Percentage of US Adults Without Health Insurance

UPDATE: Circa 2008- 2018

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3 Responses

  1. Hi,

    The percentage increase randomly but Health insurance is mandatory to all.

    Robert Smith

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  2. Bob,
    ACA is no longer mandatory.
    Otherwise, good point.
    Macey

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  3. 47.6% of Children Had Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance in 2018

    Georgetown University Center for Children and Families recently released an analysis of health insurance trends among children. Here are some key findings from the report:

    • 47.6% of children had employer-sponsored health insurance in 2018.
    • In 2018, 34.3% of children had Medicaid/CHIP health insurance.
    • 7.7% of children had another type of health insurance.
    • In 2018, 5.2% of children had direct-puchase insurance.
    • 5.2% of children were uninsured in 2018.

    Source: Georgetown University Center for Children and Families, October 2019

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