Data from the U.S. Census Breau shows that Hoosiers are more likely to lack health insurance than Americans in general.
In 2012, 16.4 percent of Indiana residents were without health insurance, compared with 15.4 percent nation wide.
One of the reasons could be the high unemployment rate.
Most Americans receive insurance through their employers.
Overall, the most recent Census figures show only a small increase in the number of Americans with health insurance.