Estimates of Child Care Eligibility and Receipt for Fiscal Year 2011. Appendix Table 2: Number of Children Eligible for Child Care Subsidies under CCDF State-Defined Rules, Average Monthly, Calendar Year 2011

02/18/2015

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
0 145,100 ** 399,400 305,000 146,900 88,900 ** 579,800
1 143,600 ** 465,000 321,600 189,300 84,300 ** 639,600
2 85,100 ** 489,800 281,400 175,500 102,100 ** 608,400
3 68,600 ** 564,600 300,300 200,800 110,100 51,400 662,600
4 66,100 ** 585,500 308,100 227,000 100,600 55,400 691,100
5 73,100 ** 562,500 298,500 222,600 95,600 52,600 669,300
6-9 210,500 104,900 2,215,400 1,057,800 785,100 471,100 216,800 2,530,800
10-12 165,200 70,400 1,692,700 711,800 656,000 357,700 202,700 1,928,300
13+ ** ** 65,000 ** ** ** ** 84,900
All 973,200 381,700 7,039,800 3,613,500 2,624,900 1,439,400 716,900 8,394,700

** 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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