Percentage of Population Uninsured in the Four Corners

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Title

Percentage of Population Uninsured in the Four Corners

Subject

A map of the percentage of the population that has no health insurance in the Four Corners. Whether or not you have health insurance greatly influences your access to care.

Description

This map assigns each county a color based on the percentage of the population uninsured. The categories are as follows: less than or equal to 6.4%, 9.5%, 12.70%, 17.10%, and 23.50%. A higher percentage shows that more of the population is uninsured and limited in their access to care.

Creator

Jacob Dilworth

Source

County Outlines: Downloaded from TIGER/Line Shapefiles at census.gov in November 2020.

Percent Uninsured Data: Downloaded from census.gov in November 2020

Publisher

[Website maintained by Chantel Sloan, Associate Professor in the Public Health Department at Brigham Young University].

Date

Dates included in the map include 2018.

Contributor

Jacob Dilworth

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Map file generated using ArcGIS Pro

Identifier

Uninsured

Coverage

This is a map at the county level of each of the Four Corner States

Files

Uninsured Map.pdf

Reference

Jacob Dilworth, Percentage of Population Uninsured in the Four Corners, [Website maintained by Chantel Sloan, Associate Professor in the Public Health Department at Brigham Young University]., Dates included in the map include 2018.