Uninsured adult U.S. men in 2017, by family poverty level

This statistic shows the number of nonelderly adult men in the U.S. without health insurance in 2017, by family poverty level. In that year, there were around 2.6 million uninsured men from families in the 400%+ poverty level category.

Number of adult men without health insurance in the U.S. in 2017, by family poverty level (in millions)*

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Source

Release date

January 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

2017

Age group

19-64 years

Special properties

men without health insurance

Supplementary notes


The U.S. Census Bureau's poverty threshold for a family with two adults and one child was $19,730 in 2017. This is the official measurement of poverty used by the federal government and the definition used in these tables.

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