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Small Area Estimates of Health Insurance Coverage: 2007
The statistics available on this page are synthetic model-based estimates of health insurance coverage in 2007. They were developed by the U.S. Census Bureau through the Small Area Health Insurance Estimate Program (SAHIE).
The percentage of people in each income category and the percent covered by health insurance were predicted for each area and demographic group using aggregate information from the Annual Social and Economic Supplement to the Current Population Survey (CPS ASEC), County Business Patterns (employment data), the Internal Revenue Service, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the Medicaid/Children's Health Insurance Program, and the 2000 Census. These estimates are also consistent with the Census Bureau's estimates of population by county, age, race, and sex. Click here for more information on the SAHIE estimates and the underlying methodology.
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Health Insurance Coverage by State: 2007 (with detail for Michigan and Michigan Counties)
Statewide Data for Michigan and Other States
Percent Uninsured by State, Age, and Income Category: 2007
Health Insurance Coverage by Age, Race and Hispanic Origin, Sex, and Income Group: Michigan, 2007
County Data for Michgan
Health Insurance Coverage by County, Age, Insurance Status, and Income Group: Michigan, 2007
Health Insurance Coverage by County, Age, Sex, Insurance Status, and Income Group: Michigan, 2007