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Top 101 counties with the smallest number of children under 18 without health insurance coverage in 2000


1.  Washington County, WI (West Bend, Germantown, Hartford), pop. 117,493: 2.5%
3.  Salem city, VA, pop. 24,747: 2.7%
4.  Putnam County, OH (Ottawa, Leipsic, Columbus Grove), pop. 34,726: 2.9%
6.  Winnebago County, WI (Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha), pop. 156,763: 3.0%
7.  York County, ME (Biddeford, Sanford, Saco), pop. 186,742: 3.1%
10.  Bland County, VA, pop. 6,871: 3.2%
11.  Van Buren County, TN (Spencer, Cedar Grove, Harmony), pop. 5,508: 3.3%
12.  Bristol County, RI (Bristol, Barrington, Warren), pop. 50,648: 3.4%
13.  Blount County, TN (Maryville, Alcoa, Eagleton Village), pop. 105,823: 3.5%
15.  Bath County, VA, pop. 5,048: 3.5%
17.  Goochland County, VA, pop. 16,863: 3.6%
19.  O'Brien County, IA (Sheldon, Hartley, Sanborn), pop. 15,102: 3.7%
20.  Ozaukee County, WI (Mequon, Cedarburg, Port Washington), pop. 82,317: 3.7%
21.  Marion County, IA (Pella, Knoxville, Pleasantville), pop. 32,052: 3.8%
22.  Lexington city, VA, pop. 6,867: 3.8%
23.  Outagamie County, WI (Appleton, Kaukauna, Little Chute), pop. 160,971: 3.9%
24.  Nantucket County, MA (Nantucket), pop. 9,520: 3.9%
25.  Linn County, IA (Cedar Rapids, Marion, Hiawatha), pop. 191,701: 3.9%
26.  Wilkin County, MN (Breckenridge, Rothsay, Campbell), pop. 7,138: 3.9%
27.  Butler County, PA (Butler, Fernway, Zelienople), pop. 174,083: 3.9%
28.  Jasper County, IA (Newton, Colfax, Monroe), pop. 37,213: 3.9%
29.  Burleigh County, ND (Bismarck, Lincoln, Wing), pop. 69,416: 4.0%
30.  Goodhue County, MN (Red Wing, Cannon Falls, Zumbrota), pop. 44,127: 4.0%
31.  Traill County, ND (Mayville, Hillsboro, Hatton), pop. 8,477: 4.0%
32.  Kent County, RI (Warwick, Coventry, West Warwick), pop. 167,090: 4.0%
33.  Dubuque County, IA (Dubuque, Dyersville, Asbury), pop. 89,143: 4.0%
35.  Bristol County, MA (New Bedford, Fall River, Taunton), pop. 534,678: 4.1%
36.  Brown County, MN (New Ulm, Sleepy Eye, Springfield), pop. 26,911: 4.1%
37.  Calumet County, WI (Harrison, Chilton, New Holstein), pop. 40,631: 4.1%
39.  Walsh County, ND (Grafton, Park River, Minto), pop. 12,389: 4.1%
41.  Bremer County, IA (Waverly, Sumner, Denver), pop. 23,325: 4.2%
43.  Craig County, VA (New Castle), pop. 5,091: 4.2%
45.  Powhatan County, VA, pop. 22,377: 4.2%
48.  Boone County, IA (Boone, Madrid, Ogden), pop. 26,224: 4.2%
50.  Rockbridge County, VA (Glasgow, Goshen), pop. 20,808: 4.3%
51.  McPherson County, KS (McPherson, Lindsborg, Moundridge), pop. 29,554: 4.3%
52.  Campbell County, KY (Newport, Fort Thomas, Alexandria), pop. 88,616: 4.3%
53.  Norfolk County, MA (Quincy, Brookline, Weymouth), pop. 650,308: 4.3%
54.  Waukesha County, WI (Waukesha, Brookfield, New Berlin), pop. 360,767: 4.3%
56.  Richland County, ND (Wahpeton, Hankinson, Lidgerwood), pop. 17,998: 4.4%
