642,432 40.88% 4.17% 4.43% 15.05% 2.40% 1.74% 6.05% 2.32% 0.48% 7.53% 14.93% TN 9 605,501 39.17% 3.46% 5.22% 17.59% 0.97% 1.44% 3.55% 3.36% 0.31% 5.60% 19.34% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,493,097 46.25% 5.09% 0.70% 34.19% 2.03% 1.19% 0.05% 0.51% 0.02% 4.65% 5.31% Age 18-64 3,933,031 52.49% 6.37% 1.56% 8.72% 1.95% 2.02% 0.71% 1.79% 0.25% 3.45% 20.69% 833,418 1.12% 0.20% 23.59% 0.00% 0.13% 0.05% 39.89% 8.23% 1.78% 24.36% 0.66% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-44.Texas: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Texas 24,779,450 41.51% 4.29% TX 1 707,261 38.52% TX 2 766,496 TX 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.26% 13.02% 1.65% 1.81% 3.81% 1.75% 0.32% 4.86% 23.71% 4.52% 4.48% 11.94% 0.92% 1.98% 6.32% 2.19% 0.50% 5.18% 23.44% 44.89% 3.80% 3.30% 11.64% 0.96% 2.26% 4.32% 1.35% 0.30% 4.63% 22.55% 850,114 54.67% 6.27% 2.37% 6.96% 0.59% 1.21% 2.86% 0.66% 0.15% 3.27% 21.00% TX 4 842,068 46.31% 4.59% 3.82% 9.40% 1.07% 1.65% 5.71% 1.44% 0.48% 5.75% 19.79% TX 5 706,078 42.82% 4.01% 3.94% 12.29% 0.80% 1.27% 5.51% 1.43% 0.43% 5.02% 22.49% TX 6 810,120 46.34% 4.32% 3.33% 11.70% 1.06% 1.87% 3.69% 1.23% 0.39% 4.65% 21.43% TX 7 786,972 51.82% 6.50% 2.74% 6.87% 0.45% 2.55% 4.50% 0.67% 0.18% 3.55% 20.18% TX 8 813,836 45.53% 4.82% 4.45% 10.72% 1.19% 1.81% 5.48% 1.26% 0.49% 4.47% 19.78% TX 9 725,355 30.48% 2.27% 3.01% 18.16% 0.60% 1.87% 1.70% 2.46% 0.22% 2.71% 36.51% TX 10 966,019 53.02% 5.08% 2.55% 8.81% 0.67% 1.61% 3.22% 1.33% 0.17% 4.03% 19.52% TX 11 687,415 36.75% 4.61% 3.77% 11.71% 1.76% 2.00% 6.30% 2.35% 0.51% 6.07% 24.17% TX 12 831,427 45.30% 4.32% 3.25% 11.96% 1.25% 1.72% 3.25% 1.26% 0.37% 4.54% 22.77% TX 13 646,401 39.74% 4.07% 4.12% 11.48% 2.26% 1.65% 5.77% 1.90% 0.60% 6.30% 22.11% TX 14 763,034 49.59% 4.12% 3.42% 9.96% 0.92% 1.73% 4.89% 1.08% 0.49% 4.07% 19.73% TX 15 760,143 26.75% 3.23% 3.32% 22.12% 0.62% 1.40% 3.56% 3.95% 0.42% 3.82% 30.79% TX 16 745,658 27.86% 2.69% 4.45% 17.62% 5.36% 1.43% 1.78% 3.66% 0.14% 5.66% 29.35% TX 17 742,171 44.13% 5.82% 3.32% 12.59% 1.21% 1.88% 4.70% 1.37% 0.34% 5.40% 19.23% TX 18 708,828 29.70% 2.08% 3.72% 21.29% 0.72% 2.75% 2.26% 2.64% 0.35% 3.36% 31.14% TX 19 667,429 38.56% 5.88% 3.75% 12.54% 1.56% 2.02% 5.07% 2.03% 0.32% 6.70% 21.57% TX 20 689,979 29.96% 2.29% 2.89% 16.25% 2.97% 4.32% 2.32% 2.33% 0.32% 11.79% 24.58% TX 21 853,415 47.96% 6.51% 2.90% 7.53% 4.09% 1.86% 4.96% 0.70% 0.36% 8.29% 14.83% CRS-68 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only TX 22 916,011 54.44% 4.17% TX 23 829,215 36.57% TX 24 793,728 TX 25 TX 26 TX 27 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.51% 8.53% 0.70% 2.14% 3.74% 1.02% 0.18% 3.48% 19.09% 4.27% 3.35% 16.21% 2.93% 1.84% 2.90% 2.44% 0.33% 6.07% 23.08% 52.46% 5.38% 2.59% 8.61% 0.74% 2.21% 3.14% 1.07% 0.22% 3.46% 20.13% 802,471 45.12% 5.06% 2.41% 13.24% 1.08% 1.27% 3.70% 1.43% 0.29% 4.29% 22.11% 896,970 53.26% 5.60% 3.05% 9.23% 0.88% 1.62% 3.42% 0.75% 0.31% 3.67% 18.22% 735,009 29.11% 3.05% 3.99% 21.99% 2.02% 1.50% 3.12% 3.12% 0.32% 4.69% 