The Affordable Care Act and Governor Romney's Plan: A Comparison

Total Population Uninsured in 2020

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Wyoming

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

West Virginia

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Wisconsin

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Washington

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Vermont

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Virginia

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Utah

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Texas

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Tennessee

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

South Dakota

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

South Carolina

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2% 210,000 7.7% 550,000 20.2%
Kansas 430,000 17.8% 190,000 7.9% 530,000 22.0%
Kentucky 780,000 20.6% 350,000 9.3% 900,000 23.8%
Louisiana 1,100,000 27.1% 440,000 10.8% 1,270,000 31.3%
Maine 150,000 14.2% 50,000 4.7% 200,000 18.9%
Maryland 900,000 16.9% 500,000 9.4% 1,080,000 20.3%
Massachusetts 470,000 8.2% 340,000 5.9% 700,000 12.2%
Michigan 1,530,000 17.3% 570,000 6.4% 1,950,000 22.1%
Minnesota 610,000 13.0% 330,000 7.1% 840,000 17.9%
Mississippi 750,000 28.5% 280,000 10.6% 820,000 31.2%
Missouri 1,010,000 18.6% 370,000 6.8% 1,180,000 21.7%
Montana 210,000 25.3% 70,000 8.4% 240,000 28.9%
Nebraska 290,000 18.1% 130,000 8.1% 350,000 21.9%
Nevada 670,000 27.5% 340,000 13.9% 740,000 30.3%
New Hampshire 160,000 13.4% 80,000 6.7% 200,000 16.8%
New Jersey 1,590,000 19.9% 670,000 8.4% 1,920,000 24.0%
New Mexico 520,000 29.1% 240,000 13.4% 570,000 31.8%
New York 3,670,000 20.9% 2,120,000 12.1% 4,720,000 26.9%
North Carolina 1,920,000 23.2% 890,000 10.8% 2,200,000 26.6%
North Dakota 100,000 17.5% 40,000 7.0% 120,000 21.1%
Ohio 1,850,000 18.0% 740,000 7.2% 2,410,000 23.5%
Oklahoma 750,000 23.7% 280,000 8.8% 840,000 26.5%
Oregon 740,000 21.4% 290,000 8.4% 870,000 25.2%
Pennsylvania 1,650,000 15.1% 740,000 6.8% 2,180,000 19.9%
Rhode Island 140,000 15.2% 60,000 6.5% 180,000 19.6%
South Carolina 1,110,000 27.7% 420,000 10.5% 1,270,000 31.7%
South Dakota 130,000 18.3% 40,000 5.6% 150,000 21.1%
Tennessee 1,100,000 19.9% 510,000 9.2% 1,320,000 23.8%
Texas 7,410,000 31.0% 3,500,000 14.7% 8,190,000 34.3%
Utah 470,000 17.8% 210,000 8.0% 530,000 20.1%
Vermont 70,000 12.7% 40,000 7.3% 110,000 20.0%
Virginia 1,310,000 19.4% 490,000 7.2% 1,480,000 21.9%
Washington 1,140,000 19.7% 460,000 7.9% 1,370,000 23.6%
West Virginia 300,000 19.2% 100,000 6.4% 370,000 23.7%
Wisconsin 630,000 12.7% 260,000 5.2% 900,000 18.1%
Wyoming 110,000 22.4% 40,000 8.2% 130,000 26.5%

Rhode Island

Total Population Uninsured in 2022 (Ages 0-64)
State Baseline Affordable Care Act Romney Plan
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 830,000 20.7% 310,000 7.7% 1,010,000 25.2%
Alaska 150,000 25.0% 50,000 8.3% 170,000 28.3%
Arizona 1,550,000 25.1% 690,000 11.2% 1,830,000 29.7%
Arkansas 640,000 25.2% 210,000 8.3% 770,000 30.3%
California 8,580,000 24.6% 4,250,000 12.2% 10,650,000 30.6%
Colorado 800,000 17.5% 390,000 8.5% 1,020,000 22.3%
Connecticut 450,000 14.0% 260,000 8.1% 590,000 18.3%
Delaware 120,000 15.4% 60,000 7.7% 170,000 21.8%
District of Columbia 90,000 16.1% 60,000 10.7% 140,000 25.0%
Florida 4,580,000 28.9% 1,940,000 12.2% 5,150,000 32.5%
Georgia 2,280,000 25.6% 930,000 10.4% 2,510,000 28.2%
Hawaii 120,000 11.7% 70,000 6.8% 170,000 16.5%
Idaho 350,000 24.6% 110,000 7.7% 400,000 28.2%
Illinois 2,280,000 19.1% 1,040,000 8.7% 2,770,000 23.2%
Indiana 1,020,000 18.4% 350,000 6.3% 1,270,000 22.9%
Iowa 440,000 16.2%