Map Key
  • Less than 15 %
  • 15.1 - 20 %
  • 20.1 - 25 %
  • 25.1 - 27 %
  • More than 27 %
Percentage of people under age 65 and below 138 percent of the poverty line who did not have health insurance at any time in 2014.

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State Health Insurance Coverage Rate Rank
District of Columbia 6.1%1st
Massachusetts 6.4%2nd
Vermont 8.3%3rd
Hawaii 11.8%4th
Rhode Island 13.0%5th
Connecticut 13.1%6th
West Virginia 13.2%7th
Minnesota 13.6%8th
Iowa 14.5%9th
Delaware 14.8%10th
Kentucky 14.9%11th
New York 15.2%12th
Ohio 16.6%13th
North Dakota 16.8%14th
Wisconsin 16.9%15th
Michigan 17.2%16th
Oregon 17.6%17th
Maryland 17.6%18th
Washington 18.6%19th
Maine 18.7%20th
Colorado 18.9%21st
Pennsylvania 19.3%22nd
Illinois 19.8%23rd
Arkansas 20.9%24th
California 22.2%25th
Tennessee 23.3%26th
New Mexico 23.4%27th
South Dakota 23.5%28th
New Hampshire 24.1%29th
Nebraska 24.4%30th
Indiana 24.4%31st
Arizona 24.4%32nd
Kansas 24.6%33rd
Mississippi 25.0%34th
Idaho 25.0%35th
New Jersey 25.3%36th
Alabama 25.9%37th
Louisiana 26.2%38th
Missouri 26.3%39th
South Carolina 26.4%40th
Wyoming 26.5%41st
North Carolina 26.6%42nd
Virginia 26.7%43rd
Nevada 27.9%44th
Utah 27.9%45th
Montana 29.0%46th
Oklahoma 29.3%47th
Florida 30.6%48th
Alaska 31.0%49th
Georgia 31.5%50th
Texas 34.0%51st