TABLE 2

Observed and Adjusted Estimates of Underinsurance Among Currently Insured CSHCN in the United States, 2005–2006

StateObserved Estimates, % (SE)Adjusted Estimates, % (SE)a
United States33.1 (0.41)
Alabama30.5 (2.10)31.8 (2.22)
Alaska33.2 (2.06)31.6 (2.10)
Arizona35.3 (1.95)35.4 (2.00)
Arkansas30.8 (2.05)33.5 (2.32)
California35.5 (2.29)36.1 (2.42)
Colorado34.6 (2.02)36.2 (2.14)
Connecticut34.4 (1.99)34.3 (2.06)
Delaware32.2 (1.97)33.8 (2.10)
District of Columbia34.7 (2.16)34.3 (2.55)
Florida35.8 (2.14)35.3 (2.23)
Georgia32.6 (2.10)34.1 (2.25)
Hawaii24.3 (1.75)22.9 (1.89)
Idaho36.7 (2.02)35.6 (2.07)
Illinois37.8 (2.13)37.5 (2.22)
Indiana32.7 (2.13)33.1 (2.17)
Iowa28.2 (1.77)28.7 (1.87)
Kansas30.3 (1.93)31.8 (2.09)
Kentucky31.9 (2.04)33.4 (2.13)
Louisiana28.2 (2.27)28.9 (2.37)
Maine25.4 (1.75)25.7 (1.81)
Maryland30.8 (2.12)32.0 (2.20)
Massachusetts32.7 (2.04)33.2 (2.17)
Michigan35.7 (1.99)35.8 (2.03)
Minnesota30.0 (1.94)30.7 (2.03)
Mississippi34.7 (2.05)36.9 (2.22)
Missouri31.0 (1.84)31.8 (1.90)
Montana33.5 (2.00)33.2 (2.07)
Nebraska30.2 (1.89)31.2 (1.99)
Nevada37.0 (2.16)36.2 (2.21)
New Hampshire28.1 (1.80)28.0 (1.85)
New Jersey36.6 (2.15)37.7 (2.21)
New Mexico35.7 (1.89)34.9 (2.00)
New York34.7 (2.05)35.5 (2.13)
North Carolina30.8 (1.91)32.3 (2.00)
North Dakota26.1 (1.81)27.3 (1.89)
Ohio32.0 (1.93)32.6 (1.99)
Oklahoma31.5 (1.98)32.4 (2.06)
Oregon31.3 (1.89)30.0 (1.93)
Pennsylvania30.1 (1.99)31.1 (2.07)
Rhode Island26.8 (1.74)26.8 (1.82)
South Carolina33.0 (1.91)35.5 (2.07)
South Dakota29.7 (1.81)30.8 (1.93)
Tennessee28.3 (1.91)29.0 (2.01)
Texas33.7 (1.99)33.8 (2.10)
Utah34.1 (1.91)34.4 (1.95)
Vermont25.8 (1.83)28.9 (2.05)
Virginia31.7 (1.95)32.6 (2.05)
Washington29.3 (1.84)29.6 (1.97)
West Virginia31.7 (1.95)33.9 (2.17)
Wisconsin34.4 (1.97)35.2 (2.07)
Wyoming34.9 (1.96)36.7 (2.06)
  • a Adjusted for child's age, race/ethnicity, poverty level, gender, family structure, primary language in household, type of insurance, whether a parent had to cut back or stop working because of the child's condition, and severity of condition.