Population Without Health Insurance Coverage by State: 2013 and 2014 September 21, 2015 2:00pm by Barry Ritholtz Source: United States Census Bureau Spread the wealth. twitter facebook linkedin What's been said: Discussions found on the web: davebarnes commented on Sep 21 How is that “Hopey Changey Thing Working for You?” Quite well, actually. Iamthe50percent commented on Sep 21 Notice that the dividing line runs with the Mason-Dixon line. I wonder if Obamacare had been Clintoncare or Cartercare or Johnsoncare the results might be different. intlacct commented on Sep 22 As a sometime resident of France and the Netherlands, that is one barbaric chart. Every other OECD country has accomplished what the capitalist geniuses have failed to: 100% health care coverage at a fraction of the cost. intlacct commented on Sep 22 ‘Notice that the dividing line runs with the Mason-Dixon line.’ It’s generally a red state blue state thing (CA – maybe because of illegals?). Utah, Wyoming, Idaho – way way above M-D line. Read this next.September 13, 2011 First Look: Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2010September 24, 2015 Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2014April 14, 2016 U.S. Life Expectancy Depends on Income, Location Posted Under Politics Previous Post What Happens When A Star Fund Manager Leave? Next Post Does Europe Take in Enough Migrants?