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Life Insurance Premiums Paid by Saint Pauls Residents

^ North Carolina ranks 10th in the nation in total life insurance premiums paid. [1]

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Saint Pauls Life Insurance Premiums


North Carolina ranks 10th in the U.S. in life insurance premiums paid. North Carolina life insurance premiums accounted for 3.29 percent of all premiums in the nation. [1]

Death Rate in Saint Pauls, NC


The death rate of 784.8 (per 100,000 residents) in the state of North Carolina ranks 13th in the nation, and is approximately 7% greater than the national average of 735.3 (per 100,000 residents) [2]


Saint Pauls Health Insurance Coverage


North Carolina ranks 36th in the U.S. in health insurance coverage, with 84.4 percent of state residents having coverage. [3]

Additional information about North Carolina

About Saint Pauls

The town of Saint Pauls has a population of approximately 2,035 and is located in Robeson County in the state of North Carolina. [4]

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For more information about Saint Pauls Life Insurance, or for additional resources regarding life insurance overall, visit the North Carolina Department of Insurance.

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Nearly one-third of Americans said they need more life insurance in 2015.

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References

1. ^ National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

2. ^ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

3. ^ American Community Survey (ACS)

4. ^ United States Census Bureau (2010)