Special Report

How Many People Have Preexisting Conditions in Every State

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35. Nevada
> Population w/ preexisting conditions: 25% (tied)
> Pct. uninsured: 12.3% (7th highest)
> Median household income: $52,431 (22nd lowest)
> Life expectancy at birth: 78.2 (tied for 17th lowest)

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34. New York
> Population w/ preexisting conditions: 25% (tied)
> Pct. uninsured: 7.1% (tied for 20th lowest)
> Median household income: $60,850 (15th highest)
> Life expectancy at birth: 80.5 (6th highest)

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33. Rhode Island
> Population w/ preexisting conditions: 25% (tied)
> Pct. uninsured: 5.7% (tied for 7th lowest)
> Median household income: $58,073 (19th highest)
> Life expectancy at birth: 79.7 (tied for 13th highest)

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32. South Dakota
> Population w/ preexisting conditions: 25% (tied)
> Pct. uninsured: 10.2% (18th highest)
> Median household income: $53,017 (23rd lowest)
> Life expectancy at birth: 79.5 (tied for 17th highest)

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31. Vermont
> Population w/ preexisting conditions: 25% (tied)
> Pct. uninsured: 3.8% (2nd lowest)
> Median household income: $56,990 (20th highest)
> Life expectancy at birth: 79.8 (12th highest)

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