Women’s Health Care Utilization and Costs: Findings from the 2020 KFF Women’s Health Survey
This survey includes women ages 18-64. Hereafter, we use the word ‘women’ to refer to women ages 18-64 unless otherwise indicated.
This survey defines low-income as household income under 200% of the federal poverty level (FPL); higher-income is 200% or more of the FPL. The FPL for a family of four in 2020 was $26,200.
Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race; other groups are non-Hispanic.
Those in poorer health describe their health as fair or poor and those in better health describe their health as good, very good, or excellent health.
For survey data on sexual and reproductive health-related counseling, including contraception and sexual history, see the Sexual and Reproductive Health Services section.
For survey data on preventive sexual and reproductive health-related screenings such as pap smears and STI and HIV testing, see the Sexual and Reproductive Health Services section.
Not sufficient data to report on Asian women. Caution should be used when comparing race/ethnicity data here as there are few observations for White women.