Estimates of Child Care Eligibility and Receipt for Fiscal Year 2009. Appendix II. Child Care Eligibility and Receipt - Tables

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Appendix Table 1: Number of Children Potentially Eligible for Child Care Subsidies under Federal Parameters, Average Monthly, Calendar Year 2009

Age of Child Parent is Student Parent Employed 1-19 Hours Parent Employed 20+ Hours Family Income <=100% Poverty Family Income 101-150% Poverty Family Income >150% Poverty All Eligible Children
** Cells with estimated populations under 50,000 are not shown
Totals may not sum due to rounding
See Notes on Appendix II Tables
Source: Current Population Survey, ASEC, analyzed with the TRIM3 Microsimulation Model
0 133,850 66,210 755,280 314,240 182,210 458,880 955,330
1 112,270 108,930 797,890 298,850 244,710 475,530 1,019,090
2 113,610 106,420 854,260 339,630 244,750 489,920 1,074,290
3 123,640 70,380 923,300 335,300 243,050 538,970 1,117,320
4 117,210 78,510 868,470 341,960 236,220 486,010 1,064,190
5 88,370 90,720 868,000 288,400 216,180 542,520 1,047,090
6-9 297,300 322,770 3,759,530 1,142,740 944,660 2,292,200 4,379,600
10-12 181,000 229,550 2,557,190 679,300 694,630 1,593,820 2,967,740
13+ ** ** 103,680 ** ** 67,100 135,120
All 1,181,810 1,090,370 11,487,600 3,765,180 3,049,670 6,944,930 13,759,780

 

Appendix Table 2: Number of Children Eligible for Child Care Subsidies under CCDF State-Defined Rules, Average Monthly, Calendar Year 2009

Age of Child Parent is Student Parent Employed 1-19 Hours Parent Employed 20+ Hours Family Income <=100% Poverty Family Income 101-150% Poverty Family Income >150% Poverty All Eligible Children
** Cells with estimated populations under 50,000 are not shown
Totals may not sum due to rounding
See Notes on Appendix II Tables
Source: Current Population Survey, ASEC, analyzed with the TRIM3 Microsimulation Model
0 117,040 ** 480,950 312,000 165,320 154,190 631,510
1 98,540 ** 549,880 287,760 220,710 178,360 686,830
2 100,310 ** 586,740 328,740 219,930 184,460 733,130
3 112,010 ** 603,150 326,950 214,560 192,480 733,990
4 104,170 ** 591,360 330,820 214,380 175,560 720,760
5 71,000 ** 547,050 281,300 196,710 174,300 652,320
6-9 254,330 112,000 2,428,580 1,140,600 867,260 787,050 2,794,910
10-12 140,680 86,170 1,590,910 675,500 634,830 507,430 1,817,760
13+ ** ** 66,820 ** ** ** 91,010
All 1,011,500 405,280 7,445,440 3,710,220 2,764,640 2,387,370 8,862,220

 

Appendix Table 3: Estimated Number of Children Receiving Child Care Subsidies through CCDF, SSBG, and TANF-Direct, Average Monthly, Fiscal Year 2009

Age of Child <= 100% Poverty 101-150% Poverty >150% Poverty Total
Totals may not sum due to rounding
See Notes on Appendix II Tables
Source: Form-801 CCDF Administrative Records, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families
0 99,520 34,080 12,930 146,540
1 179,180 74,480 29,980 283,650
2 199,090 93,140 40,010 332,240
3 189,740 101,090 46,140 336,960
4 173,480 95,570 44,770 313,820
5 135,820 72,280 34,470 242,580
6-9 345,800 187,310 82,800 615,910
10-12 130,520 68,190 28,360 227,070
13+ 3,810 1,930 670 6,420
All 1,456,970 728,070 320,140 2,505,180

 

Appendix Table 4: Number of Children Potentially Eligible for Child Care Subsidies by State, Two Year Average Monthly Estimates, Calendar Year 2008-2009

