More than a quarter (26.3 percent) of Texans do not own health insurance, giving Texas the lowest rate of health insureds in the nation, according to 2010 data released yesterday by the U.S. Census Bureau; Massachusetts, Hawaii and the District of Columbia represented the states with the highest rates of health insureds, respectively.

Florida (25.3 percent), Nevada (25.1 percent), New Mexico (22.6 percent) and Georgia (21.9 percent) round out the low end of the results.

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