Special Report

Counties Where the Most People Don't Have Health Insurance

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25. Corson County, SD
> Adults under 65, no health insurance: 37.6%
> Adults under 65, VA coverage (or multiple types): 2.0% – #1,248 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, employer-based insurance (or multiple types): 26.7% – #3,090 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, direct-purchase insurance (or multiple types): 12.7% – #1,002 highest of 3,129 counties

24. Hall County, TX
> Adults under 65, no health insurance: 38.2%
> Adults under 65, VA coverage (or multiple types): 1.9% – #1,369 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, employer-based insurance (or multiple types): 39.4% – #2,974 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, direct-purchase insurance (or multiple types): 16.8% – #370 highest of 3,129 counties

23. San Saba County, TX
> Adults under 65, no health insurance: 38.4%
> Adults under 65, VA coverage (or multiple types): 0.9% – #2,705 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, employer-based insurance (or multiple types): 43.8% – #2,847 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, direct-purchase insurance (or multiple types): 15.2% – #524 highest of 3,129 counties

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22. Sioux County, ND
> Adults under 65, no health insurance: 38.5%
> Adults under 65, VA coverage (or multiple types): 1.5% – #1,913 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, employer-based insurance (or multiple types): 29.8% – #3,066 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, direct-purchase insurance (or multiple types): 10.4% – #1,858 highest of 3,129 counties

21. Brooks County, TX
> Adults under 65, no health insurance: 40.0%> Adults under 65, VA coverage (or multiple types): 0.6% – #2,951 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, employer-based insurance (or multiple types): 34.9% – #3,032 highest of 3,129 counties
> Adults under 65, direct-purchase insurance (or multiple types): 6.3% – #2,980 highest of 3,129 counties

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