Missouri will soon be surveying state residents to determine who doesn’t have health insurance and why. The state has received a federal grant of nearly one million dollars to conduct a comprehensive survey as part of a program to determine how to extend coverage to those who don’t have it. The State Health Department’s Connie Mehalevich with the State Health Department says a special group will be formed to analyze the results. Thirty other states are participating in the federal program. Thelatest census data indicates more than ten percent of Missouri’s population is uninsured.