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20 cities with the highest & lowest uninsured rates

Wallethub found Pleasanton, Calif., had the lowest rate of uninsured residents.

Here are 10 cities with the lowest uninsured rates.

1. Pleasanton, Calif. — 1.17 percent
2. Cambridge, Mass. — 1.3 percent
3. Naperville, Ill. — 1.44 percent
4. Highlands Ranch, Colo. — 1.45 percent
5. Newton, Mass. — 1.47 percent
6. Fishers, Ind. — 1.57 percent  
7. Quincy, Mass. — 1.62 percent
8. Milpitas, Calif. — 1.98 percent
9. Alameda, Calif. — 2.20 percent
10. Walford, Md. — 2.33 percent

The 10 cities with the highest uninsured rate include:

1. Pharr, Texas — 33.68 percent
2. Brownsville, Texas — 29.36 percent
3. Union City, N.J. — 26.41 percent
4. Laredo, Texas — 26.01 percent
5. Elizabeth, N.J. — 25.66 percent
6. McAllen, Texas — 25.05 percent
7. Edinburg, Texas — 24.76 percent
8. Mission, Texas — 24.75 percent
9. Pasadena, Texas — 24.64 percent
10. Mesquite, Texas — 23.88 percent

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