The proportion of uninsured working-age adults declined 7.1 percentage points in 2014 among African Americans, 7 percentage points among Hispanics, 4 percentage points among Asians and 3 percentage points among whites, according to a report released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hispanic adults were most likely to be uninsured based on the National Health Interview Survey (34.1%), followed by African American (17.6%), Asian (12.1%) and white (11.5%). Hispanic and white adults were more likely to have a usual place for medical care and less likely to forgo needed care due to cost than they were in 2013, while African American and Asian adults did not show significant improvement on those measures.