The latest numbers from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) show that at least 17 states have less than 10 percent of their residents covered by their own health care systems.
The latest numbers show that 14 states have between 10 and 19 percent of residents covered, according to the latest CMS data.
Only three states — Florida, Tennessee, and Kentucky — have more than 10.5 percent of uninsured residents.
The states with the lowest percentage of residents enrolled in their own insurance programs are Arizona, Georgia, and South Carolina.
Georgia has the lowest uninsured rate, with 9.9 percent, while South Carolina has the second-lowest rate, at 7.6 percent.
At the state level, the lowest rate is in Alabama, where the uninsured rate stands at 2.9, while Alaska is at 2 percent.
States with the highest percentage of uninsured people are Louisiana, Mississippi, West Virginia, and Mississippi State.
The top states for the uninsured population are Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama.
The biggest losers from the lack of health care are those with private insurance.
Overall, the uninsured in each state are more likely to be in poverty than the rest of the population.
In fact, the average income of uninsured individuals in each of the top 50 states is more than four times the average for all adults.
States in the bottom half of the distribution have the worst outcomes, according the latest data from the report.
Alabama has the worst health care system, with just 9.5 of its residents covered.
Georgia has the third-worst, with 4.5 uninsured.
The uninsured rate in Alaska is 16.7 percent.
The report also found that the uninsured increase the chances of dying by 20 percent in the first three months of life.
States that have the highest death rates are West Virginia and Tennessee.
The state that has the highest rates of uninsured death are Louisiana.
States in between have lower death rates.
In the bottom 50, there are just 6.8 uninsured deaths per 100,000 residents, compared to 12.2 for the top half of population.
States where the death rate is higher than average are Alabama, Georgia and Texas.
States near the bottom have lower life expectancy at birth than the top states.
Alabama, Tennessee or Georgia have the best rates of life expectancy.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that states with poor health care, such as Alabama, have higher rates of deaths due to obesity and diabetes.