Module 2- Lecture 2
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- Public Affairs
- Public Affairs 201
- Module 2- Lecture 2
Last Modified: 2011-07-01
2. 32 million MEPS (Medical Expenditures Panels Survey)
3. 19.5 million SIPP (Survey of Income and Program Participation)
4. Hispanics, non-citizen immigrants, self-employed
2. 64.2 SIPP
3. Children more likely in this category
2. 41.4 SIPP
2. Those who are unemployed
3. People who work for smaller businesses
4. Those who are self-employed
3. Educational Attainment
4. Income and Poverty Status
6. Eligibility of Public Programs
2. Usually annual
2. More likely- low income, men, young adults, minorities, self-employed, non-citizen immigrants, employees of small firms
3. BUT includes- high income, women, all age groups, non-hispanic whites, employees of very large firms
2. Do not purchase insurance offered by employer (affordability)
3. Self-employed or no employment-linked insurance and do not purchase on individual market (affordability)
4. Do not enroll in public programs
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