Small Area Health Insurance Estimates

The U.S. Census Bureau compiles data for Small Area Health Insurance Estimates program using census figures, food stamp participation, aggregated tax returns, Medicaid records and other data sets.

View 2009 coverage estimates for your area by selecting a state and county below. Please note that all estimates are for the population younger than 65.

Further breakdowns of health insurance estimates can be obtained from the Census Bureau.

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