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Top 20 cities, states with highest, lowest insured rate

WalletHub analyzed the uninsured rate among U.S. cities and states in its "2017's Uninsured Rates By City and By State" report.

WalletHub analyzed data for 547 U.S. cities and 50 states noting uninsured population percentages.

States with the lowest uninsured rate:
Massachusetts — 2.54 percent
Hawaii — 3.53 percent
Vermont — 3.72 percent
Minnesota — 4.12 percent
Iowa — 4.26 percent
Rhode Island — 4:32 percent
Connecticut — 4.89 percent
Kentucky — 5.13 percent
Wisconsin — 5.26 percent
West Virginia — 5.32 percent

States with the highest uninsured rate:
Louisiana — 10.26 percent
North Carolina — 10.43 percent
Nevada — 11.37 percent
Wyoming — 11.55 percent
Mississippi — 11.84 percent
Florida — 12.54 percent
Georgia — 12.94 percent
Oklahoma — 13.77 percent
Alaska — 14.01 percent
Texas — 16.60 percent

Cities with the lowest uninsured rate:
Elk Grove, Calif. — 1.654 percent
Folsom, Calif. — 1.679 percent
Fremont, Calif. — 1.683 percent
Ellicott City, Md. — 1.685 percent
Redondo Beach, Calif. — 1.727 percent
Newton, Mass. — 1.866 percent
Union City, Calif. — 1.889 percent
Newport Beach, Calif. — 1.985 percent
O'Fallon, Mo. — 2.133 percent
San Ramon, Calif. — 2.205 percent

Cities with the highest uninsured rate:
Dallas — 22.238 percent
Passaic, N.J. — 22.689 percent
Baytown, Texas — 22.721 percent
McAllen, Texas — 23.356 percent
Hialeah, Fla. — 23.802 percent
Pasadena, Texas — 25.967 percent
Pharr, Texas — 26.974 percent
Laredo, Texas — 27.023 percent
Mission, Texas — 27.232 percent
Brownsville, Texas — 29.240 percent

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