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1994, 1995, and 1996

Number and Percent of Children under 19 Years of Age, at or below 200 Percent of Poverty, by State: Three-Year Averages for, 1994, 1995, and 1996 .
(Numbers in Thousands)

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                      |          AT OR BELOW        |    AT OR BELOW 200% OF POVERTY |
                      |        200% OF POVERTY      |      WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE  |
        Total children|_____________________________|________________________________|
        under age 19, |      Standard       Standard|       Standard        Standard |
     all income levels|Number error    Pct.  error  |Number  error     Pct.   error  |
______________________|_____________________________|________________________________|
                      |                             |                                |
Alabama.......  1,221 |   576    50.2   47.1   3.0  |   145    25.1    11.9      1.9 |
Alaska........    215 |    63     6.2   29.4   2.4  |    12     2.7     5.3      1.2 |
Arizona.......  1,341 |   714    53.9   53.1   2.8  |   239    31.1    17.6      2.1 |
Arkansas......    716 |   380    31.0   52.8   3.0  |    98    15.7    13.7      2.0 |
California....  9,464 | 4,674   152.7   49.4   1.2  | 1,259    80.9    13.3      0.8 |
Colorado......  1,064 |   341    36.9   32.0   2.9  |    92    19.1     8.6      1.7 |
Connecticut...    883 |   303    36.4   34.2   3.4  |    55    15.6     6.2      1.7 |
Delaware......    182 |    70     8.1   38.5   3.5  |    15     3.7     8.1      1.9 |
D.C...........    139 |    79     7.7   57.4   3.6  |    12     3.0     8.9      2.1 |
Florida.......  3,627 | 1,735    82.1   47.8   1.7  |   421    40.8    11.6      1.1 |
Georgia.......  2,070 |   927    75.8   44.8   2.7  |   215    36.8    10.4      1.7 |
Hawaii........    297 |   120    13.3   39.8   3.4  |    14     4.5     4.5      1.5 |
Idaho.........    347 |   163    13.4   47.0   2.8  |    31     5.8     8.9      1.6 |
Illinois......  3,365 | 1,317    72.7   39.2   1.7  |   196    28.1     5.8      0.8 |
Indiana.......  1,595 |   618    61.2   38.2   3.0  |   121    27.5     7.6      1.7 |
Iowa..........    849 |   312    30.7   36.7   2.9  |    71    14.6     8.4      1.7 |
Kansas........    748 |   323    29.6   43.2   3.0  |    52    12.0     6.9      1.5 |
Kentucky......  1,056 |   511    45.1   48.4   3.1  |   116    21.5    11.0      1.9 |
Louisiana.....  1,273 |   708    55.3   55.6   2.9  |   180    27.8    14.2      2.1 |
Maine.........    296 |   107    12.8   36.1   3.5  |    27     6.5     9.0      2.1 |
Maryland......  1,384 |   475    52.8   34.4   3.1  |   101    24.6     7.3      1.7 |
Massachusetts.  1,555 |   495    38.9   31.8   2.0  |    75    15.2     4.8      0.9 |
Michigan......  2,749 | 1,029    60.5   37.5   1.8  |   142    22.7     5.1      0.8 |
Minnesota.....  1,353 |   441    46.2   32.6   2.8  |    60    16.7     4.5      1.2 |
Mississippi...    806 |   481    36.0   59.6   2.9  |   114    17.6    14.1      2.0 |
Missouri......  1,346 |   525    55.4   39.1   3.3  |   104    24.8     7.7      1.8 |
Montana.......    247 |   120    10.1   48.1   2.9  |    19     4.1     7.9      1.6 |
Nebraska......    497 |   183    17.8   36.9   2.9  |    28     6.8     5.5      1.3 |
Nevada........    418 |   161    16.6   38.5   3.1  |    45     8.9    10.8      2.0 |
New Hampshire.    298 |    82    11.5   27.8   3.3  |    18     5.1     6.0      1.7 |
New Jersey....  2,063 |   577    42.2   28.0   1.8  |   159    22.5     7.7      1.1 |
New Mexico....    598 |   358    24.5   59.6   2.6  |   109    13.6    18.4      2.1 |
New York......  5,008 | 2,268    89.1   45.3   1.3  |   441    39.7     8.8      0.8 |
North Carolina  1,736 |   729    49.1   42.1   2.2  |   163    23.4     9.3      1.3 |
North Dakota..    182 |    64     6.5   35.0   2.9  |    10     2.5     5.3      1.3 |
Ohio..........  3,192 | 1,238    69.4   38.7   1.7  |   210    28.9     6.6      0.9 |
Oklahoma......    924 |   461    38.4   49.8   3.0  |   142    21.3    15.3      2.1 |
Oregon........    865 |   375    37.1   43.4   3.3  |    82    17.2     9.5      1.9 |
Pennsylvania..  3,139 | 1,182    67.7   37.7   1.7  |   192    27.5     6.1      0.8 |
Rhode Island..    236 |    83    10.5   35.1   3.5  |    17     4.7     6.9      1.9 |
South Carolina  1,033 |   529    45.9   51.0   3.1  |   129    22.7    12.5      2.0 |
South Dakota..    217 |    90     7.9   41.4   2.8  |    10     2.6     4.5      1.2 |
Tennessee.....  1,528 |   746    63.8   48.8   3.0  |   166    30.3    10.8      1.8 |
Texas.........  5,841 | 2,958   120.1   50.6   1.5  | 1,074    73.2    18.4      1.2 |
Utah..........    711 |   275    22.5   38.7   2.5  |    47     9.3     6.6      1.3 |
Vermont.......    166 |    65     7.1   39.1   3.3  |     6     2.3     3.8      1.3 |
Virginia......  1,636 |   625    61.6   38.4   3.0  |   111    25.6     6.8      1.5 |
Washington....  1,482 |   545    56.9   36.7   3.1  |   109    25.4     7.3      1.7 |
West Virginia.    400 |   206    19.2   51.6   3.3  |    29     7.2     7.2      1.7 |
Wisconsin.....  1,498 |   501    50.8   33.4   2.8  |    62    18.0     4.1      1.1 |
Wyoming.......    145 |    58     5.7   40.1   3.0  |    15     2.9    10.1      1.9 |
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Note: Percentages listed are averages over the three years' percentages, not the percentage of the average numbers (calculated as 'Number' divided by 'Total Children'). Results may differ slightly based on the method used.

Source: U. S. Bureau of the Census, March 1994, 1995, and 1996 Current Population Surveys.


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