The (barely) good news: In 2007, the number of uninsured in California went down from 20.2% to 19.5%.
That being said, nearly 1 in 5 Californians -- 6.4 million under age 65 -- were without insurance.
The (real) bad news: It's hard to imagine that situation doing anything but worsening because 2007 was before the national economic meltdown.
And, just to drill down to Fresno County numbers from the so-called CHIS survey by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.... Compared to the rest of the state, residents of Fresno County were more likely to be: