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Top 10 Cities with Highest Uninsured Rates in America

Below you can find the list of the top 10 cities with the highest uninsured rates in America (see this article for methodology and our data source).

10. Arlington, TX

The CDC estimates that 23.5% of people in Arlington are uninsured. The age-adjusted prevalence estimate of current lack of health insurance among adults aged 18-64 years in Arlington in 2017 is 23.5%.

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9. Tampa, FL

The CDC estimates that 23.6% of people in Tampa are uninsured. The age-adjusted prevalence estimate of current lack of health insurance among adults aged 18-64 years in Tampa in 2017 is 23.6%.

8. Santa Ana, CA

The CDC estimates that 25.5% of people in Santa Ana don’t have health insurance. The age-adjusted prevalence estimate of current lack of health insurance among adults aged 18-64 years in Santa Ana in 2017 is 24.8%.

7. Fort Worth, TX

The CDC estimates that 26.1% of people in Forth Worth are uninsured. The age-adjusted prevalence estimate of current lack of health insurance among adults aged 18-64 years in Fort Worth in 2017 is 25.8%.

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6. Dallas, TX

The CDC estimates that 29.4% of people in Dallas are uninsured. The age-adjusted prevalence estimate of current lack of health insurance among adults aged 18-64 years in Dallas in 2017 is 29.0%.

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