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Adults who rate their health care in the past year less than 7 on a scale from 0 to 10 by race, ethnicity, and income, 2000-2001.
Bar chart. White, in 2000, 15.6 percent, in 2001, 14.1 percent; black, in 2000, 19.5 percent, in 2001, 17.9 percent; asian pacific islander, in 2000, 27.8 percent, in 2001, 19 percent; american indian/alaska native, in 2000 there were too few in this category to provide a reliable estimate, in 2001, 23.2 percent; nonhispanic white, in 2000, 15.3 percent, in 2001, 13.5 percent; hispanic, in 2000, 19.3 percent, in 2001, 20 percent; poor, in 2000, 24.2 percent, in 2001, 22.4 percent; near poor, in 2000, 18.7 percent, in 2001, 18.8 percent; middle income, in 2000, 16.9 percent, in 2001, 15.8 percent; high income, in 2000, 13.5 percent, in 2001, 11 percent.
Source: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 2000-2001.
Reference population: Civilian, noninstitutionalized people age 18 and over.
Note: For findings related to all measures of the patient provider relationship, see Tables 3.3a and 3.3b.
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