Population characteristics query

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Median household income

Year(s) State or County Median Household Income

People without health insurance

Year Geography Age Group Sex Number Uninsured Percent Uninsured 90% Confidence Interval Compared to Minnesota

People in poverty

Year Geography Age Group Poverty Threshold Number in Poverty Percent in Poverty 5-Year Population 90% Confidence Interval

People in poverty

Year Geography Age Group Poverty Threshold Number in Poverty Percent in Poverty 5-Year Population 90% Confidence Interval Compared to Minnesota

Household income is calculated using all sources of individual income, including all individuals residing together who are related. Median household income means that half of all households have a higher annual income and half are lower than the median income.

Source: 2017 American Community Survey.

Poverty is defined here by comparing a household's annual income to a set of federal poverty thresholds, as determined by the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2017, for example, a two adult, two child household below the 100% poverty threshold had an annual income below $24,858, below the 185% poverty threshold if less than $45,987 in annual income, and below the 200% poverty threshold if less than $49,716 in annual income for a two adult, two child household. Return to Poverty & Income to learn more.

Data on children without health insurance are available for both sexes combined from 2008-present only.

When comparing county estimates to other counties, confidence intervals should be used with caution because the model-based estimates result in correlated percentages.

Note: These health insurance estimates come from the US Census Bureau's Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE).