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Supplementary Table 2
|Percent with family income under 200 percent of poverty||63*||17||62*||87*|
|Percent with more than one chronic condition||36*||39||72*||59*|
* Estimate is significantly different at p<.05 from estimate for those with private insurance.
a. Includes dual-eligibles (those with both Medicare and Medicaid coverage)
Source: HSC Community Tracking Study Household Survey, 1998-99.
These results are linked to the analysis in Reed, Marie C. and Ha T. Tu, Triple Jeopardy: Low Income, Chronically Ill and Uninsured in America, Issue Brief No. 49, Center for Studying Health System Change, Washington, D.C. (February 2002).