Uninsured in the United States: the nonelderly population without health insurance : analysis of the March 1990 Current Population Survey
Employee Benefits Research Institute, 1991 - Business & Economics - 75 pages
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0.1 Nonworker 0.1 Other Workers 18 with Selected 18-64 with Selected 1990 CPS Employer 1990 CPS Table 25 employees 35 Weeks chart Children under Age coverage categories Coverage No Health CPS Employer Coverage Direct lndirect Public EBRI Family Income Family Type full-time worker 100.0 Health Insurance Home/family Hours worked 16 lndirect Public Medicaid lnfants lnsurance Coverage Total March 1990 CPS married with children Medicaid Coverage millions Medicaid Coverage percentage Nonelderly Population Nonworkers 27.5 Number too small part-time part-year worker 100.0 percent Percentage of Poverty Percentage Uninsured percentage within coverage Persons Aged 18-64 Population with Selected Poverty 9.8 Poverty Total Private private health insurance Private Total Direct Public Medicaid Coverage publicly financed health Salary Workers 100.0 Selected Sources Sources of Health statistically reliable Status of Family Total Direct lndirect Total Private Total Total Total lnsurance Total Workers 100.0 unemployment 100.0 urban Wage and Salary Weeks unemployed West South Central Workers Aged 18-64