57.  Benton County, IA (Vinton, Belle Plaine, Walford), pop. 25,308: 4.4%
58.  Bucks County, PA (Levittown, Morrisville, Croydon), pop. 597,635: 4.4%
59.  Steele County, MN (Owatonna, Blooming Prairie, Medford), pop. 33,680: 4.4%
60.  Lake County, OH (Mentor, Willoughby, Eastlake), pop. 227,511: 4.4%
61.  Alleghany County, VA (Clifton Forge, Selma, Iron Gate), pop. 12,926: 4.4%
62.  Olmsted County, MN (Rochester, Stewartville, Byron), pop. 124,277: 4.4%
63.  Plymouth County, IA (Le Mars, Remsen, Akron), pop. 24,849: 4.4%
64.  Cedar County, IA (Tipton, West Branch, Durant), pop. 18,187: 4.5%
65.  Brown County, WI (Green Bay, De Pere, Ashwaubenon), pop. 226,778: 4.5%
66.  Giles County, VA (Pearisburg, Narrows, Pembroke), pop. 16,657: 4.5%
67.  Clay County, IA (Spencer, Everly, Royal), pop. 17,372: 4.5%
69.  Le Sueur County, MN (New Prague, Le Sueur, Montgomery), pop. 25,426: 4.5%
70.  Dane County, WI (Madison, Fitchburg, Sun Prairie), pop. 426,526: 4.5%
71.  New London County, CT (Groton, Norwich, New London), pop. 259,088: 4.5%
72.  Fond du Lac County, WI (Fond du Lac, Waupun, Ripon), pop. 97,296: 4.6%
73.  Trempealeau County, WI (Arcadia, Osseo, Whitehall), pop. 27,010: 4.6%
74.  Middlesex County, CT (Middletown, East Hampton, Clinton), pop. 155,071: 4.6%
75.  Jackson County, WV (Ravenswood, Ripley), pop. 28,000: 4.6%
76.  Dakota County, MN (Eagan, Burnsville, Apple Valley), pop. 355,904: 4.7%
77.  Carver County, MN (Chanhassen, Chaska, Waconia), pop. 70,205: 4.7%
78.  Columbia County, WI (Portage, Columbus, Lake Wisconsin), pop. 52,468: 4.7%
79.  Anoka County, MN (Coon Rapids, Blaine, Fridley), pop. 298,084: 4.7%
81.  Washington County, PA (Washington, Canonsburg, Donora), pop. 202,897: 4.7%
82.  Ontario County, NY (Geneva, Canandaigua, Farmington), pop. 100,224: 4.8%
83.  Putnam County, WV (Teays Valley, Hurricane, Winfield), pop. 51,589: 4.8%
84.  Tucker County, WV (Parsons, Davis, Thomas), pop. 7,321: 4.8%
85.  Windsor County, VT (Hartford, Springfield, Windsor), pop. 57,418: 4.8%
86.  Waseca County, MN (Waseca, Janesville, New Richland), pop. 19,526: 4.8%
87.  Stevens County, MN (Morris, Hancock, Chokio), pop. 10,053: 4.8%
88.  Foster County, ND (Carrington, Glenfield, McHenry), pop. 3,759: 4.8%
91.  Roane County, TN (Harriman, Rockwood, Kingston), pop. 51,910: 4.9%
92.  Clinton County, IL (Breese, Carlyle, New Baden), pop. 35,535: 4.9%
95.  Northampton County, PA (Bethlehem, Easton, Northampton), pop. 267,066: 4.9%
96.  Dodge County, WI (Beaver Dam, Mayville, Horicon), pop. 85,897: 4.9%
97.  La Crosse County, WI (La Crosse, Onalaska, Holmen), pop. 107,120: 4.9%
99.  Sagadahoc County, ME (Bath, Topsham, Richmond), pop. 35,214: 5.0%
100.  Wyandot County, OH (Upper Sandusky, Carey, Sycamore), pop. 22,908: 5.0%
101.  Sarpy County, NE (Bellevue, Papillion, La Vista), pop. 122,595: 5.0%



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