Community & Work Disparities
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Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance in Florida

With Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance in Florida Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and Florida is in the first quartile with a value of 51.2%. The following cities in Florida have the value, St. Petersburg 49.9% & Tampa 41.7%.With Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance St. Petersburg, 49.9%Tampa, 41.7% Without Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance in Florida Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and Florida is in the first quartile with a value of 51.2%. The following cities in Florida have the value, St. Petersburg 49.9% & Tampa 41.7%.Without Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance St. Petersburg, 52.4%Tampa, 48.2%

Data source. , American Community Survey (ACS), 5 year Estimates. Table B18135, age by disability status by health insurance coverage status.
Calculation. Divided the number of people with/without disabilities age 65 and above with private health insurance by the total population of people with/without disabilities age 65 and above

Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance by Region
RegionWith Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health InsuranceWithout Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance
United States57.4%64.4%
Florida51.2%54.4%
St. Petersburg49.9%52.4%
Tampa41.7%48.2%