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The Uninsured: An Interactive Tool

In 2012, 47.3 million nonelderly people were uninsured. Lack of health insurance coverage affects many groups of people, including both workers and non-workers, people of all ages and geographic locations, and people with a range of health conditions. Through its coverage expansions, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has the potential to reach a broad range of groups. The interactive tool below examines how the ACA may affect various groups of uninsured people by analyzing how many are uninsured, the main reasons why they lack coverage, and how they may gain coverage under the ACA.

To start, click on a group below to explore data and resources on the uninsured.


Embed Instructions

The Kaiser Family Foundation encourages other organizations to embed the Uninsured interactive on their websites. 

To embed the interactive as seen here, follow these steps:

  1. Click on "Share" in the upper-right-hand side of the interactive.
  2. Copy the line of code you see under "Embed."
  3. Paste this code into the HTML view of your content management system.
  4. You may need to adjust the width and/or height for the interactive to appear correctly in your website.

To embed a version of this interactive whose first slide begins with a specific population—i.e. part-time worker or self-employed—chose the appropriate iframe code from the embed page.


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