Mapping Health Care Reform

By Jacqueline Klingebiel

Oct 22, 2009 9:00am

Ron Brownstein of the National Journal crunched some new Census numbers with fascinating results. He looked at the percentage of people who are uninsured in each Congressional district and found:

If health care reform passes, many of the districts that benefit most from the federal subsidies to expand access to coverage will be those represented by members who voted against the bill. "There's no question that is the case," said Robert Blendon, a professor of health policy at the Harvard University School of Public Health. 

Be sure to check out the interactive map HERE.

- George Stephanopoulos

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