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Supplementary Table 5
|Percent That Delayed Medical Care|
|U.S. Adult Total||12.3||10.8*||12.1*|
|Family Income||Below Poverty||15.0||12.1*||13.9*|
|100-199% of poverty||14.9||13.9||14.4|
|200-399% of poverty||12.4||10.7*||13.0*|
|400% of poverty and above||9.2||8.9||10.0*|
|Health Status||Excellent or very good||10.9||9.3*||10.4*#|
|Fair or Poor||13.9||13.5||14.8*|
|Medicaid and other state1||16.6||14.3||17.5|
|Metro size||Large metro area3||11.9||10.3*||11.8*|
|Small metro area4||12.7||12.6||12.9|
SOURCE QUESTION: "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 Includes State Childrens Health Insurance Program coverage.
2 Includes military coverage (such as CHAMPUS/Tricare), Indian Health Service coverage, and coverage not included in any other category.
3 Metro area with population greater than 200,000 people.
4 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.