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Table 88b: Ethnicity - Persons under age 65 with any private health insurance, by ethnicity, United States, 2000a

              Non-Hispanic
  Total Hispanic* Total** Black or African American White
Population group % SE % SE % SE % SE % SE
                     
Total 71.7 0.3 49 0.9 75.1 0.4 57 0.9 79.3 0.4
                     
Age                    
0-17 67 0.5 44.6 1.1 71.4 0.6 47.6 1.5 77.7 0.6
18-44 70.9 0.4 48.2 1 74.4 0.4 58.3 0.9 78 0.4
45-64 78.7 0.4 55.8 1.3 80.7 0.4 65.4 1.1 83.5 0.4
                     
Gender                    
Male 71.4 0.4 48.4 0.9 74.7 0.4 56.2 1 79.2 0.4
Female 72.1 0.4 49.7 0.9 75.5 0.4 57.8 1 79.3 0.4
                     
Family income                    
< 100% of poverty level 25.9 1 13.9 1.1 29.9 1.2 19.3 1.6 35.9 1.7
100-199% of poverty level 48.9 0.9 38.8 1.3 51.7 1 45.3 1.9 54 1.2
200-399% of poverty level 79.8 0.5 69.9 1.4 81.1 0.5 74.3 1.2 82.5 0.6
≥ 400% of poverty level 93.2 0.3 89 1.1 93.5 0.3 89.1 1.2 94.1 0.3
                     
Education (age 25 and over)                    
Less than high school graduate 45.1 0.7 34.9 1.1 49.9 1 37 1.7 54.7 1.3
High school graduate 74.1 0.5 62.5 1.2 75.2 0.5 62.1 1.2 78.1 0.5
At least some college 85.9 0.3 76.1 1 86.6 0.3 76.3 0.9 88.3 0.3
                     
Residence location                    
Urban (MSA) 71 0.4 49.5 0.9 75.2 0.4 57.5 1 80.4 0.4
Rural (Non-MSA) 73.6 0.7 44.8 3.2 75 0.7 53.4 1.8 77.2 0.7

aMeasure is age adjusted.

*Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.

**Includes persons of other races not shown.

Key: MSA: Metropolitan Statistical Area; SE: Standard error

Note: The population categories used in this table are as reported from the source of the data (see below).

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, National Health Interview Survey.

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