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2003, 2004, and 2005

Number and Percent of Children under 19 Years of Age, at or below 200 Percent of Poverty, by State: Three-Year Averages for, 2003, 2004, and 2005.
(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 77,151 29,982 275 38.9 0.3 5,532 123 7.2 0.2
Alabama 1,141 493 36 43.2 2.5 48 11 4.2 1
Alaska 196 68 5 34.6 2.3 10 2 5.3 1.1
Arizona 1,627 761 48 46.7 2.3 187 25 11.5 1.5
Arkansas 712 339 24 47.6 2.6 37 8 5.2 1.1
California 10,034 4,190 121 41.8 1 835 56 8.3 0.5
Colorado 1,218 397 33 32.6 2.3 110 18 9 1.4
Connecticut 884 213 21 24.1 2.1 37 9 4.2 1
Delaware 207 68 6 32.9 2.5 13 3 6.2 1.3
District of Columbia 115 62 5 53.7 3.2 7 2 5.8 1.5
Florida 4,187 1,677 71 40.1 1.4 431 36 10.3 0.8
Georgia 2,427 993 56 40.9 1.9 196 26 8.1 1
Hawaii 312 92 8 29.6 2.3 8 2 2.4 0.7
Idaho 404 168 12 41.7 2.4 28 5 7.1 1.2
Illinois 3,409 1,233 60 36.2 1.5 230 27 6.7 0.8
Indiana 1,665 640 41 38.4 2 95 16 5.7 1
Iowa 730 235 21 32.3 2.4 33 8 4.6 1.1
Kansas 724 260 21 36 2.4 34 8 4.8 1.1
Kentucky 1,040 452 34 43.4 2.5 68 13 6.5 1.3
Louisiana 1,195 575 39 48 2.5 88 16 7.3 1.3
Maine 300 109 10 36.3 2.7 11 3 3.7 1.1
Maryland 1,446 416 34 28.8 2.1 73 15 5.1 1
Massachusetts 1,575 431 34 27.4 1.9 50 12 3.2 0.7
Michigan 2,650 968 52 36.5 1.6 88 16 3.3 0.6
Minnesota 1,303 307 28 23.6 2 45 11 3.5 0.9
Mississippi 801 416 27 52 2.5 71 12 8.8 1.4
Missouri 1,463 531 38 36.3 2.2 71 15 4.9 1
Montana 226 105 8 46.4 2.7 24 4 10.7 1.7
Nebraska 463 151 13 32.6 2.4 19 5 4 1
Nevada 643 246 19 38.3 2.4 63 10 9.8 1.5
New Hampshire 321 66 7 20.6 2.1 7 3 2.2 0.8
New Jersey 2,278 550 39 24.2 1.5 125 19 5.5 0.8
New Mexico 520 272 20 52.4 2.8 61 9 11.6 1.7
New York 4,808 1,966 76 40.9 1.3 248 28 5.2 0.6
North Carolina 2,238 955 52 42.8 1.8 179 23 8 1
North Dakota 155 55 5 35.4 2.5 10 2 6.4 1.3
Ohio 2,945 1,043 55 35.4 1.5 153 22 5.2 0.7
Oklahoma 898 406 30 45.3 2.6 86 14 9.5 1.5
Oregon 894 366 29 40.9 2.6 63 13 7 1.4
Pennsylvania 2,980 1,053 54 35.3 1.5 175 23 5.9 0.7
Rhode Island 266 93 8 34.8 2.5 10 3 3.7 1
South Carolina 1,073 461 34 42.9 2.5 66 13 6.2 1.2
South Dakota 201 73 6 36.4 2.3 9 2 4.6 1
Tennessee 1,471 611 43 41.5 2.3 101 18 6.9 1.2
Texas 6,646 3,246 104 48.9 1.2 927 58 14 0.8
Utah 802 288 20 35.9 2 52 9 6.5 1
Vermont 144 41 4 28.1 2.5 3 1 2 0.7
Virginia 1,905 560 41 29.4 1.9 88 17 4.6 0.9
Washington 1,583 568 41 35.9 2.2 72 15 4.5 0.9
West Virginia 412 187 14 45.5 2.5 20 5 5 1.1
Wisconsin 1,391 483 36 34.7 2.2 60 13 4.3 0.9
Wyoming 124 41 4 33.5 2.6 6 2 5.2 1.2

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, 2004, 2005, and 2006 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Health Insurance |  Last Revised: September 17, 2013