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2005, 2006, and 2007

Coverage by Type for Children under 19 Years of Age, at or below 200 Percent of Poverty, by State Using Three-Year Averages for 2005, 2006, and 2007
(Numbers in Thousands)

State Children under 19 Years of Age At or Below 200% of Poverty
Total Uninsured Insured
Private Health Insurance Government Health Insurance
Number Standard error Percent Standard error Number Standard error Percent Standard error Number Standard error Percent Standard error
United States 30,177 5,522 124 18.3 0.2 10,208 167 33.8 0.2 16,532 210 54.8 0.2
Alabama 481 51 12 10.8 1.6 179 22 37.3 1.8 281 28 58.4 2.1
Alaska 58 8 2 14.9 1.8 20 3 33.5 1.6 40 4 68.1 2.1
Arizona 824 203 26 24.6 1.9 247 29 30 1.6 414 37 50.2 1.9
Arkansas 372 46 9 12.5 1.7 120 15 32.2 1.9 239 20 64.2 2.4
California 4,154 800 53 19.3 0.7 1,194 64 28.7 0.6 363 88 56.9 0.8
Colorado 398 111 19 28 2.3 149 22 37.5 1.7 156 23 39.3 1.7
Connecticut 224 29 8 12.9 1.7 83 14 37 1.6 132 18 58.7 1.9
Delaware 71 13 3 18 2.1 27 4 38 1.8 35 5 50.1 2
District of Columbia 62 6 2 9.1 1.9 17 3 27.2 2.3 45 5 71.9 3.2
Florida 1,673 509 39 30.4 1.3 561 41 33.5 0.9 699 46 41.8 1
Georgia 1,049 210 25 20.0 1.4 296 30 28.2 1.1 629 42 59.9 1.5
Hawaii 89 8 3 8.4 1.4 42 6 46.5 1.8 52 6 57.7 1.9
Idaho 171 29 5 16.7 1.8 74 8 43.1 1.8 83 9 48.3 1.9
Illinois 1,175 180 24 15.4 1.1 418 36 35.6 1.0 654 44 55.7 1.2
Indiana 626 66 14 10.4 1.3 246 27 39.3 1.5 355 32 56.6 1.7
Iowa 239 20 7 8.5 1.5 106 15 44.4 1.9 144 17 60.2 2.2
Kansas 283 35 8 12.2 1.7 110 15 38.8 1.9 171 18 60.3 2.2
Kentucky 461 61 13 13.3 1.8 151 21 32.7 1.9 282 28 61.2 2.3
Louisiana 503 91 16 18.1 2.0 153 21 30.5 1.7 296 29 58.8 2.2
Maine 105 11 3 10.0 1.8 36 6 34.4 2.0 71 9 67.7 2.6
Maryland 380 74 15 19.7 1.9 138 21 36.4 1.4 205 25 53.8 1.6
Massachusetts 453 36 10 8.0 1.2 176 23 38.7 1.4 271 28 59.8 1.6
Michigan 953 83 16 8.7 1.0 411 35 43.2 1.3 552 40 57.9 1.4
Minnesota 355 51 12 14.4 1.7 151 21 42.6 1.5 179 23 50.4 1.6
Mississippi 436 92 13 21.1 2.0 112 15 25.7 1.7 260 22 59.7 2.3
Missouri 594 86 16 14.4 1.6 215 26 36.1 1.6 350 32 59.0 2.0
Montana 94 19 4 20.8 2.2 31 4 33.5 1.9 50 6 53.0 2.2
Nebraska 148 24 6 16.3 1.9 60 9 40.5 1.8 77 10 51.8 2.0
Nevada 257 64 11 24.8 2.3 124 15 48.4 2.0 81 12 31.3 1.7
New Hampshire 61 8 3 12.7 1.8 29 5 48.2 1.6 29 5 48.2 1.6
New Jersey 583 146 21 24.9 1.6 205 25 35.2 1.1 258 28 44.2 1.2
New Mexico 242 62 10 25.4 2.4 60 10 25.0 1.7 142 15 58.9 2.4
New York 1,924 233 27 12.1 0.9 705 47 36.7 0.9 1,146 59 59.6 1.1
North Carolina 991 198 25 20.0 1.5 296 30 29.8 1.2 554 40 55.9 1.6
North Dakota 55 10 2 17.4 2.1 25 3 45.3 2.0 25 3 44.8 2.0
Ohio 1,084 134 20 12.4 1.0 423 35 39.1 1.1 629 43 58.0 1.3
Oklahoma 437 70 13 15.8 1.9 138 18 31.5 1.8 269 25 61.5 2.4
Oregon 359 69 14 19.4 2.2 135 19 37.6 2.0 179 22 49.9 2.2
Pennsylvania 1,056 145 21 13.8 1.1 441 36 41.7 1.2 560 41 53.0 1.3
Rhode Island 85 9 3 11.0 1.7 32 5 37.8 1.9 54 7 62.8 2.3
South Carolina 475 78 15 16.2 1.9 166 22 35.0 1.9 267 27 56.2 2.3
South Dakota 72 10 2 13.3 1.7 29 4 40.0 1.7 42 4 58.2 2.0
Tennessee 669 76 15 11.5 1.4 238 27 35.6 1.6 406 34 60.7 2.0
Texas 3,240 955 58 29.5 1.0 778 52 24.0 0.7 1,623 74 50.1 1.0
Utah 302 63 10 20.9 1.7 145 14 48.1 1.6 115 13 38.0 1.5
Vermont 40 5 2 11.5 1.9 12 2 30.7 1.7 28 4 71.8 2.4
Virginia 622 113 18 18.1 1.5 237 26 38.2 1.3 324 31 52.1 1.5
Washington 516 61 14 11.7 1.4 191 24 37.0 1.5 316 31 61.1 1.8
West Virginia 189 14 4 7.5 1.4 64 8 33.7 1.9 128 11 67.9 2.4
Wisconsin 445 43 11 9.5 1.4 194 24 43.5 1.6 253 27 56.9 1.8
Wyoming 41 6 2 14.8 2.0 17 3 40.5 1.9 23 3 55.7 2.2

Footnotes:

Source:Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2006 to 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Health Insurance |  Last Revised: September 12, 2012