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Health Insurance in the United States: 2013 (P60-250)
In 2014, the Census Bureau implemented changes to the CPS ASEC, including a complete redesign of the health insurance questions. The new questions improve upon the previous questionnaire. Click here for more information about the CPS ASEC Health Insurance Redesign (2014 CPS ASEC).
There are four extracts available with the 2010 Census-based weights. They are available at http://www.census.gov/housing/extract_files/?C=M;O=D
The files are:
Record layouts are also available; they are called pp11b10rwt.txt and pp11b10.txt
On September 13, 2011, the Census Bureau revised estimates for health insurance. The 2000 to 2010 Current Population Survey (CPS) Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC) data have been revised to improve the consistency of estimates for the insured and uninsured as part of ongoing efforts to improve the quality of Census Bureau data. Click here for more information about the Revised CPS ASEC Health Insurance Data Click here for more information about the Revised CPS ASEC Health Insurance Data - released September 2011 »
Obtain health insurance data to create your own tables and cross tabulations.
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