Projected number of excess deaths due to reductions in health insurance under Senate health bill in the United States in 2026, by state

Deaths due to reductions in health insurance under health bill in U.S. 2026, by state This statistic displays the projected number of excess deaths due to reductions in health insurance under Senate health bill in the United States in 2026, by state. According to the statistic, should the Senate Republicans' health insurance reductions take place, there would be almost three thousand excess deaths in 2026 due to health coverage reductions in California.
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Number of excess deaths
Alabama 579
Alaska 78
Arizona 555
Arkansas 208
California 2,992
Colorado 289
Connecticut 249
Delaware 72
District of Columbia 50
Florida 2,514
Georgia 1,160
Hawaii 70
Idaho 174
Illinois 789
Indiana 326
Iowa 154
Kansas 239
Kentucky 279
Louisiana 413
Maine 142
Maryland 274
Massachusetts 344
Michigan 590
Minnesota 262
Mississippi 335
Missouri 578
Montana 98
Nebraska 209
Nevada 148
New Hampshire 55
New Jersey 504
New Mexico 161
New York 1,372
North Carolina 1,624
North Dakota 30
Ohio 566
Oklahoma 476
Oregon 341
Pennsylvania 881
Rhode Island 55
South Carolina 552
South Dakota 77
Tennesse 765
Texas 2,928
Utah 224
Vermont 62
Virginia 629
Washington 360
West Virginia 142
Wisconsin 475
Wyoming 59
Number of excess deaths
Alabama 579
Alaska 78
Arizona 555
Arkansas 208
California 2,992
Colorado 289
Connecticut 249
Delaware 72
District of Columbia 50
Florida 2,514
Georgia 1,160
Hawaii 70
Idaho 174
Illinois 789
Indiana 326
Iowa 154
Kansas 239
Kentucky 279
Louisiana 413
Maine 142
Maryland 274
Massachusetts 344
Michigan 590
Minnesota 262
Mississippi 335
Missouri 578
Montana 98
Nebraska 209
Nevada 148
New Hampshire 55
New Jersey 504
New Mexico 161
New York 1,372
North Carolina 1,624
North Dakota 30
Ohio 566
Oklahoma 476
Oregon 341
Pennsylvania 881
Rhode Island 55
South Carolina 552
South Dakota 77
Tennesse 765
Texas 2,928
Utah 224
Vermont 62
Virginia 629
Washington 360
West Virginia 142
Wisconsin 475
Wyoming 59
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This statistic displays the projected number of excess deaths due to reductions in health insurance under Senate health bill in the United States in 2026, by state. According to the statistic, should the Senate Republicans' health insurance reductions take place, there would be almost three thousand excess deaths in 2026 due to health coverage reductions in California.
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Release date
2017
Region
North America, United States
Survey time period
as of July 2017

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