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Supplementary Table 7
|Percent with Access Problem1|
|Family Income||Below Poverty||19.7||18.4||18.5|
|100-199% of poverty||17.9||17.1||18.5*|
|200-399% of poverty||14.1||13.0*||15.2*#|
|400% of poverty and above||11.4||11.3||12.3*#|
|Age||Less than 18||6.3||5.5||5.1#|
|65 and over||5.9||6.1||7.7*#|
|Health Status||Excellent or very good||11.7||10.5*||11.2*|
|Fair or Poor||24.7||24.5||26.7*#|
|Medicaid and other state2||15.1||13.9||14.1|
|Metro size||Large metro area4||14.9||13.9*||14.9*|
SOURCE QUESTIONS: "During the past 12 months, was there any time when you didn't get the medical care you needed?" and "Was there any time during the past 12 months when you put off or postponed getting medical care you thought you needed?"
DATE SOURCE: Community Tracking Study Household Survey.
1 Person experienced either an unmet need or delayed care.
2 Includes State Children's Health Insurance Program coverage.
3 Includes military coverage (such as CHAMPUS/Tricare), Indian Health Service coverage, and coverage not included in any other category.
4 Metro area with population greater than 200,000 people.
5 Metro area with population equal to or less than 200,000 people.
* Change from previous round is statistically significant at p<.05.
# Change from 1996-97 to 2000-01 is statistically significant at p<.05.