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National Healthcare Disparities Report, 2004

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Figure 3.10.a

People with an office or outpatient visit in past year by race and ethnicity stratified by income, 2001.

Bar chart. By race and income: white poor, 69.7 percent, black poor, 62.2 percent, asian pacific islander poor, 52.4 percent, american indian/alaska native poor, 64.6 percent; white near poor, 70.3 percent, black near poor, 61.1 percent, asian pacific islander near poor, 67 percent, american indian/alaska native near poor, 62.8 percent; white high income, 79.6 percent, black high income, 69.1 percent, asian pacific islander high income, 67.1 percent, american indian/alaska native high income, no data available.

Source: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 2001.

Reference population: Civilian noninstitutionalized population.

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