Analyzing the Kerry and Bush Health Proposals

Joseph Antos, Roland (Guy) King, Donald Muse, Wildsmith. Tom, Judy Xanthopoulos
Content Type
Working Paper
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
The number of Americans without health insurance remains high. According to the latest Census Bureau figures, 45 million people were uninsured during 2003, an increase of almost 1.4 million from the year before. About 15.6 percent of the population did not have health insurance last year. That is the highest rate of non-coverage since 1998, when 16.3 percent were uninsured.
Government, Human Welfare, Politics
Political Geography
United States