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Age

U.S. population (millions)

Percent uninsured within age group

Total deaths

Uninsured excess deaths

Age

U.S. population (millions)

Percent uninsured within age group

Total deaths

Uninsured excess deaths

25–34 35–44 45–54 55–64 Total

38.9 43.3 41.0 28.4 151.5

26.1% 18.0% 13.7% 11.8% 17.7%

40,284 87,232 177,627 266,791 571,934

2,467 3,751 5,890 7,621 19,729

25–34 35–44 45–54 55–64 Total

39.1 42.8 42.7 31.0 155.6

26.0% 18.4% 14.6% 12.4% 18.1%

40,814 82,728 184,322 280,734 588,598

2,488 3,646 6,482 8,411 21,028

AppeNDIx TABle 4. Estimates of excess deaths among uninsured adults age 25–64 for 2003, based on the IOM methodology

AppeNDIx TABle 6. Estimates of excess deaths among uninsured adults age 25–64 for 2005, based on the IOM methodology

Note: Uninsurance estimates for 2004 and subsequent years may not be comparable to estimates for prior years because of corrections made by the Census Bureau in August 2006 to the assignment of dependent coverage on the March Supplement to the CPS.

Sources: Urban Institute analysis of March 2004 Current Population Survey; National Center for Health Statistics, final death rates for 2003.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, March 2006 Current Population Survey; National Center for Health Statistics, preliminary death rates for 2005.

Age

U.S. population (millions)

Percent uninsured within age group

Total deaths

Uninsured excess deaths

Age

U.S. population (millions)

Percent uninsured within age group

Total deaths

Uninsured excess deaths

25–34 35–44 45–54 55–64 Total

39.0 43.1 41.9 29.5 153.4

25.0% 18.4% 14.1% 11.9% 17.6%

39,809 83,315 178,781 268,739 570,644

2,346 3,656 6,070 7,777 19,850

25–34 35–44 45–54 55–64 Total

39.6 42.5 43.4 32.2 157.7

27.1% 18.9% 15.3% 12.7% 18.7%

41,291 82,106 187,251 291,720 602,368

2,616 3,697 6,903 8,995 22,211

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, March 2005 Current Population Survey; National Center for Health Statistics, final death rates for 2004.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, March 2007 Current Population Survey; National Center for Health Statistics, preliminary death rates for 2005.

Note: Uninsurance estimates for 2004 and subsequent years may not be comparable to estimates for prior years because of corrections made by the Census Bureau in August 2006 to the assignment of dependent coverage on the March Supplement to the CPS.

Notes: Uninsurance estimates for 2004 and subsequent years may not be comparable to estimates for prior years because of corrections made by the Census Bureau in August 2006 to the assignment of dependent coverage on the March Supplement to the CPS. Preliminary death rates for 2005 were used because, when the calculations for this table were done, NCHS had not published preliminary or final death rate estimates for 2006.

AppeNDIx TABle 5. Estimates of excess deaths among uninsured adults age 25–64 for 2004, based on the IOM methodology

AppeNDIx TABle 7. Estimates of excess deaths among uninsured adults age 25–64 for 2006, based on the IOM methodology

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