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Health Reform: Implications for Women's Access to Coverage and Care

Appendix A:  State Level Estimates of Percent of Uninsured Women Ages 18-64 and their Income Distribution 2010-2011

Total Number of Women Ages 18-64 in State

Total Number of Uninsured Women

Percent of Total
Women in State

Income ≤138%
Federal Poverty Level

Income 139-399% Federal Poverty Level

Alabama

1,525,401

271,234

18%

62%

32%

Alaska

220,988

45,543

21%

50%

44%

Arizona

2,011,427

431,882

21%

54%

36%

Arkansas

896,299

219,018

24%

55%

36%

California

11,870,062

2,769,979

23%

56%

35%

Colorado

1,597,071

259,106

16%

49%

39%

Connecticut

1,146,498

130,706

11%

44%

40%

Delaware

287,157

36,037

13%

48%

39%

District of Columbia

225,241

25,036

11%

53%

36%

Florida

5,884,994

1,516,602

26%

53%

35%

Georgia

3,207,866

809,563

25%

56%

35%

Hawaii

417,696

43,299

10%

61%

32%

Idaho

467,667

117,588

25%

54%

40%

Illinois

4,048,572

734,400

18%

53%

38%

Indiana

2,014,547

360,647

18%

52%

36%

Iowa

953,618

129,619

14%

50%

41%

Kansas

851,015

138,901

16%

56%

34%

Kentucky

1,387,818

260,535

19%

59%

34%

Louisiana

1,413,798

396,092

28%

57%

38%

Maine

431,583

49,316

11%

40%

48%

Maryland

1,913,130

294,172

15%

45%

44%

Massachusetts

2,140,586

98,729

5%

47%

37%

Michigan

3,100,862

495,044

16%

56%

32%

Minnesota

1,636,383

180,245

11%

48%

40%

Mississippi

910,632

209,996

23%

63%

32%

Missouri

1,861,616

337,653

18%

53%

39%

Montana

302,873

74,707

25%

53%

34%

Nebraska

564,051

88,584

16%

45%

43%

Nevada

845,619

222,590

26%

55%

35%

New Hampshire

424,351

57,419

14%

34%

48%

New Jersey

2,785,769

532,836

19%

48%

39%

New Mexico

630,428

167,958

27%

57%

36%

New York

6,341,558

998,669

16%

50%

38%

North Carolina

3,054,772

660,935

22%

54%

36%

North Dakota

208,063

27,778

13%

49%

39%

Ohio

3,590,553

604,428

17%

51%

42%

Oklahoma

1,136,666

253,784

22%

52%

39%

Oregon

1,236,603

223,303

18%

52%

40%

Pennsylvania

4,009,093

521,449

13%

51%

40%

Rhode Island

340,264

48,457

14%

51%

39%

South Carolina

1,496,649

352,267

24%

52%

38%

South Dakota

246,690

41,629

17%

53%

36%

Tennessee

2,039,989

323,646

16%

55%

39%

Texas

8,003,655

2,404,986

30%

57%

35%

Utah

822,824

145,527

18%

49%

39%

Vermont

207,305

21,824

11%

40%

42%

Virginia

2,596,944

439,685

17%

48%

40%

Washington

2,149,213

391,894

18%

50%

40%

West Virginia

603,673

122,222

20%

53%

36%

Wisconsin

1,738,653

190,226

11%

49%

38%

Wyoming

175,039

41,734

24%

39%

47%

Notes:  The federal poverty level (FPL) for a family of three in 2011 was $18,530. States not expanding or debating whether to expand Medicaid.
Source:  Kaiser Family Foundation/Urban Institute estimates of ASEC supplement to March 2011 and March 2012 Current Population Surveys, U.S. Census Bureau.
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