NJ Stats: Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Coverage Rates for Children and Adults to 65

Rank Location Total Children 0-18 Adults 19 -65
1 New Hampshire 68% 59% 71%
1 Wyoming 68% 67% 69%
3 Maryland 67% 61% 69%
3 North Dakota 67% 61% 69%
5 Connecticut 66% 62% 67%
5 Minnesota 66% 61% 68%
7 Utah 65% 63% 66%
8 South Dakota 63% 56% 66%
8 Wisconsion 63% 56% 66%
10 Iowa 62% 51% 67%
10 Missouri 62% 55% 65%
12 Delaware 61% 57% 62%
12 Hawaii 61% 49% 66%
12 Massachusetts 61% 52% 64%
12 New Jersey 61% 55% 64%
12 Pennsylvania 61% 50% 65%
12 Rhode Island 61% 53% 63%
12 Virginia 61% 57% 63%
19 Michigan 60% 54% 62%
19 Nebraska 60% 51% 64%
21 Illinois 59% 52% 62%
21 Kansas 59% 50% 63%
21 Vermont 59% 49% 63%
24 Idaho 58% 48% 62%
24 Indiana 58% 51% 62%
24 Ohio 58% 47% 63%
27 Tennessee 57% 48% 61%
28 Maine 56% 48% 59%
29 New York 55% 47% 59%
29 Washington 55% 45% 59%
31 Alaska 54% 44% 58%
31 Montana 54% 49% 56%
31 North Carolina 54% 45% 58%
31 Oregon 54% 49% 57%
35 Alabama 53% 45% 57%
35 Georgia 53% 44% 56%
35 Kentucky 53% 44% 56%
35 Nevada 53% 45% 57%
35 South Carolina 53% 47% 56%
40 Colorado 52% 43% 55%
40 Oklahoma 52% 41% 57%
40 Texas 52% 42% 57%
43 California 51% 44% 54%
44 Louisiana 50% 38% 56%
44 West Virginia 50% 40% 54%
46 Arizona 49% 40% 53%
47 Arkansas 47% 36% 52%
48 Florida 46% 38% 50%
49 Mississippi 45% 33% 50%
50 New Mexico 43% 34% 48%


Total State Average:
57%

New Jersey is 4% higher than the total state average.

Source:
Kaiser Family Foundation. “Employer-Sponsored Covereage Rates for the Noneldery by Age.” 2014. Accessed January 2016. http://kff.org/other/state-indicator/rate-by-age-2/