Census Data: Number of Americans Without Health Insurance Falls Amid Middle Class Struggles

Mark Price, Michael Wood (unpublished) |

This report examines data Press Released by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2012, which offers a mix of both good and bad news for Pennsylvania families. This Reports and Briefing Papers outlines how the share of Americans without health insurance has declined, thanks largely to a number of provisions in the Affordable Care Act. We also examine how the data illustrate the struggle that the middle class faces in the wake of the recession.