Poor Physical Health Rate, Self-Reported

New York Finger Lakes Region and Western New York

Low to middle income individuals are much more likely to self-report persistent poor physical health (“not good” for 14 or more days in prior month). Despite the fact that the African-American and Latino populations are concentrated in the lower income ranges, there was no significant difference in their likelihood to report persistent poor physical health compared to whites. Medicaid recipients were much more likely to report 14 or more days of poor physical health than the privately insured.

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