Children under 6 were less likely than those 6 to 17 to have no usual source of healthcare (3% vs. 5%). Uninsured children were ten times more likely than insured children to have no usual source of healthcare (28% vs. 2%). For uninsured children under 6 the rate was 20% and for those age 6 to 17 the rate was 29%.
For adults ages 18-64 data on “no usual source of healthcare” show
- 20% of all adults ages 18 to 64 had no usual source of healthcare
- the rate for poor adults in that age group was 33%
- adults ages 18 to 44 were less likely than those ages 45 to 64 to have no usual source of healthcare (25% vs. 12%)
- The rate was highest for uninsured adults at 54%
- The rate was lowest for insured adults at 11%
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