Ethnicity and location of birth seem to play a role in whether someone will be uninsured in the U.S. in 2003, Hispanics and blacks were at the greatest risk of being uninsured. That same year, 13% of native-born Americans lacked insurance, compared with 34.5% of those born abroad. Among foreign-born residents, 17.1% of naturalized citizens were uninsured while 45.3% of noncitizens were uninsured
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