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					Table HIA-1. Health Insurance Coverage Status and Type of Coverage by Sex, Race and Hispanic
NOTE: Numbers in thousands. People as of March of the following year.
                                      Covered by Private or Government Health Insurance
                                    Private Health Insurance        Government Health Insurance
             Total
  Year
            People      Total                 Employm    Direct
                                   Total                                Total     Medicaid Medicare
                                              ent-based Purchase
ALL RACES BOTH SEXES
NUMBERS
     2007    299,106    253,449    201,991     177,446    26,673         83,031     39,554   41,375
     2006    296,824    249,829    201,690     177,152    27,066         80,270     38,281   40,343
     2005    293,834    249,020    201,167     176,924    27,055         80,213     38,104   40,177
     2004    291,166    247,669    200,924     176,247    27,551         79,486     37,955   39,703
     2003    288,280    244,876    199,871     175,844    26,783         76,755     35,647   39,456
     2002    285,933    243,914    200,891     177,095    26,846         73,624     33,246   38,448
     2001    282,082    242,322    201,695     178,261    26,309         71,295     31,601   38,043
     2000    279,517    241,091    202,794     179,436    26,799         69,037     29,533   37,740
     1999    276,804    238,037    200,721     176,838    27,731         67,683     28,506   36,923
PERCENTS
     2007      100.0        84.7       67.5        59.3       8.9          27.8       13.2     13.8
     2006      100.0        84.2       67.9        59.7       9.1          27.0       12.9     13.6
     2005      100.0        84.7       68.5        60.2       9.2          27.3       13.0     13.7
     2004      100.0        85.1       69.0        60.5       9.5          27.3       13.0     13.6
     2003      100.0        84.9       69.3        61.0       9.3          26.6       12.4     13.7
     2002      100.0        85.3       70.3        61.9       9.4          25.7       11.6     13.4
     2001      100.0        85.9       71.5        63.2       9.3          25.3       11.2     13.5
     2000      100.0        86.3       72.6        64.2       9.6          24.7       10.6     13.5
     1999      100.0        86.0       72.5        63.9      10.0          24.5       10.3     13.3



                   Historical Health Insurance Tables (U.S. Census Bureau)

The 2005 and 2006 Current Population Survey (CPS) Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC)
data were revised in March 2007 to improve the consistency of estimates for the insured and uninsured
as part of ongoing efforts to improve the quality of Census Bureau data. Because the data after the
revision is not consistent with earlier data, the Census Bureau introduced a new historical series (HIA-1 to
HIA-8) and discontinued the original series. The data for 1999 to 2003 presented in these tables (from
ASEC's 2000 to 2004) were revised using an approximation method for consistency with the revision to
the 2004 and 2005 estimates (2005 and 2006 ASEC’s).

Source: http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/hlthins/historic/index.html
by Sex, Race and Hispanic

ance                                Task: Generate a Line Graph where the Year is listed as the category on the
ealth Insurance
                           Not      horizontal axis and the percentage Not Covered is on the vertical axis.
             Military    Covered
             Health
             Care 1/
                                    Label the axes and provide a title for the graph. You will notice that the years
                                    are listed in descending order. To reverse the order, click on the graph, choose
               10,955      45,657   Layout in the Design Tool, and select Horizontal (Category) Axis in the Current
               10,547      46,995   Selection. Click on Format Selection and check the Categories in reverse order.
               11,166      44,815
               10,789      43,498
                9,979      43,404
               10,063      42,019
                9,552      39,760
                9,099      38,426
                8,648      38,767

                   3.7       15.3
                   3.6       15.8
                   3.8       15.3
                   3.7       14.9
                   3.5       15.1
                   3.5       14.7
                   3.4       14.1
                   3.3       13.7
                   3.1       14.0



s Bureau)

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 the insured and uninsured
ause the data after the
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nted in these tables (from
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 vertical axis.



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ry) Axis in the Current
 ories in reverse order.
Educational Attainment in Population 25 Years and Over,
2000
                                            2000
                                         Number     Percent of Total
Total Population Age 25+              182,211,639            100.00%

Less than 9th grade                    13,755,477             7.55%

Some high school, no diploma           21,960,148            12.05%
High school graduate*                  52,168,981            28.63%

Some college, no degree                38,351,595            21.05%

Associate degree                       11,512,833             6.32%

Bachelor's degree                      28,317,792            15.54%

Graduate or professional degree        16,144,813             8.86%


* "High school graduate" includes people with the G.E.D. and
similar equivalents.



Educational Attainment: United States
Source: http://www.censusscope.org/us/chart_education.html
Educational Attainment: United States
Source: http://www.censusscope.org/us/chart_education.html

Task: Generate a Bar Graph where the category of educational
attainment is listed as the category on the vertical axis and the Percent
of Total is a bar that points to the right.


