Interactive: Where the Uninsured Live

SHARE Interactive: Where the Uninsured Live

As the March 31 deadline to enroll in an Affordable Care Act plan without paying a penalty approaches, “navigators,” who help people sign up for health care, are targeting parts of Cook County and the state with high rates of uninsured residents. Roll over the “i” markers to see detailed views:

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Source: U.S. Census, Rob Paral & Associates

And an update on Obamacare enrollees as of Feb. 1 by state. Shown here as per 1,000 residents:

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