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2005, 2006, and 2007

Number and Percent of Children under 19 Years of Age, at or below 200 Percent of Poverty, by State: Three-Year Averages for 20051, 2006, and 2007
(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
United States 77,762 30,176 276 38.8 0.3 5,522 124 7.1 0.2
Alabama 1,165 481 36 41.2 2.5 51 12 4.4 1.0
Alaska 192 58 5 30.3 2.4 8 2 4.4 1.1
Arizona 1,735 824 50 47.5 2.2 203 26 11.7 1.4
Arkansas 727 372 25 51.1 2.6 46 9 6.4 1.3
California 10,024 4,154          114 41.4 0.9 800 53 8.0 0.5
Colorado 1,247 398 35 31.9 2.4 111 19 8.9 1.5
Connecticut 868 224 23 25.8 2.3 29 8 3.3 0.9
Delaware 214 71 6 33.0 2.5 13 3 6.0 1.3
District of Columbia 118 62 5 52.7 3.3 6 2 4.8 1.4
Florida 4,260 1,673 69 39.3 1.3 509 39 12.0 0.9
Georgia 2,552 1,049 53 41.1 1.7 210 25 8.2 1.0
Hawaii 309 89 8 29.0 2.3 8 3 2.4 0.8
Idaho 426 171 12 40.2 2.4 29 5 6.7 1.2
Illinois 3,376 1,175 58 34.8 1.5 180 24 5.3 0.7
Indiana 1,676 626 41 37.4 2.1 66 14 3.9 0.8
Iowa 737 239 22 32.4 2.5 20 7 2.7 0.9
Kansas 734 283 23 38.6 2.6 35 8 4.7 1.1
Kentucky 1,058 461 35 43.6 2.6 61 13 5.8 1.2
Louisiana 1,133 503 36 44.4 2.5 91 16 8.0 1.4
Maine 299 105 10 35.1 2.9 11 3 3.6 1.1
Maryland 1,449 380 33 26.2 2.1 74 15 5.1 1.0
Massachusetts 1,557 453 35 29.1 2.0 36 10 2.3 0.7
Michigan 2,596 953 51 36.7 1.7 83 16 3.2 0.6
Minnesota 1,313 355 32 27.0 2.1 51 12 3.9 0.9
Mississippi 813 436 27 53.6 2.5 92 13 11.3 1.6
Missouri 1,476 594 41 40.3 2.3 86 16 5.8 1.1
Montana 228 94 8 41.1 2.7 19 4 8.5 1.5
Nebraska 464 148 13 31.9 2.5 24 6 5.2 1.2
Nevada 684 257 21 37.6 2.5 64 11 9.3 1.5
New Hampshire 315 61 7 19.3 2.2 8 3 2.4 0.9
New Jersey 2,220 583 41 26.3 1.7 146 21 6.6 0.9
New Mexico 532 242 19 45.4 2.7 62 10 11.7 1.8
New York 4,741 1,924 75 40.6 1.3 233 27 4.9 0.6
North Carolina 2,320 991 53 42.7 1.8 198 25 8.5 1.0
North Dakota 154 55 5 35.6 2.6 10 2 6.2 1.3
Ohio 2,900 1,084 55 37.4 1.6 134 20 4.6 0.7
Oklahoma 940 437 31 46.5 2.6 70 13 7.4 1.4
Oregon 914 359 30 39.3 2.7 69 14 7.6 1.5
Pennsylvania 2,918 1,056 54 36.2 1.6 145 21 5.0 0.7
Rhode Island 255 85 8 33.4 2.7 9 3 3.7 1.1
South Carolina 1,087 475 36 43.7 2.6 78 15 7.1 1.3
South Dakota 203 72 6 35.5 2.3 10 2 4.8 1.0
Tennessee 1,526 669 43 43.8 2.2 76 15 5.0 0.9
Texas 6,876 3,240 100 47.1 1.1 955 58 13.9 0.8
Utah 838 302 20 36.0 2.0 63 10 7.6 1.1
Vermont 139 40 4 28.5 2.7 5 2 3.4 1.1
Virginia 1,924 622 42 32.3 1.9 113 18 5.9 0.9
Washington 1,608 516 39 32.1 2.1 61 14 3.8 0.8
West Virginia 415 189 14 45.5 2.6 14 4 3.4 0.9
Wisconsin 1,381 445 36 32.2 2.2 43 11 3.1 0.8
Wyoming 129 41 4 31.9 2.7 6 2 4.7 1.2

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Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2006 to 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.


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