Country: United States
Survey Organization: Princeton Survey Research Associates
Field Dates: April 27–July 29, 2001
Sample: Nationally representative sample of adults age 19 and older
Sample Size: 3,508
Interview Method: Telephone
This survey finds that one of four working-age adults ages 19 to 64, some 38 million people, either were uninsured or had been uninsured at some point during the past year. The survey also found that adults who had even a relatively brief spell without insurance—as little as a few months—were just as likely as the long-term uninsured to face problems accessing health care or paying medical bills.
To view the survey questions or topline results, download the attachments posted on the left. To read analyses of the surveys, download the Related Publications, also on the left.
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