A new study analyzing data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that a large number of working Americans in every state do not have health care coverage, and more than 20 million working adults have none. In eight states, at least one in five working adults is uninsured. The report, was released today by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, found the states with the highest rates of uninsured residents among employed adults include Texas (27 percent), New Mexico (23 percent), Louisiana (23 percent), Florida (22 percent), Montana (21 percent), Oklahoma (21 percent), Nevada (20 percent), and Arkansas (20 percent). The study also found that nationally: - 41 percent of uninsured adults report being unable to see a doctor when needed in the past 12 months, due to cost, compared to just nine percent of adults who have health care coverage, - 56 percent of adults without health care coverage say they do not have a personal doctor or health care provider, compared with just 16 percent of people with health care coverage, - and one in five uninsured adults (20 percent) say their health is fair or poor, compared with nearly one in nine adults with health coverage (12 percent). To view the state-by-state research report, locate Cover the Uninsured Week activities, or download materials in English or Spanish, log on to www.CoverTheUninsuredWeek.org.