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									Health Insurance Coverage Status
by Selected Characteristics: 2005
all numbers in thousands
                                                   Covered by
                                                   private or
                                               government health
          Characteristic             Total          insurance
Total in 2005                          293,834            249,020
Gender
 Male                                  144,188           120,022
 Female                                149,647           128,998

Race:
  White non- Hispanic                  195,893           174,984
  Black alone                           36,965            29,959
  Asian alone                           12,599            10,438
  Hispanic                              43,168            29,214
  More than one race or other race       5,209             4,425

Household income:
  Less than $25,000                     59,598            45,146
  $25,000-$49,999                       72,865            58,214
  $50,000-$74,999                       59,048            51,223
  $75,000 or more                      102,323            94,437

Persons below poverty                   36,950            25,625



Source: U.S. Census Bureau,
Health Insurance,
Current Population Reports; P60-
231 and
 Not covered by
health insurance
           44,815

           24,166
           20,647


           20,909
            7,006
            2,161
           13,954
              785


           14,452
           14,651
            7,826
            7,886

           11,325
Table 146. Health Insurance Coverage Status by Selected Characteristics: 2004

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HEADNOTE
[Persons as of following year for coverage in the year shown (291,166 represen
Government health insurance includes medicare, medicaid, and military
plans. Based on Current Population Survey; see text, Section 1, Population, an
Appendix III]

FOOTNOTES
\1 Includes other government insurance, not shown separately.
Persons with coverage counted only once in total, even though
they may have been covered by more that one type of policy.
\2 Related to employment of self or other family members.
\3 The estimates are revised from the originally published data.
\4 Estimates reflect results of follow-up verification questions.
\5 Refers to people who reported specified race and did not report any other r
\6 Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Health Insurance,
Current Population Reports; P60-231 and
Table HI01 Health Insurance Data, Health Insurance Coverage Status and Type
of Coverage by Selected Characteristics: 2005.
Table HI02. Health Insurance Coverage Status and Type of
Coverage by Selected Characteristics for People in
the Poverty Universe: 2005; published August 2006.

For more information:
http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/hlthins/hlthins.html
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