State Children Potentially Eligible Under Federal Parameters (Family Incomes < 85% SMI) Estimate 95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High) Children Eligible Under State-Defined Rules Estimate Estimate95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High)
See Notes on Appendix II Tables
Source: Current Population Survey, ASEC, analyzed with the TRIM3 Microsimulation Model
Alabama 210,490 172,260 248,720 118,500 89,800 147,190
Alaska 28,320 22,510 34,130 23,640 18,340 28,950
Arizona 247,290 202,470 292,110 168,280 131,290 205,260
Arkansas 124,580 100,910 148,260 74,500 56,180 92,810
California 1,609,490 1,494,390 1,724,580 1,410,420 1,302,620 1,518,210
Colorado 209,360 168,640 250,080 162,720 126,790 198,650
Connecticut 155,050 124,990 185,100 102,200 77,800 126,600
Delaware 45,050 36,950 53,140 29,540 22,980 36,100
DC 20,250 15,340 25,150 22,570 17,380 27,750
Florida 761,420 686,370 836,470 390,360 336,630 444,080
Georgia 519,150 458,280 580,030 262,300 219,010 305,590
Hawaii 72,390 60,600 84,180 59,680 48,970 70,380
Idaho 63,910 51,570 76,250 30,310 21,810 38,810
Illinois 576,060 510,470 641,640 407,620 352,450 462,790
Indiana 337,770 288,660 386,870 151,150 118,290 184,010
Iowa 149,350 121,760 176,940 59,530 42,110 76,950
Kansas 156,260 128,790 183,740 110,180 87,110 133,250
Kentucky 160,160 126,790 193,520 95,820 70,020 121,630
Louisiana 243,790 202,640 284,940 205,420 167,650 243,190
Maine 39,560 29,450 49,660 43,400 32,810 53,980
Maryland 273,280 228,080 318,480 117,220 87,640 146,800
Massachusetts 247,020 205,400 288,640 133,590 102,990 164,190
Michigan 434,970 379,010 490,920 187,010 150,320 223,700
Minnesota 276,030 231,830 320,230 111,660 83,530 139,780
Mississippi 158,850 131,530 186,170 137,410 112,000 162,820
Missouri 274,260 229,380 319,130 111,510 82,920 140,090
Montana 36,800 29,160 44,440 19,480 13,940 25,020
Nebraska 102,590 84,920 120,270 35,900 25,470 46,330
Nevada 101,550 80,440 122,660 101,930 80,740 123,130
New Hampshire 47,940 37,560 58,330 34,550 25,730 43,360
New Jersey 393,980 339,960 448,000 178,600 142,220 214,980
New Mexico 91,490 72,750 110,230 101,650 81,900 121,400
New York 792,050 713,820 870,280 523,060 459,460 586,660
North Carolina 398,450 344,370 452,520 351,970 301,150 402,790
North Dakota 28,510 23,010 34,000 15,950 11,840 20,050
Ohio 500,560 440,500 560,620 257,000 213,950 300,050
Oklahoma 151,810 121,580 182,040 137,340 108,580 166,090
Oregon 153,590 121,550 185,630 104,730 78,280 131,190
Pennsylvania 464,380 406,540 522,220 295,310 249,160 341,450
Rhode Island 45,240 35,760 54,720 21,100 14,630 27,570
South Carolina 184,730 148,740 220,720 105,110 77,960 132,270
South Dakota 44,430 37,360 51,490 35,190 28,900 41,480
Tennessee 285,210 240,070 330,340 183,440 147,290 219,580
Texas 1,246,520 1,143,960 1,349,080 1,069,920 974,860 1,164,970
Utah 119,800 99,160 140,430 66,280 50,910 81,650
Vermont 26,280 20,680 31,870 17,490 12,920 22,050
Virginia 343,830 294,270 393,390 168,890 134,140 203,630
Washington 280,070 233,920 326,230 199,450 160,500 238,400
West Virginia 41,820 31,430 52,210 27,290 18,900 35,680
Wisconsin 248,840 206,280 291,390 154,340 120,820 187,860
Wyoming 23,150 18,370 27,930 25,950 20,870 31,020

 

Appendix Table 5: Number of Children Potentially Eligible for Child Care Subsidies under Federal Parameters Living in Families with Incomes Under 100% and 150% Poverty by State, Two Year Average Monthly Estimates, Calendar Year 2008-2009

