Share of the elderly at various income-to-supplemental-poverty-threshold ratios under 200% MOOP cost scenario, by population subgroup, 2009–2011 average
Notes: Races and ethnicities are presented in mutually exclusive categories, i.e., white refers to non-Hispanic whites, black refers to non-Hispanic blacks, and Hispanic refers to Hispanics of any race. SPM refers to the Supplemental Poverty Measure. MOOP refers to medical out-of-pocket costs, including Medicare premiums and purchases of health care.
Source: Authors' analysis of pooled 2009–2011 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement microdata
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