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Industry Issues

The objectives of this analysis are to: 

  • Highlight the ownership and coverage levels of Black households 
  • Examine their attitudes in order to increase an understanding of this market 

Key Findings

  • Life insurance ownership of Black households is higher than that of all U.S. households.
  • The mean coverage amount of Black households is about 23 percent lower than that of all households.
  • Six in 10 Black households indicate that they are very/fairly likely to buy life insurance in the near future.

Related Resources

Black Households: U.S. Life Insurance (2017)

 

 

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