“Right to Work,” by the Numbers: Part 9: Previously Uninsured Americans Who Now Receive Health Insurance through the Federal Exchanges Established under the Affordable Care Act

Pro-Labor and Right-to-Work States

 

Uninsured, by State, in August 2014:

Uninsured in August 2014

Source: Gallup Well-Being Index [http://www.well-beingindex.com/].

 

Uninsured, by County, in August 2014:

Uninsured in August 2014, by County

Source: Enroll America [https://www.enrollamerica.org/research-maps/maps/changes-in-uninsured-rates-by-county/]

 

Percentages Using Federal Exchanges:

Percentages Using Federal Exchanges

Source: Washington Center for Equitable Growth [http://equitablegrowth.org/interactive/aca-beneficiaries/]

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Previous posts in this series have included:

Part 1: Population Growth and Movement: https://academeblog.org/2013/04/03/2666/.

Part 2: Immigration: https://academeblog.org/2013/04/21/right-to-work-by-the-numbers-part-2/.

Part 3: Unemployment Rates, by State: https://academeblog.org/2013/04/30/right-to-work-by-the-numbers-part-3/.

Part 4: Historic Highs and Lows in Unemployment, by State: https://academeblog.org/2013/05/05/right-to-work-by-the-numbers-part-4/.

Part 5: Employment in Manufacturing: https://academeblog.org/2013/05/10/right-to-work-by-the-numbers-part-5/.

Part 6: Loss of Employment in Manufacturing, before and during the Great Recession: https://academeblog.org/2013/07/21/right-to-work-by-the-numbers-part-6/.

Part 7: Right to Work by the Numbers: GDP by State and GDP per Capita by State: https://academeblog.org/2013/12/16/right-to-work-by-the-numbers-gdp-by-state-and-gdp-per-capita-by-state/.

Part 8: Right to Work by the Numbers: GDP in Urban and Rural Areas: https://academeblog.org/2014/02/21/right-to-work-by-the-numbers-part-8-gdp-in-urban-and-rural-america/.

 

My other posts on “right to work” have included:

“Right to Work” Provides Workers with Many Rights: https://academeblog.org/2015/02/07/right-to-work-provides-workers-with-many-rights/.

Right to Work Isn’t Going Away, at Least for the Moment: https://academeblog.org/2012/09/07/right-to-work-isnt-going-away-at-least-for-the-moment/.

Right to Work Is an Insult to Intelligence: https://academeblog.org/2012/12/11/right-to-work-is-an-insult-to-intelligence/.

Right to Work Is an Insult to Intelligence, Addendum: https://academeblog.org/2012/12/12/right-to-work-is-an-insult-to-intelligence-addendum/.

Right to Work Introduced in the Ohio House: https://academeblog.org/2013/05/01/right-to-work-bills-introduced-in-ohio-house/.

John McNay, President of the Ohio Conference, Addresses “Right to Work”: https://academeblog.org/2014/01/29/john-mcnay-president-of-the-ohio-conference-addresses-right-to-work/.

The Numbers Support Patricia Arquette, Not Her Critics (And They Indicate a Truth about “Right to Work” as Well): https://academeblog.org/2015/02/23/the-numbers-support-patricia-arquette-not-her-critics-and-they-indicate-a-truth-about-right-to-work-as-well/.

 

 

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