Label the axes and provide a title for the graph.
        2007                                      Diabetes Rates [%]
                                                                       No, pre-
                                                   Yes,                diabetes
State          Obesity Rates [%]          Yes    pregnanc      No         or
                                                 y-related             borderlin
                                                                           e
                                                                       diabetes
Alabama                            30.3   10.3       1         87         1.7
Alaska                             27.5    6.1      2.2       90.3        1.3
Arizona                            25.4    8.4      1.2       89.5        0.9
Arkansas                           28.7    9.2      1.1       88.7        0.9
California                         22.6    7.6      1.6       89.7        1.1
Colorado                           18.7    5.3      0.9       92.9        0.9
Connecticut                        21.2
                                          7.3       1.4       90.5        0.8
Delaware                           27.4   8.7       0.4       89.5        1.4
Washingto                          21.8
n DC                                       8.1      0.8       90.3        0.8
Florida                            23.6    8.7       1        89.1        1.1
Georgia                            28.2   10.1      1.3       87.7        0.9
Hawaii                             21.4    7.7      0.9       88.8        2.6
Idaho                              24.5    7.9      0.8       90.1        1.2
Illinois                           24.9    8.8      0.9       89.6        0.7
Indiana                            26.8    8.5      1.1       89.3        1.2
Iowa                               26.9    6.8      0.6       91.5        1.1
Kansas                             26.9    7.3      0.6        91         1.1
Kentucky                           27.4    9.9      1.4       86.7         2
Louisiana                          29.8   10.2      0.8       88.4        0.6
Maine                              24.8    7.8      0.8       90.1        1.3
Maryland                           25.4    8.4      0.9       89.8        0.9
Massachus                          21.3
etts                                      7.4       0.9        91         0.7
Michigan                           27.7   8.8       0.6       89.3        1.3
Minnesota                          25.6   5.7       1.2        92         1.1
Mississippi                         32
                                          11.1      0.4       87.5         1
Missouri                           27.5     8       0.5       89.3        2.2
Montana                            21.8    6.6       1        91.5        0.8
Nebraska                            26     7.1       1         91         0.9
Nevada                             24.1     8       1.2       90.1        0.7
New                                24.4
Hampshire
                                          7.2       0.7       91.3        0.8
New Jersey                         23.5
                                          9.2       1.2       88.7        0.9
New                                 24
Mexico                                    7.8       0.8       90.2        1.1
New York                            25    8.2        1        89.9        0.9
North                               28
Carolina                                  9.1       0.9       88.7        1.4
North        26.5
Dakota               6.3   0.7   92.1   0.9
Ohio         27.5    9.5   1.2   88.3    1
Oklahoma     28.1   10.2   0.9   87.9   1.1
Oregon       25.5    6.9   0.8   90.9   1.4
Pennsylvan   27.1
ia                  8.7    0.7   89.3   1.3
Rhode        21.4
Island              7.2    1.3   90.6   0.9
South        28.4
Carolina            9.6    0.7   88.6   1.1
South        26.2
Dakota              6.7    1     91.2   1.1
Tennessee    30.1
                    11.9    1    86.2   0.9
Texas        28.1   10.3   1.5   87.6   0.6
Utah         21.8    5.8    1    92.5   0.7
Vermont      21.3     7    0.9   91.1   1.1
Virginia     24.3     8    1.5    90    0.6
Washingto    25.3
n                   7.1    1     90.9   1.1
West         29.5
Virginia            10.8   0.6   86.6   1.9
Wisconsin    24.7
                    6.5    0.7   92.2   0.7
Wyoming      23.7    7     0.8   91.2   1.1
Task: Generate a Scatter Plot where the obesity rate is   Source: http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obesity/tre
listed on the horizontal axis and the Percent Diabetes    Obesity is defined as a body mass index of 30 or above.
Rate YES is listed on the vertical axis. Fit a linear
Trendline and include the equation of the line and the
R2 value on the graph.                                    Prevalence and Trends Data 2002, 2007
Label the axes and provide a title for the graph.         National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Hea

                                                          Behavioral Risk Factor and Surveillance System


                                                          URL: http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/BRFSS/page.asp?cat=DB&

                                                          Have you ever been told by a doctor that you have diabe


                                                          Citation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CD
                                                          Surveillance System Survey Data . Atlanta, Georgia: U.S.
                                                          Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, [2
dc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obesity/trend/maps/index.htm
 body mass index of 30 or above.


 Data 2002, 2007
ronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

and Surveillance System


cdc.gov/BRFSS/page.asp?cat=DB&yr=2007&state=All#XX

ld by a doctor that you have diabetes?


isease Control and Prevention (CDC). Behavioral Risk Factor
rvey Data . Atlanta, Georgia: U.S. Department of Health and Human
isease Control and Prevention, [2007].

				
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