U.S. metro areas: lowest percentage of uninsured residents

U.S. metro areas with the lowest percentage of uninsured residents in 2010

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 23, 2011
U.S. metro areas: lowest percentage of uninsured residents The statistic represents the ten metropolitan areas in the U.S. with the lowest percentage of uninsured residents in 2010. In Worcester, Massachusetts, 4.7 percent of residents did not have health insurance.
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U.S. metro areas with the lowest percentage of uninsured residents in 2010

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