of workers with spousal health benefits have access to coverage for same-sex spouses
An infographic, also available in Spanish, about the 53 million people living in the U.S. who are Hispanic, making up 20 percent of the population.
The findings also show that Blacks and Hispanics have less confidence in their ability to afford medical costs.
Our findings show that noncitizens continue to face barriers to accessing health coverage and care.
Among adults, people of color are nearly twice as likely to be uninsured than Whites (20% vs. 11%). Hispanic adults are at the highest risk of lacking coverage with more than one in four uninsured (27%), while 16% of Black adults are uninsured.
This brief provides an overview of the broad factors that influence health and describes emerging efforts to address them, including initiatives within Medicaid.