While poverty and economic insecurity are too high across the country, some parts of the nation fare better than others. Use our interactive map to learn more about the economic health of your state and congressional district across a variety of indicators.

11.8%

38.1 million people in the U.S. fell below the poverty line in 2018.

Health Insurance Coverage - 2019

Map Key
  • Less than 15 %
  • 15.1 - 20 %
  • 20.1 - 25 %
  • 25.1 - 27 %
  • More than 27 %

Percentage of people under age 65 and below 138 percent of the poverty line who did not have health insurance at any time in 2018

States Ranked by Health Insurance Coverage Rate (2019)

State Name Health Insurance Coverage Rank
Massachusetts 5.3%1st
District of Columbia 5.3%2nd
Vermont 5.6%3rd
Rhode Island 6.4%4th
Hawaii 8.6%5th
New York 8.7%6th
Delaware 9.2%7th
Michigan 9.3%8th
Iowa 9.7%9th
Kentucky 9.8%10th
Minnesota 10.1%11th
West Virginia 10.1%12th
Pennsylvania 10.9%13th
Connecticut 11.0%14th
New Hampshire 11.4%15th
Ohio 11.6%16th
Washington 11.6%17th
Wisconsin 11.7%18th
Louisiana 12.3%19th
California 12.4%20th
Oregon 12.9%21st
Arkansas 13.2%22nd
Maryland 13.2%23rd
Illinois 13.4%24th
Colorado 14.0%25th
New Mexico 14.2%26th
Montana 14.2%27th
Indiana 15.0%28th
Maine 16.4%29th
North Dakota 16.6%30th
New Jersey 17.6%31st
Arizona 18.3%32nd
Idaho 19.6%33rd
Nevada 19.8%34th
South Carolina 20.1%35th
Tennessee 20.1%36th
Missouri 20.8%37th
Alaska 20.9%38th
Kansas 21.0%39th
Virginia 21.2%40th
Utah 21.5%41st
Nebraska 22.0%42nd
Alabama 22.2%43rd
North Carolina 22.2%44th
Wyoming 22.7%45th
Mississippi 23.5%46th
Florida 23.9%47th
Oklahoma 26.2%48th
South Dakota 26.8%49th
Georgia 27.2%50th
Texas 31.9%51st