State Children Potentially Eligible Under 100% Poverty Estimate Children Potentially Eligible Under 100% Poverty 95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High) Children Potentially Eligible Under 150% Poverty Estimate Children Potentially Eligible Under 150%95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High)
See Notes on Appendix II Tables
Source: Current Population Survey, ASEC, analyzed with the TRIM3 Microsimulation Model
Alabama 81,980 58,110 105,860 143,280 111,720 174,830
Alaska 4,910 2,490 7,330 12,010 8,240 15,780
Arizona 73,500 49,050 97,950 144,000 109,800 178,200
Arkansas 45,210 30,950 59,480 81,990 62,780 101,210
California 373,100 317,570 428,630 742,830 664,520 821,140
Colorado 50,110 30,200 70,020 94,280 66,960 121,610
Connecticut 21,390 10,280 32,500 50,770 33,570 67,960
Delaware 10,330 6,460 14,200 18,340 13,170 23,500
DC 8,870 5,630 12,110 13,000 9,060 16,930
Florida 208,340 169,070 247,600 395,420 341,320 449,520
Georgia 195,670 158,270 233,060 301,570 255,160 347,980
Hawaii 11,960 7,170 16,750 28,800 21,360 36,230
Idaho 16,950 10,590 23,310 37,800 28,310 47,290
Illinois 132,340 100,880 163,800 268,840 224,010 313,680
Indiana 107,520 79,800 135,240 178,750 143,010 214,490
Iowa 38,770 24,740 52,810 72,480 53,260 91,700
Kansas 40,480 26,530 54,440 78,040 58,630 97,450
Kentucky 58,450 38,290 78,610 94,450 68,820 120,070
Louisiana 108,550 81,130 135,970 165,310 131,450 199,160
Maine 9,830 4,790 14,860 18,040 11,220 24,870
Maryland 47,600 28,800 66,400 92,440 66,160 118,720
Massachusetts 43,830 26,290 61,370 83,690 59,460 107,920
Michigan 133,240 102,260 164,220 214,160 174,910 253,410
Minnesota 64,230 42,900 85,560 101,820 74,960 128,670
Mississippi 70,520 52,310 88,720 127,720 103,230 152,200
Missouri 89,090 63,540 114,630 139,420 107,430 171,410
Montana 11,050 6,860 15,230 21,150 15,360 26,930
Nebraska 23,910 15,420 32,400 48,290 36,170 60,400
Nevada 25,280 14,720 35,840 48,600 33,990 63,210
New Hampshire 8,900 4,430 13,370 15,710 9,770 21,660
New Jersey 62,460 40,950 83,970 131,430 100,210 162,640
New Mexico 41,750 29,090 54,400 71,700 55,110 88,290
New York 224,770 183,090 266,450 382,690 328,280 437,100
North Carolina 132,470 101,270 163,670 227,790 186,900 268,670
North Dakota 8,230 5,280 11,170 14,550 10,630 18,470
Ohio 135,730 104,440 167,020 247,050 204,840 289,260
Oklahoma 54,590 36,500 72,690 97,140 72,950 121,320
Oregon 37,670 21,800 53,530 76,950 54,270 99,630
Pennsylvania 108,080 80,160 136,000 191,240 154,100 228,380
Rhode Island 9,770 5,370 14,170 18,490 12,440 24,540
South Carolina 57,670 37,560 77,780 102,940 76,060 129,810
South Dakota 12,590 8,830 16,350 23,370 18,240 28,500
Tennessee 107,550 79,880 135,220 193,170 156,060 230,280
Texas 436,350 375,600 497,100 770,180 689,490 850,860
Utah 29,810 19,490 40,140 53,170 39,410 66,930
Vermont 4,610 2,280 6,940 10,160 6,690 13,640
Virginia 64,100 42,690 85,510 131,790 101,100 162,470
Washington 60,810 39,450 82,170 112,350 83,100 141,590
West Virginia 16,300 9,810 22,780 25,910 17,740 34,090
Wisconsin 48,300 29,570 67,030 104,750 77,150 132,360
Wyoming 3,320 1,510 5,130 7,870 5,080 10,670

 

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