During 2012–2014, the percentage of adults aged 18–64 years who did not get or who delayed medical care during the last 12 months because of cost was higher in nonmetropolitan counties (14.6%) compared with metropolitan counties (10.6%–13.0%). Among adults residing in metropolitan counties, those in large fringe metropolitan counties were less likely to report not getting or delaying medical care (10.6%) compared to those in large central metropolitan counties (12.1%), medium metropolitan counties (12.6%), and small metropolitan counties (13.0%).
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