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Poll finds more in Ohio lack medical coverage

Cincinnati Enquirer, August 22, 2008
The number of Ohio adults 18 to 64 without insurance grew to 19% this year, compared to 12% in 2006, according to a poll conducted by the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati. The poll also found that the percentage of adults 18 to 29 who were uninsured "almost doubled" from 2007 to 2008, jumping from 23% to 43%.