The share of uninsured Idahoans ticked up slightly in 2013, according to data released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Small Area Health Insurance Estimate from Census shows 18.8 percent of Idahoans under the age of 65 didn't have health insurance in 2013. That's the year before health insurance subsidies took effect through Idaho's insurance exchange.
Idaho ranked among the top 15 states with the most uninsured people, tying with Arkansas at 11. Census data show Massachusetts had the lowest rate of uninsured people, while Texas had the highest.
According to the Census measure, Idaho's uninsured rate in 2012 was 18.5 percent.