27.10% TX 28 864,350 28.55% 2.54% 3.15% 20.97% 1.76% 0.92% 2.38% 3.19% 0.19% 3.54% 32.81% TX 29 682,444 25.13% 1.16% 2.97% 21.89% 0.31% 1.24% 2.07% 1.67% 0.19% 2.26% 41.12% TX 30 676,662 30.84% 2.90% 3.60% 18.40% 0.79% 1.93% 2.29% 3.00% 0.28% 3.43% 32.53% TX 31 863,265 44.35% 4.18% 1.91% 8.36% 9.45% 1.56% 3.72% 1.23% 0.41% 8.80% 16.02% TX 32 649,106 39.67% 5.59% 3.01% 12.72% 0.35% 1.05% 3.80% 0.95% 0.25% 3.06% 29.56% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 6,876,022 39.15% 3.94% 0.28% 35.58% 1.91% 1.41% 0.01% 0.22% 0.01% 3.00% 14.49% Age 1864 15,366,701 49.12% 5.10% 0.95% 5.08% 1.78% 2.27% 0.38% 1.09% 0.15% 2.67% 31.40% Age 65+ 2,536,727 1.83% 0.28% 25.35% 0.00% 0.14% 0.08% 34.89% 9.92% 2.24% 23.16% 2.11% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-45. Utah: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Utah 2,750,354 54.62% 6.45% UT 1 906,436 54.75% UT 2 880,383 UT 3 963,535 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.22% 8.15% 1.26% 1.56% 4.22% 0.91% 0.23% 5.04% 15.34% 5.77% 1.90% 8.31% 2.05% 1.58% 4.14% 0.94% 0.26% 5.74% 14.57% 54.00% 6.89% 2.99% 6.95% 0.95% 1.38% 5.35% 0.97% 0.30% 4.78% 15.44% 55.06% 6.69% 1.83% 9.09% 0.79% 1.72% 3.25% 0.83% 0.15% 4.60% 15.98% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 870,383 58.97% 6.81% 0.09% 17.24% 1.28% 1.22% 0.03% 0.11% 0.02% 3.34% 10.88% Age 1864 1,633,509 60.27% 7.21% 0.48% 4.53% 1.42% 1.97% 0.36% 0.74% 0.10% 2.98% 19.94% Age 65+ 246,462 1.77% 0.19% 21.31% 0.00% 0.11% 0.06% 44.55% 4.88% 1.86% 24.63% 0.63% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-46.Vermont: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Vermont 619,886 46.37% 5.04% VT - at large 619,886 46.37% 5.04% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.31% 17.69% 1.30% 1.21% 6.94% 2.57% 0.47% 7.05% 8.05% 3.31% 17.69% 1.30% 1.21% 6.94% 2.57% 0.47% 7.05% 8.05% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 129,661 44.26% 2.88% 0.44% 41.01% 1.37% 0.67% 0.02% 0.41% 0.02% 6.89% 2.03% Age 1864 402,516 56.78% 6.78% 0.88% 14.04% 1.53% 1.62% 0.52% 2.32% 0.25% 3.57% 11.71% Age 65+ 87,709 1.69% 0.27% 18.69% 0.00% 0.14% 0.12% 46.59% 6.93% 2.16% 23.28% 0.14% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-47. Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Virginia Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 7,807,416 49.85% 5.42% VA 1 753,536 50.51% VA 2 603,546 VA 3 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.28% 7.23% 4.23% 2.32% 5.64% 1.20% 0.26% 7.49% 13.07% 4.63% 2.77% 4.99% 7.61% 1.84% 6.03% 0.63% 0.14% 10.58% 10.25% 40.20% 4.66% 2.43% 5.31% 15.82% 1.73% 4.24% 0.76% 0.23% 11.64% 12.97% 650,212 38.72% 4.84% 3.47% 14.52% 6.36% 1.68% 4.32% 1.93% 0.26% 7.87% 16.03% VA 4 715,233 47.23% 4.36% 3.68% 8.03% 5.80% 2.02% 5.43% 0.96% 0.33% 9.43% 12.73% VA 5 664,743 44.23% 6.28% 5.29% 9.74% 1.15% 2.50% 8.16% 2.00% 0.55% 6.36% 13.73% VA 6 692,521 49.61% 5.89% 4.76% 8.07% 1.24% 1.75% 7.26% 1.45% 0.43% 6.23% 13.32% VA 7 749,548 56.79% 6.72% 3.00% 6.15% 1.19% 1.52% 6.43% 0.79% 0.18% 6.21% 11.03% VA 8 