State-by-state changes in uninsured rates from 2010-15

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Nevada, Oregon and California led the nation in the largest change in uninsured rates from 2010 to 2015, a WalletHub analysis found.

WalletHub analysts used U.S. Census Bureau data to compare overall insurance rates throughout the 50 states. Analysts reported an overall 6.02 percent decrease in uninsured rates nationally in the time period.

Here is a state-by-state look at percent changes in uninsured rates from 2010 to 2015, listed from highest to lowest.

Nevada: -10.34 percent

Oregon: -10.13 percent

California: -9.96 percent

Kentucky: -9.23 percent

New Mexico: -8.68 percent

West Virginia: -8.64 percent

Arkansas: -7.97 percent

Florida: -7.93 percent

Colorado: -7.86 percent

Washington: -7.62 percent

Idaho: -6.70 percent

Illinois: -6.67 percent

South Carolina: -6.63 percent

Texas: -6.61 percent

Rhode Island: -6.47 percent

Michigan: -6.28 percent

Arizona: -6.05 percent

Louisiana: -5.87 percent

Georgia: -5.85 percent

Ohio: -5.79 percent

Montana: -5.67 percent

North Carolina: -5.58 percent

Mississippi: -5.50 percent

Indiana: -5.20 percent

Alaska: -4.99 percent

Oklahoma: -4.96 percent

Utah: -4.86 percent

New York: -4.84 percent

New Hampshire: -4.79 percent

Kansas: -4.75 percent

Maryland: -4.68 percent

Minnesota: -4.56 percent

New Jersey: -4.53 percent

Alabama: -4.47 percent

Iowa: -4.28 percent

Vermont: -4.23 percent

Tennessee: -4.08 percent

Hawaii: -3.92 percent

Virginia: -3.92 percent

Delaware: -3.84 percent

Pennsylvania: -3.80 percent

Wisconsin: -3.77 percent

Missouri: -3.39 percent

Wyoming: -3.39 percent

Nebraska: -3.28 percent

Connecticut: -3.14 percent

South Dakota: -2.18 percent

North Dakota: -2.01 percent

Maine: -1.73 percent

Massachusetts: -1.59 percent   

For the complete WalletHub analysis, click here.  

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