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Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance in United States

With Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance in United States Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and United States is in the third quartile with a value of 54.3%. The following cities in United States have the value, Anchorage 52.5%, Asheville 57.0%, Austin 60.3%, Baltimore 47.4%, Baton Rouge 46.7%, Birmingham 51.9%, Boise 64.4%, Chicago 40.3%, Columbia 58.2%, Columbus 55.0%, Denver 52.6%, Detroit 53.3%, Fresno 43.7%, Gastonia 51.7%, Greensboro 55.1%, Houston 40.4%, Indianapolis 58.0%, Lansing 71.7%, Las Vegas 45.7%, Little Rock 59.2%, Memphis 49.6%, Milwaukee 45.1%, Minneapolis 53.4%, Missoula 57.0%, Montgomery 59.9%, Nashville 55.8%, New Orleans 40.1%, Oakland 42.4%, Phoenix 45.4%, Pittsburgh 61.9%, Portland 54.4%, Raleigh 65.8%, Richmond 53.2%, Riverside 39.3%, Sacramento 51.1%, Salt Lake City 53.6%, San Francisco 40.3%, Santa Barbara 60.1%, Seattle 58.1%, Spokane 54.6%, St. Petersburg 49.9%, Tacoma 56.3%, Tampa 41.7%, Tucson 49.3%, Tulsa 61.3%, Urban Honolulu CDP 65.1% & Washington 56.8%.With Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance Albuquerque, 54.3%Anchorage, 52.5%Asheville, 57.0%Austin, 60.3%Baltimore, 47.4%Baton Rouge, 46.7%Birmingham, 51.9%Boise, 64.4%Chicago, 40.3%Columbia, 58.2%Columbus, 55.0%Denver, 52.6%Detroit, 53.3%Fresno, 43.7%Gastonia, 51.7%Greensboro, 55.1%Houston, 40.4%Indianapolis, 58.0%Lansing, 71.7%Las Vegas, 45.7%Little Rock, 59.2%Memphis, 49.6%Milwaukee, 45.1%Minneapolis, 53.4%Missoula, 57.0%Montgomery, 59.9%Nashville, 55.8%New Orleans, 40.1%Oakland, 42.4%Phoenix, 45.4%Pittsburgh, 61.9%Portland, 54.4%Raleigh, 65.8%Richmond, 53.2%Riverside, 39.3%Sacramento, 51.1%Salt Lake City, 53.6%San Francisco, 40.3%Santa Barbara, 60.1%Seattle, 58.1%Spokane, 54.6%St. Petersburg, 49.9%Tacoma, 56.3%Tampa, 41.7%Tucson, 49.3%Tulsa, 61.3%Urban Honolulu CDP, 65.1%Washington, 56.8% Without Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance in United States Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and United States is in the third quartile with a value of 54.3%. The following cities in United States have the value, Anchorage 52.5%, Asheville 57.0%, Austin 60.3%, Baltimore 47.4%, Baton Rouge 46.7%, Birmingham 51.9%, Boise 64.4%, Chicago 40.3%, Columbia 58.2%, Columbus 55.0%, Denver 52.6%, Detroit 53.3%, Fresno 43.7%, Gastonia 51.7%, Greensboro 55.1%, Houston 40.4%, Indianapolis 58.0%, Lansing 71.7%, Las Vegas 45.7%, Little Rock 59.2%, Memphis 49.6%, Milwaukee 45.1%, Minneapolis 53.4%, Missoula 57.0%, Montgomery 59.9%, Nashville 55.8%, New Orleans 40.1%, Oakland 42.4%, Phoenix 45.4%, Pittsburgh 61.9%, Portland 54.4%, Raleigh 65.8%, Richmond 53.2%, Riverside 39.3%, Sacramento 51.1%, Salt Lake City 53.6%, San Francisco 40.3%, Santa Barbara 60.1%, Seattle 58.1%, Spokane 54.6%, St. Petersburg 49.9%, Tacoma 56.3%, Tampa 41.7%, Tucson 49.3%, Tulsa 61.3%, Urban Honolulu CDP 65.1% & Washington 56.8%.Without Disabilities Age 65 and Above who Have Private Health Insurance Albuquerque, 59.0%Anchorage, 72.5%Asheville, 59.3%Austin, 68.8%Baltimore, 61.4%Baton Rouge, 61.9%Birmingham, 56.1%Boise, 68.1%Chicago, 50.5%Columbia, 69.6%Columbus, 62.7%Denver, 59.3%Detroit, 66.4%Fresno, 58.6%Gastonia, 65.3%Greensboro, 59.5%Houston, 51.3%Indianapolis, 63.0%Lansing, 78.6%Las Vegas, 56.3%Little Rock, 66.0%Memphis, 59.9%Milwaukee, 57.0%Minneapolis, 69.3%Missoula, 67.6%Montgomery, 75.4%Nashville, 60.7%New Orleans, 46.9%Oakland, 60.9%Phoenix, 50.8%Pittsburgh, 69.8%Portland, 65.0%Raleigh, 71.8%Richmond, 66.1%Riverside, 46.7%Sacramento, 65.4%Salt Lake City, 60.6%San Francisco, 55.4%Santa Barbara, 68.4%Seattle, 66.0%Spokane, 60.1%St. Petersburg, 52.4%Tacoma, 67.3%Tampa, 48.2%Tucson, 54.0%Tulsa, 64.5%Urban Honolulu CDP, 72.1%Washington, 73.6%

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%
Albuquerque54.3%59.0%
Anchorage52.5%72.5%
Asheville57.0%59.3%
Austin60.3%68.8%
Baltimore47.4%61.4%
Baton Rouge46.7%61.9%
Birmingham51.9%56.1%
Boise64.4%68.1%
Chicago40.3%50.5%
Columbia58.2%69.6%
Columbus55.0%62.7%
Denver52.6%59.3%
Detroit53.3%66.4%
Fresno43.7%58.6%
Gastonia51.7%65.3%
Greensboro55.1%59.5%
Houston40.4%51.3%
Indianapolis58.0%63.0%
Lansing71.7%78.6%
Las Vegas45.7%56.3%
Little Rock59.2%66.0%
Memphis49.6%59.9%
Milwaukee45.1%57.0%
Minneapolis53.4%69.3%
Missoula57.0%67.6%
Montgomery59.9%75.4%
Nashville55.8%60.7%
New Orleans40.1%46.9%
Oakland42.4%60.9%
Phoenix45.4%50.8%
Pittsburgh61.9%69.8%
Portland54.4%65.0%
Raleigh65.8%71.8%
Richmond53.2%66.1%
Riverside39.3%46.7%
Sacramento51.1%65.4%
Salt Lake City53.6%60.6%
San Francisco40.3%55.4%
Santa Barbara60.1%68.4%
Seattle58.1%66.0%
Spokane54.6%60.1%
St. Petersburg49.9%52.4%
Tacoma56.3%67.3%
Tampa41.7%48.2%
Tucson49.3%54.0%
Tulsa61.3%64.5%
Urban Honolulu CDP65.1%72.1%
Washington56.8%73.6%