682,838 54.12% 5.08% 1.78% 4.07% 2.66% 6.09% 4.46% 0.72% 0.05% 6.20% 14.77% VA 9 641,921 42.29% 5.76% 6.11% 11.77% 1.00% 1.27% 8.61% 3.11% 0.65% 5.37% 14.06% VA 10 862,562 62.08% 6.12% 1.70% 4.24% 1.19% 2.71% 4.38% 0.54% 0.08% 5.18% 11.78% VA 11 790,756 55.61% 5.07% 1.85% 4.63% 4.40% 2.35% 3.32% 0.83% 0.06% 7.91% 13.96% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,849,665 52.70% 5.28% 0.27% 20.74% 6.56% 2.09% 0.23% 0.19% 0.12% 5.25% 6.56% Age 1864 5,002,902 57.93% 6.47% 1.29% 3.62% 4.16% 2.84% 0.76% 0.78% 0.13% 4.26% 17.77% Age 65+ 954,849 2.04% 0.19% 19.52% 0.00% 0.11% 0.06% 41.70% 5.40% 1.18% 28.76% 1.05% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-48. Washington: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Washington Population Employerprovided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military V Employer provided and direct purchase Employerprovided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 6,638,081 47.43% 5.95% 2.78% 11.44% 2.14% 1.71% 5.64% 1.51% 0.33% 6.82% 14.24% WA 1 736,675 56.05% 7.55% 2.15% 6.08% 2.39% 1.97% 5.15% 1.06% 0.10% 6.32% 11.17% WA 2 747,614 45.52% 6.90% 3.44% 10.48% 2.77% 1.32% 6.51% 1.47% 0.21% 7.67% 13.74% WA 3 778,040 46.26% 5.53% 3.02% 13.21% 1.61% 1.31% 6.49% 1.47% 0.55% 7.06% 13.48% WA 4 771,939 37.40% 4.43% 3.11% 18.11% 0.59% 1.95% 5.30% 1.33% 0.31% 6.11% 21.35% WA 5 712,395 43.18% 5.31% 3.21% 13.74% 1.40% 2.05% 6.75% 1.70% 0.60% 7.30% 14.76% WA 6 685,057 39.01% 5.79% 3.48% 13.00% 3.43% 1.50% 6.60% 2.11% 0.52% 9.12% 15.45% WA 7 700,644 54.40% 8.60% 2.20% 8.32% 0.56% 1.87% 4.48% 2.04% 0.15% 3.79% 13.59% WA 8 811,294 59.92% 6.04% 1.94% 7.00% 1.60% 1.87% 4.61% 1.07% 0.18% 5.53% 10.24% WA 9 694,423 43.89% 3.39% 2.54% 13.24% 5.28% 1.52% 4.93% 1.43% 0.35% 8.80% 14.63% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,582,936 47.13% 5.22% 0.12% 31.15% 3.15% 1.32% 0.01% 0.14% 0.03% 5.31% 6.42% Age 18-64 4,245,070 56.26% 7.27% 0.69% 6.28% 2.17% 2.16% 0.48% 1.08% 0.21% 3.66% 19.74% 810,075 1.79% 0.40% 18.95% 0.00% 0.05% 0.08% 43.68% 6.39% 1.52% 26.38% 0.74% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-49. West Virginia: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts West Virginia Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 1,823,372 42.82% 2.84% WV 1 608,645 45.58% WV 2 636,381 WV 3 578,346 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 4.60% 13.36% 1.12% 2.38% 7.88% 2.60% 0.79% 7.01% 14.60% 3.38% 3.91% 11.82% 0.89% 1.72% 8.01% 2.60% 0.60% 7.44% 14.05% 46.61% 2.82% 4.38% 11.75% 1.27% 1.54% 7.31% 2.26% 0.61% 7.07% 14.39% 35.76% 2.29% 5.56% 16.75% 1.20% 4.01% 8.37% 2.97% 1.19% 6.49% 15.40% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 385,274 46.26% 2.59% 0.37% 37.80% 0.94% 2.39% 0.01% 0.26% 0.02% 4.82% 4.55% Age 1864 1,148,249 52.26% 3.58% 1.92% 8.53% 1.44% 2.96% 1.43% 2.27% 0.40% 3.66% 21.55% Age 65+ 289,849 0.89% 0.24% 20.81% 0.00% 0.12% 0.07% 43.91% 7.01% 3.36% 23.19% 0.41% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-74 