Texas continues to have the highest rate in the country of people without health insurance and ranks among the highest in poverty.
The U.S. Census released data Tuesday that provides a snapshot of how Americans were doing economically in 2012.
Almost 25 percent of Texans did not have health insurance, compared to the national average of 15.4 percent. The rate was much higher among working-age adults, with 32 percent lacking health coverage.
Texas ranked eighth in the nation in poverty, with 17.2 percent of the population living in poverty. For a family of three, that's less than $18,500 a year.
The data shows Texas made no progress in reducing the number of uninsured or the number or people living in poverty, which includes a third of Texas children.
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