Wyoming came in 45th out of the 50 states for the most number of residents that don't have health insurance, according to WalletHub.

Wyoming decreased by 2.67% from 2010-2017 for residents that don't have health insurance.  9.5% of uninsured children left Wyoming at 48th out of 50 and 13.10% of adults were uninsured.  WalletHub came up with these numbers by comparing overall insurance in all 50 states in 2017 using the U.S. Census Bureau data.  They also checked out rates based on age, race, and income.

Wyoming is one of 17 states that hasn't expanded Medicaid in the past eight years.

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