INTERACTIVE MAP: Georgians without health insurance

mstucka@macon.comSeptember 29, 2013 

This interactive map shows the latest estimates of how many people are without health insurance in Middle Georgia, all of Georgia and all of the United States. Click on a county for detailed information, or scroll and zoom for other locations.

The data were summarized by The Telegraph using the U.S. Census Bureau's estimates of uninsured people as of 2011, through the Small Area Health Insurance Estimates program. The numbers cover only people under the age of 65 and under 400 percent of the poverty rate. More details are available in the story itself.

Click here for a full-screen version of the same map.

To contact writer Mike Stucka, call 744-4251.


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