One-Quarter of Young Adults Lack Health Coverage

Published
  • August 26 2014, 7:32am EDT

A survey that InsuranceQuotes.com commissioned finds that 24 percent of young adults between ages 18 and 29, known as “millennials,” do not have health insurance.

Individuals in this group, according to the vendor, are less likely than all other age groups to have healthcare, automobile, life, homeowner’s, renter’s and disability insurance, according to the survey, which Princeton Survey Research Associates International conducted in English and Spanish with 1,003 responses.

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