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Uninsured Rates for All People by Household Income: 1987 to 2009 | by US Census Bureau
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Uninsured Rates for All People by Household Income: 1987 to 2009

According to the US Census Bureau's Income, Poverty and Health Insurance: 2009 report, the uninsured rate is higher among people with lower incomes.

 

In 2009, 26.6 percent of people in households with annual incomes less than $25,000 had no health insurance coverage. In 2009, the uninsured rates decreased as household income increased—21.4 percent of people

in households with incomes ranging from $25,000 to $49,999 were uninsured; 16.0 percent of people in households with incomes ranging from $50,000 to $74,999 were uninsured; and 9.1 percent of people in households with incomes of $75,000 or more were uninsured.

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Uploaded on September 16, 2010