Outcome

Total

Men

Women


Married
(mr)

Single
(sg)

Married
(mr)

Single
(sg)

Married
(mr)

Single
(sg)


Access to Care

No Health Insurance^{1}

.02
N=43 470

.02
N=37 816

.01
N=24 170

.05
N=16 639

.03
N=19 300

.01
N=21 177

Missed care due to cost^{1}

.03
N=40 941

.03
N=35 788

.02
N=22 751

.05
N=15 795

.05
N=18 190

.00
N=19 993

Health Behavior

No exercise^{1}

.01
N=42 775

.01
N=37 080

.00
N=23 772

.01
N=16 277

.02
N=19 003

.02
N=20 803

Fruit Consumption^{2}

1.09
N=20 366

1.14
N=17 669

1.18
N=11 181

1.15
N=7 707

.94
N=9 185

1.14
N=9 962

Vegetable Consumption^{2}

1.01
N=19 932

1.08
N=17 254

1.01
N=10 880

1.09
N=7 507

1.00
N=9 052

1.07
N=9 747

Alcohol Consumption^{2}

.98
N=29 723

.96
N=26 675

.99
N=17 970

.97
N=12 989

.89
N=11 753

.94
N=13 686

Health Outcomes

Selfreported poor health^{1}

.01
N=43 371

.01
N=37 742

.02
N=24 133

.01
N=16 601

.01
N=19 238

.01
N=21 141

Selfreported HTN^{1}

.02
N=22 818

.02
N=19 758

.03
N=12 580

.01
N=8 645

.01
N=10 238

.04
N=11 113

Unhealthy Days^{2}

1.15
N=42 866

1.07
N=37 263

1.17
N=23 823

1.09
N=16 389

1.11
N=19 043

1.07
N=20 874

Poor Mental Health Days^{2}

1.15
N=42 371

1.05
N=36 756

1.20
N=23 569

1.05
N=16 173

1.08
N=18 802

1.06
N=20 583

Poor Physical Health Days^{2}

1.19
N=42 277

1.12
N=36 686

1.20
N=23 524

1.18
N=16 135

1.17
N=18 753

1.08
N=20551

 The data source is BRFSS (19932014 panels). Linear Probability Models and Poisson Regression Models are used to examine dichotomous and count outcomes, respectively. All models control for state earned income tax credit rate, refundability of state earned income tax credit, Maximum food stamp allotment for a family of 3 maximum TANF allotment for a family of 3, 1year lagged GDP, comprehensive Medicaid expansion, age, education and having minor children, year as well as state fixedeffects. All models are weighted for complex survey design and nonresponse. Total population models also control for gender. Standard errors are robust and clustered at the state level. Results of LPMs and PRMs are presented as percentage point differences in the probability of an outcome and Rate Ratios, respectively. All monetary values are inflationadjusted. Boldface indicates statistical significance. Significance levels: *(access to care: pvalue.025, health behaviors: pvalue.0125, and health outcomes: pvalue .010) Notes: 1. Marginal effect 2. Rate Ratio