Kentucky is one of the states most affected by former President Barack Obama's health care law, new data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows.
Yet it's also a state that has elected some of the law's biggest opponents.
In 2013, 14.3 percent of Kentucky's population had no health insurance. By 2016, just 5.1 percent of the population lacked coverage. That's a 64 percent decline, the largest of any state in the country according to data from the American Community Survey released this week. It's similar to data from other national polls, including the Gallup-Healthways Survey.