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2004, 2005, and 2006

Number and Percent of Children under 19 Years of Age, at or below 200 Percent of Poverty, by State: Three-Year Averages for, 2004, 20051 and 2006.
(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 77,419 30,075 276 38.8 0.3 5,453 123 7.0 0.2
Alabama 1,152 482 36 41.9 2.5 46 11 4.0 1.0
Alaska 192 65 6 33.9 2.4 9 2 4.9 1.1
Arizona 1,677 795 48 47.4 2.3 194 26 11.6 1.5
Arkansas 715 356 25 49.8 2.6 44 9 6.2 1.2
California 10,068 4,223 113 41.9 0.9 829 53 8.2 0.5
Colorado 1,236 404 35 32.7 2.5 115 19 9.3 1.5
Connecticut 869 216 23 24.8 2.3 29 9 3.3 1.0
Delaware 209 70 7 33.3 2.6 14 3 6.6 1.4
District of Columbia 118 64 6 54.4 3.3 6 2 5.2 1.5
Florida 4,239 1,668 69 39.4 1.3 455 37 10.7 0.8
Georgia 2,482 1,049 53 42.3 1.7 203 24 8.2 1.0
Hawaii 308 89 8 29.0 2.3 7 2 2.2 0.7
Idaho 415 171 13 41.3 2.4 26 5 6.3 1.2
Illinois 3,386 1,186 58 35.0 1.5 217 26 6.4 0.7
Indiana 1,669 639 42 38.3 2.1 80 16 4.8 0.9
Iowa 730 252 22 34.5 2.6 25 7 3.4 1.0
Kansas 724 273 23 37.7 2.6 33 8 4.6 1.1
Kentucky 1,045 455 34 43.5 2.6 60 13 5.8 1.2
Louisiana 1,152 536 37 46.5 2.5 85 15 7.4 1.3
Maine 300 104 11 34.6 2.9 11 3 3.6 1.1
Maryland 1,441 401 34 27.8 2.1 75 15 5.2 1.0
Massachusetts 1,576 423 34 26.9 1.9 44 11 2.8 0.7
Michigan 2,633 971 52 36.9 1.6 87 16 3.3 0.6
Minnesota 1,312 325 30 24.7 2.1 51 12 3.9 0.9
Mississippi 809 426 28 52.7 2.5 88 13 10.8 1.5
Missouri 1,467 562 40 38.3 2.2 79 16 5.4 1.0
Montana 226 96 8 42.5 2.7 21 4 9.5 1.6
Nebraska 460 158 14 34.2 2.5 22 5 4.8 1.1
Nevada 664 253 21 38.0 2.6 63 11 9.5 1.6
New Hampshire 317 65 8 20.4 2.2 8 3 2.6 0.9
New Jersey 2,248 540 40 24.0 1.6 119 19 5.3 0.8
New Mexico 531 254 20 47.8 2.8 61 10 11.6 1.8
New York 4,780 1,930 75 40.4 1.3 228 27 4.8 0.6
North Carolina 2,289 962 51 42.0 1.8 177 23 7.7 1.0
North Dakota 154 55 5 35.5 2.6 10 2 6.5 1.3
Ohio 2,910 1,070 54 36.8 1.6 131 20 4.5 0.7
Oklahoma 912 419 31 46.0 2.6 77 14 8.4 1.5
Oregon 908 368 31 40.5 2.7 69 14 7.6 1.5
Pennsylvania 2,944 1,065 54 36.2 1.6 155 22 5.3 0.7
Rhode Island 262 89 9 34.1 2.7 9 3 3.2 1.0
South Carolina 1,068 468 35 43.8 2.6 61 13 5.7 1.2
South Dakota 199 75 6 37.5 2.4 10 2 4.9 1.1
Tennessee 1,501 631 41 42.1 2.2 80 16 5.4 1.0
Texas 6,739 3,203 97 47.5 1.2 943 57 14.0 0.8
Utah 815 302 21 37.1 2.1 61 10 7.4 1.1
Vermont 142 37 4 26.4 2.6 3 1 2.0 0.8
Virginia 1,920 595 41 31.0 1.8 102 17 5.3 0.9
Washington 1,594 540 40 33.9 2.1 58 14 3.6 0.8
West Virginia 411 183 14 44.6 2.6 20 5 4.8 1.1
Wisconsin 1,376 470 36 34.2 2.2 48 12 3.5 0.9
Wyoming 125 40 4 32.3 2.7 5 2 4.2 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.
  • 1The 2004 and 2005 data have been revised since originally published. See www.census.gov/hhes/www/hlthins/usernote/schedule.html.

Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2005, 2006, and 2007 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.


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