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People under age 65 with health insurance by race, ethnicity, and income, 1999-2001.
Trend line chart. By income: high income, in 1999, 95.7 percent, in 2000, 95.4 percent, in 2001, 95.4 percent; middle income, in 1999, 88 percent, in 2000, 86.1 percent, in 2001, 87 percent; near poor, in 1999, 68.5 percent, in 2000, 68.1 percent, in 2001, 70.5 percent; poor, in 1999, 65.9 percent, in 2000, 65.9 percent, in 2001, 67.5 percent.
Source: National Heath Interview Survey, 1999-2001.
Reference population: Civilian, noninstitutionalized people under age 65.
Note: Measure is age adjusted. N H I S respondents are asked about health insurance coverage at the time of interview (point-in-time estimate). For findings related to all health insurance measures, see Tables 3.1a and 3.1b.
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