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Insured Rate Varies Nation-Wide

People who live in the northeastern U.S. or in the midwest are far more likely to have health insurance than those who live elsewhere in the country.

This is according to a new report released last week by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The report takes a county-by-county and state-by-state look at the rate at which non-elderly adults have health insurance – a potentially useful baseline as Affordable Care Act measures designed to increase the rate of insured Americans begin to take effect.

Read more about the report, find excellent graphic depictions of where to find the largest numbers of insured and uninsured people, and find a link to the census bureau report itself in this Washington Post articleiStock_000014445371XSmall.

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