This figure represents 11.3% of Nebraska's median income. About 9% of the state's population is uninsured, according to data from the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation.
9. Tennessee: $7,900.
This represents 13.9% of the median income in Tennessee. Some of the highest potential healthcare costs in the country are focused in the south, the Commonwealth study pointed out. About 9% of the population in Tennessee is uninsured.
8. North Carolina: $8,015.
North Carolina is one of eight US states where the average potential cost of healthcare topped $8,000, according to the report. The figure represents 13.8% of the median income in North Carolina, and about 11% of the state population is uninsured.
7. Alaska: $8,058.
This figure represents 10.4% of the state's median income. About 14% of Alaska's population in uninsured.
This amount comes to 14.3% of the median income in Arizona. Across the US, health insurance premiums and deductibles represented about 11.7% of income in 2017, making Arizona above the national average. About 10% of the state population is uninsured.
5. Virginia: $8,104.
This is about 11% of median income in Virginia. Of all the people in the state, about 9% are uninsured.
4. Texas: $8,239.
This amount is about 13.7% of the state's median income. About 17% of people in Texas do not have health insurance.
3. Delaware: $8,279.
This represents about 13.7% of median income in Delaware. Around 6% of people in Delaware are uninsured.
2. South Dakota: $8,286.
This represents about 12% of the median income in the state. About 9% of the state's population is uninsured.
Though people in the state pay more each year for health insurance and deductibles, New Hampshire also has the highest median income in the country, or about $75,000 a year, the Commonwealth researchers noted. About 6% of people in the state are uninsured.