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2002, 2003, and 2004

Number and Percent of Children under 19 Years of Age, at or below 200 Percent of Poverty, by State: Three-Year Averages for, 2002, 2003 and 2004.
(Numbers in Thousands)

  Total Children under 19 years, all income levels At or below 200% of poverty At or below 200% of poverty without health insurance
Number Standard error Percent Standard error Number Standard error Percent Standard error
U.S 76,978 29,704 274 38.6 0.3 5,641 125 7.3 0.2
Alabama 1,156 487 34 42.1 2.3 66 13 5.7 1.1
Alaska 199 67 5 33.9 1.9 12 2 5.9 1
Arizona 1,577 685 48 43.4 2.3 163 24 10.3 1.4
Arkansas 711 352 24 49.6 2.5 38 8 5.4 1.1
California 10,017 4,218 136 42.1 1.1 848 62 8.5 0.6
Colorado 1,206 396 27 32.8 1.9 114 15 9.5 1.2
Connecticut 899 220 18 24.5 1.8 36 7 4 0.8
Delaware 207 66 6 32 2.2 11 2 5.5 1.1
District of Columbia 117 61 5 52.7 2.9 7 2 5.9 1.4
Florida 4,146 1,678 73 40.5 1.4 393 36 9.5 0.8
Georgia 2,385 954 65 39.9 2.2 194 30 8.1 1.2
Hawaii 319 103 8 32.2 2.2 10 3 3.1 0.8
Idaho 394 169 12 43 2.3 30 5 7.7 1.2
Illinois 3,416 1,256 61 36.8 1.4 243 27 7.1 0.8
Indiana 1,673 603 38 36 1.9 100 16 6 0.9
Iowa 745 244 18 32.7 2.1 37 7 5 1
Kansas 733 247 18 33.8 2 38 7 5.2 0.9
Kentucky 1,031 456 31 44.2 2.3 78 13 7.6 1.2
Louisiana 1,233 603 41 48.9 2.4 106 17 8.6 1.4
Maine 295 107 8 36.4 2.1 11 2 3.6 0.8
Maryland 1,444 373 30 25.8 1.8 69 13 4.8 0.9
Massachusetts 1,567 434 33 27.7 1.8 53 12 3.4 0.7
Michigan 2,660 957 51 36 1.6 107 17 4 0.6
Minnesota 1,311 311 26 23.8 1.8 51 11 3.9 0.8
Mississippi 802 404 28 50.3 2.5 70 12 8.7 1.4
Missouri 1,462 500 36 34.2 2 57 12 3.9 0.8
Montana 227 105 8 46.3 2.7 23 4 10 1.6
Nebraska 465 156 12 33.5 2.1 18 4 3.9 0.9
Nevada 616 246 16 40 2 72 9 11.7 1.3
New Hampshire 323 66 6 20.4 1.7 8 2 2.6 0.7
New Jersey 2,270 549 37 24.2 1.4 121 18 5.3 0.8
New Mexico 519 269 19 51.9 2.6 51 9 9.8 1.6
New York 4,842 1,974 74 40.8 1.2 271 28 5.6 0.6
North Carolina 2,178 940 53 43.2 1.9 184 24 8.5 1
North Dakota 155 55 4 35.7 2.2 9 2 5.9 1.1
Ohio 3,019 1,034 55 34.3 1.5 156 22 5.2 0.7
Oklahoma 912 412 28 45.1 2.3 86 13 9.4 1.4
Oregon 881 344 25 39.1 2.3 62 11 7 1.2
Pennsylvania 2,997 1,034 53 34.5 1.5 195 23 6.5 0.8
Rhode Island 262 91 6 34.7 2 9 2 3.4 0.7
South Carolina 1,073 446 31 41.6 2.2 62 12 5.7 1.1
South Dakota 204 73 5 35.9 2 8 2 4.1 0.8
Tennessee 1,457 601 46 41.2 2.4 94 18 6.4 1.2
Texas 6,493 3,193 114 49.2 1.3 967 63 14.9 0.9
Utah 803 285 19 35.5 1.9 47 8 5.9 0.9
Vermont 144 42 4 29.3 2.1 3 1 2.1 0.7
Virginia 1,897 557 44 29.4 2 100 19 5.3 1
Washington 1,594 567 42 35.6 2.2 68 15 4.3 0.9
West Virginia 413 197 13 47.7 2.3 24 5 5.8 1.1
Wisconsin 1,405 472 33 33.6 1.9 53 11 3.8 0.8
Wyoming 125 45 3 35.6 2.3 8 1 6.3 1.1

Footnotes:

  • * Average of the three years' percentages: not average 'Number' divided by average Total Children. Results may differ slightly based on the method used.

Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2003, 2004, and 2005 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Health Insurance |  Last Revised: September 12, 2012