According to the American Community Survey, an estimated 10.7 percent of Virginians (747,000 total) under the age of 65 lacked health insurance in 2015. This represents a 1.8 percentage point decline in uninsurance since 2014. The majority of nonelderly uninsured Virginians in 2015 were living in families with income at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level, and more than three-quarters of the nonelderly uninsured were part of working families. This report explores uninsurance in Virginia in detail, including by demographics, income, and region.
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