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Estimates of Health Insurance Coverage in the Community Tracking Study and the Current Population Survey

Technical Publication No. 16
November 1998

This document analyzes the reasons for the differences in the insurance estimates from the CTS 1996-97 Household Survey and the March 1997 Current Population Survey.

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Estimates of Health Insurance Coverage in the Community Tracking Study and the Current Population Survey (*.pdf)

 

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