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-50. Wisconsin: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Wisconsin Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only 5,613,402 53.22% 4.70% WI 1 717,921 54.20% WI 2 741,399 WI 3 WI 4 Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 3.05% 12.54% 0.66% 1.48% 6.80% 1.52% 0.37% 6.24% 9.43% 4.29% 3.18% 10.97% 0.50% 1.57% 6.76% 1.59% 0.29% 6.79% 9.87% 59.32% 5.13% 1.88% 9.70% 0.47% 1.78% 6.21% 1.02% 0.25% 6.12% 8.12% 720,622 52.83% 5.54% 2.80% 11.25% 0.87% 1.53% 7.00% 1.34% 0.46% 6.44% 9.94% 667,602 39.89% 2.58% 2.68% 26.74% 0.58% 0.80% 3.96% 2.64% 0.37% 4.15% 15.63% WI 5 703,405 63.87% 5.28% 3.46% 5.44% 0.52% 1.52% 7.54% 1.04% 0.16% 5.24% 5.94% WI 6 684,033 55.42% 4.25% 3.09% 10.80% 0.72% 1.54% 7.79% 1.25% 0.39% 7.01% 7.73% WI 7 680,262 46.15% 5.32% 3.34% 14.69% 0.85% 1.56% 8.42% 1.99% 0.53% 7.47% 9.68% WI 8 698,158 52.90% 5.06% 4.04% 11.69% 0.80% 1.50% 6.65% 1.36% 0.51% 6.64% 8.84% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 1,334,158 56.80% 3.72% 0.10% 27.35% 0.38% 1.19% 0.03% 0.28% 0.01% 5.12% 5.03% Age 18-64 3,530,109 62.91% 6.02% 0.61% 9.60% 0.89% 1.90% 0.51% 1.26% 0.21% 3.05% 13.03% 749,135 1.19% 0.19% 19.83% 0.00% 0.07% 0.04% 48.47% 4.92% 1.75% 23.26% 0.28% Age 65+ Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-75 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Table A-51. Wyoming: Health Insurance Coverage, 2010 By State, Congressional District, and Age State & Congressional Districts Population Employer provided health insurance Direct purchase health insurance Medicare Only Wyoming 555,010 49.41% 5.67% WY – at large 555,010 49.41% 5.67% Medicaid Only TRICARE/ Military, VA Employer provided and direct purchase Employer provided and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid Other public combinations Two or more other combinations No Insurance 2.89% 9.42% 2.42% 1.63% 5.80% 0.92% 0.42% 6.51% 14.93% 2.89% 9.42% 2.42% 1.63% 5.80% 0.92% 0.42% 6.51% 14.93% Coverage by Age Under Age 18 136,229 51.59% 3.73% 0.01% 28.87% 3.41% 0.70% 0.02% 0.03% 0.00% 3.73% 7.90% Age 18-64 350,985 57.68% 7.53% 0.81% 3.70% 2.42% 2.30% 0.34% 0.81% 0.16% 3.86% 20.40% Age 65+ 67,796 2.16% 0.00% 19.42% 0.00% 0.39% 0.00% 45.67% 3.25% 2.60% 25.81% 0.69% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 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-76 Health Insurance Coverage by State and Congressional District, 2010 Author Contact Information (name redacted) Analyst in Health Care Financing [redacted]@crs.loc.gov, 7-.... Acknowledgments (name redacted) originally authored this report, but he no longer works at CRS. Congressional Research Service 77 EveryCRSReport.com The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is a federal legislative branch agency, housed inside the Library of Congress, charged with providing the United States Congress non-partisan advice on issues that may come before Congress. EveryCRSReport.com republishes CRS reports that are available to all Congressional staff. 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