Survey Finds Rate For Young Adult Coverage Improves While Others Decline Last year, approximately 84 million adults, or 46 percent of those aged 19 to 64, did not have health insurance coverage for the entire year or were considered underinsured, according to the findings of the Commonwealth Fund's 2012 biennial health insurance survey. While the number of medically uninsured young adults dropped over the past two years, coverage of the overall working age population failed to improve, according to the findings of the Commonwealth Fund's 2012 biennial health insurance survey released this month. More>
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