Poll: Healthcare lacking in Kentucky
Cincinnati Enquirer, April 22, 2008
One in five Kentucky adults did not have health insurance early in 2008, according to the Kentucky Health Issues Poll. The statewide poll also found that more than one in four Kentucky adults had been uninsured at some time in the previous 12 months. Northern Kentucky had the lowest percentage of uninsured adults, but the highest percentage of adults enrolled in Medicaid, the poll found.
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