WASHINGTON, D.C. ó A look at the percentage of people without health insurance in each state in 2013 and midyear 2014:


2013 2014 Change


Alabama 17.7 15.1 -2.6


Alaska 18.9 16.2 -2.7


Arizona 20.4 17.2 -3.2


Arkansas 22.5 12.4 -10.1


California 21.6 16.3 -5.3


Colorado 17.0 11.0 -6.0


Connecticut 12.3 7.4 -4.9


Delaware 10.5 3.3 -7.2


Florida 22.1 18.9 -3.2


Georgia 21.4 20.2 -1.2


Idaho 19.9 16.6 -3.3


Illinois 15.5 12.3 -3.2


Indiana 15.3 15.0 -0.3


Iowa 9.7 10.3 0.6


Kansas 12.5 17.6 5.1


Kentucky 20.4 11.9 -8.5


Louisiana 21.7 18.4 -3.3


Maine 16.1 13.3 -2.8


Maryland 12.9 8.4 -4.5


Michigan 12.5 11.9 -0.6


Minnesota 9.5 8.8 -0.7


Mississippi 22.4 20.6 -1.8


Missouri 15.2 15.1 -0.1


Montana 20.7 17.9 -2.8


Nebraska 14.5 13.4 -1.1


Nevada 20.0 16.0 -4.0


New Hampshire 13.8 12.4 -1.4


New Jersey 14.9 11.8 -3.1


New Mexico 20.2 15.2 -5.0


New York 12.6 10.3 -2.3


North Carolina 20.4 16.7 -3.7


North Dakota 15.0 13.0 -2.0


Ohio 13.9 11.5 -2.4


Oklahoma 21.4 17.5 -3.9


Oregon 19.4 14.0 -5.4


Pennsylvania 11.0 10.1 -0.9


Rhode Island 13.3 9.3 -4.0


South Carolina 18.7 16.8 -1.9


South Dakota 14.0 11.3 -2.7


Tennessee 16.8 14.4 -2.4


Texas 27.0 24.0 -3.0


Utah 15.6 15.6 0.0


Vermont 8.9 8.5 -0.4


Virginia 13.3 13.4 0.1


Washington 16.8 10.7 -6.1


West Virginia 17.6 11.9 -5.7


Wisconsin 11.7 9.6 -2.1


Wyoming 16.6 12.8 -3.8


Note: The change in uninsured from 2013 to 2014 is in percentage points.


Washington, D.C., was omitted from the data.