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Demographic Data Report for Oregon by County
Insurance: Percent uninsured in demographic group, people at or below 138% of poverty
Ages <65, All Races (includes Hispanic), Both Sexes
2021 Small Area Health Insurance Estimates Data
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County
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Value (Percent)
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People (Uninsured)
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Rank within US
(of 3141 counties)
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Oregon 12.3 78,281 17 of 51
Hood River County 20.8 656 2,177
Morrow County 18.2 438 1,821
Washington County 14.6 9,095 1,362
Deschutes County 14.0 3,410 1,278
Marion County 13.9 8,689 1,266
Wasco County 13.4 614 1,172
Clackamas County 13.1 5,000 1,123
Yamhill County 13.1 1,825 1,123
Clatsop County 12.6 824 1,023
Multnomah County 12.5 15,063 1,003
Lake County 12.3 177 967
Sherman County 12.3 34 967
Tillamook County 12.3 512 967
Umatilla County 12.2 1,754 950
Columbia County 11.9 792 892
Lincoln County 11.8 1,046 865
Malheur County 11.7 943 840
Benton County 11.6 1,960 809
Gilliam County 11.6 33 809
Jefferson County 11.6 561 809
Klamath County 11.6 1,855 809
Grant County 11.5 138 779
Lane County 11.0 8,050 671
Linn County 11.0 2,451 671
Jackson County 10.9 4,211 648
Wallowa County 10.9 122 648
Polk County 10.8 1,384 632
Josephine County 10.4 1,988 548
Crook County 10.3 404 535
Union County 10.2 504 504
Coos County 9.5 1,209 366
Curry County 9.3 361 312
Harney County 9.3 138 312
Wheeler County 9.2 28 281
Baker County 8.8 270 204
Douglas County 8.8 1,742 204
Notes:
Created by statecancerprofiles.cancer.gov on 04/16/2024 7:54 am.
Source: Demographic data provided by the Census Bureau and Small Area Health Insurance Estimates.
The race categorization for this statistic does not include individuals who responded with two more races.
For more information about Insurance: Percent uninsured in demographic group, people at or below 138% of poverty, see the dictionary.
Data for United States does not include Puerto Rico.

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