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Business Response Survey to the Coronavirus Pandemic

BRS Charts

Percentage of establishments that continued paying health insurance premiums for some or all employees who were told not to work during the coronavirus pandemic, by state, compared to the national average
State Compared with U.S. private sector average Percentage

Total U.S., private sector

N/A 41.86%

Alabama

Substantially higher 48.50

Alaska

Substantially lower 27.68

Arizona

Relatively similar 45.54

Arkansas

Relatively similar 41.31

California

Relatively similar 42.81

Colorado

Relatively similar 41.39

Connecticut

Relatively similar 46.45

Delaware

Relatively similar 43.57

District of Columbia

Substantially higher 50.48

Florida

Relatively similar 39.53

Georgia

Relatively similar 39.58

Hawaii

Substantially higher 67.11

Idaho

Substantially lower 35.43

Illinois

Relatively similar 40.25

Indiana

Relatively similar 39.75

Iowa

Substantially higher 47.99

Kansas

Relatively similar 45.31

Kentucky

Relatively similar 41.46

Louisiana

Relatively similar 45.90

Maine

Relatively similar 40.57

Maryland

Relatively similar 42.97

Massachusetts

Relatively similar 43.39

Michigan

Relatively similar 40.54

Minnesota

Relatively similar 40.45

Mississippi

Relatively similar 41.06

Missouri

Relatively similar 45.76

Montana

Substantially lower 33.18

Nebraska

Relatively similar 38.78

Nevada

Relatively similar 45.63

New Hampshire

Relatively similar 44.97

New Jersey

Relatively similar 40.25

New Mexico

Substantially lower 34.78

New York

Relatively similar 37.26

North Carolina

Relatively similar 42.21

North Dakota

Substantially higher 48.80

Ohio

Relatively similar 44.08

Oklahoma

Substantially higher 46.92

Oregon

Relatively similar 40.13

Pennsylvania

Relatively similar 45.93

Puerto Rico

Substantially lower 34.60

Rhode Island

Relatively similar 43.46

South Carolina

Relatively similar 42.68

South Dakota

Relatively similar 44.02

Tennessee

Relatively similar 42.44

Texas

Relatively similar 41.70

Utah

Substantially lower 36.05

Vermont

Substantially lower 34.63

Virginia

Relatively similar 41.49

Washington

Relatively similar 42.46

West Virginia

Relatively similar 39.96

Wisconsin

Relatively similar 41.19

Wyoming

Substantially lower 33.81