U.S. Health Care: States with lowest and highest uninsured rates
INQUIRER.NET U.S. Bureau
October 12, 2020 at 10:43 am

With the national rate of people without health insurance on the rise in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2020’s Uninsured Rates by City, as well as accompanying videos and by State, as well as accompanying videos.

WalletHub compared the rates for 548 U.S. cities and the 50 states, in addition to a breakdown by age, race/ethnicity and income level. The following are some highlights from the reports:

States with Lowest Uninsured Rates States with Highest Uninsured Rates
1. Massachusetts (2.99%) 41. North Carolina (11.26%)
2. Rhode Island (4.09%) 42. Arizona (11.28%)
3. Hawaii (4.16%) 43. Nevada (11.42%)
4. Vermont (4.49%) 44. Alaska (12.21%)
5. Minnesota (4.88%) 45. Wyoming (12.31%)
6. Iowa (5.01%) 46. Mississippi (12.97%)
7. New York (5.24%) 47. Florida (13.16%)
8. Wisconsin (5.71%) 48. Georgia (13.41%)
9. Pennsylvania (5.77%) 49. Oklahoma (14.28%)
10. Michigan (5.78%) 50. Texas (18.36%)

Full List: https://wallethub.com/edu/uninsured-rates-by-state/4800/

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Cities with Lowest Uninsured Rates Cities with Highest Uninsured Rates
1. Newton, MA (1.26%) 539. Houston, TX (25.24%)
2. Cambridge, MA (1.37%) 540. Passaic, NJ (26.04%)
3. Quincy, MA (1.47%) 541. McAllen, TX (26.51%)
4. Plymouth, MN (1.71%) 542. Garland, TX (26.60%)
5. Fremont, CA (1.74%) 543. Pasadena, TX (28.31%)
6. Ellicott City, MD (1.84%) 544. Laredo, TX (28.62%)
7. Union City, CA (1.92%) 545. Edinburg, TX (30.37%)
8. Alameda, CA (2.09%) 546. Mission, TX (30.57%)
9. Naperville, IL (2.20%) 547. Brownsville, TX (32.90%)
10. Pleasanton, CA (2.28%) 548. Pharr, TX (34.49%)

Full Listhttps://wallethub.com/edu/uninsured-rates-by-city/25030/

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