AHRQ Report Confirms Fewer Americans Lack Health Insurance.  The percentage of Americans under age 65 who lack health insurance dropped from 18 percent in 2010 to 10 percent in 2015. Data from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality show uninsurance rates declined among poor people, young adults, and across all races. Three graphs show the following data: (Graph 1) Fewer poor people were uninsured in 2015; Percentage of poor people ages 18-64 without insurance. 2010, 44%; 2015, 25%.  (Graph 2) Fewer young adults were uninsured in 2015; Percentage of young adults ages 18-29 without insurance. 2010, 31%; 2015, 15%. (Graph 3) All races have benefitted from expanded insurance; Percentage of people ages 18-64 without insurance. Hispanic, 2010, 42%. Hispanic, 2015, 26%. Black, 2010, 28%. Black, 2015, 14%. White, 2010, 16%. White, 2015, 9%.  Publication Date: April 2016. Source: http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/nhqrdr/nhqdr15/index.html

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