Many Americans have aching holes in their personal protection plans.
Analysts at Cigna (NYSE:CI) report on the gaps in a recent electronic survey of 1,847 U.S. residents ages 25 to 64, with an annual household income of at least $25,000.
The Cigna analysts found big, lingering gaps in the benefits survey participants had and the benefits they wish they had. About 63 percent of the participants said they had dental insurance — but only 7 percent of the remaining 37 percent said they were not interested in owning dental insurance. Thirty percent said they wish they had dental insurance.