Facts on Health Coverage in the United States
Publication Date: March 2009
Publisher(s): Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The problem of the uninsured is continuing to grow. The federal government estimates that 45 million individuals lacked health insurance coverage of any kind during 2008.
This chartpack uses the Census Bureau's Current Population Survey (CPS) and other data sources to provide an overview of the facts about the uninsured in America across a variety of factors, including age and gender, race and ethnicity, educational attainment, and income, among others.