Health insurance is one of the most popular ways to pay for coverage.
The Affordable Care Act, signed into law by President Donald Trump in March, requires most Americans to have health insurance.
But a survey conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that just 9 percent of Americans have health coverage, and that the rate of people without insurance is much higher than what was expected.
In fact, people who are insured at least partly because they are covered by a job, for example, have the highest rate of non-insurance, according to the survey.
That’s because many people who don’t have health care are employed and receive a paycheck, according the Kaiser survey.
In a recent report, Kaiser researchers said that if the Affordable Care Acts coverage requirement is not met, then some 18 million people would lose their coverage over the next 10 years.
That means more than a million more Americans could become uninsured.
While many of those who don´t have health plans will likely find themselves uninsured, they may not know it.
The Kaiser report said that in 2018, about 4.3 million people had coverage that included a co-pay.
That includes people who were insured through their jobs or for the purpose of making payroll.
In 2018, 4.1 million people were uninsured, but that figure includes people in private insurance plans.
And, of those without insurance, about 3 million people do not have health plan options that do not include a co, according Kaiser.