A second quarter 2015 Gallup-Healthways poll shows only 11.4% of Adults lack health insurance. This is down 6 points from late 2013 before key ACA changes took effect.
The findings are down from 11.9% in the first quarter and sharpest declines are found among minorities and lower-income adults. Please note that these findings are based on survey data. This survey data draws different conclusions than other studies. While exact numbers may differ from study to study, the Gallup poll is one of the most respected, and all studies show the ACA decreasing uninsured rates.
Learn more about other studies and the uninsured rate on our ACA enrollment numbers page.