Approximately 90.1% of those with disabilities (about 39.1 million), ages 18 to 64 years and living in the community, have health insurance coverage, as of 2017. In contrast, 87.5% of those without disabilities, ages 18 to 64 years and living in the community, had health insurance coverage. This equals a health insurance coverage gap between those with and those without disabilities of 2.6 percentage points. In other words, 2.6% more individuals with disabilities had health insurance than individuals without disabilities. These findings were reported in the "The Annual 2018 Disability Statistics Compendium, Report, and Supplement . . .