Estimates of Child Care Eligibility and Receipt for Fiscal Year 2011. Appendix Table 1: Number of Children Potentially Eligible for Child Care Subsidies under Federal Parameters, Average Monthly, Calendar Year 2011

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Age of Child Parent is Student Parent Employed 1-19 Hours Parent Employed 20+ Hours Family Income <100% Poverty Family Income 100-149% Poverty Family Income 150 - 199% Poverty Family Income =>200% Poverty All Eligible Children
0 167,100 87,700 706,800 344,600 180,200 166,900 269,900 961,600
1 170,400 88,700 790,800 358,800 220,900 189,600 280,600 1,049,900
2 95,200 87,600 765,600 301,000 200,600 206,900 239,900 948,400
3 83,400 111,800 913,400 327,700 229,500 237,500 313,800 1,108,600
4 82,700 109,000 961,900 336,200 261,900 226,800 328,700 1,153,600
5 89,300 97,100 968,000 328,100 252,600 231,600 342,100 1,154,400
6-9 246,200 321,100 3,836,200 1,163,800 906,400 962,100 1,371,200 4,403,600
10-12 215,400 224,300 2,917,600 776,300 762,200 706,300 1,112,600 3,357,300
13+ ** ** 97,300 ** ** ** ** 121,400
All 1,166,500 1,134,600 11,957,600 3,965,700 3,041,200 2,977,500 4,274,400 14,258,700

** 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

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