46 million Americans said they would be unable to afford quality healthcare if they needed it today.
More than one in three low-income Americans, or 35%, said they were unable to pay for needed healthcare in the last 12 months during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nearly twice as many Black Americans as white Americans said they would not be able to pay for healthcare, at 29% versus 16% respectively.
One in eight Americans (12%) said they reduced food spending to pay for healthcare.
Among people who earn less than $24,000 each year, one-quarter cut back on food to afford healthcare.
Also among low-income households, 21% had to reduce spending on utilities to afford care.