Estimates of Child Care Eligibility and Receipt for Fiscal Year 2011. Appendix Table 4: Number of Children Potentially Eligible for Child Care Subsidies by State, Two-Year Average Monthly Estimates, Calendar Year 2010-2011

02/18/2015

  Children Potentially Eligible Under Federal Parameters (Family Incomes < 85% State Median Income)   Children Eligible Under State-Defined Rules
State Estimate 95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High)   Estimate 95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High)
Alabama 183,560 147,840 219,270   87,740 60,430 115,050
Alaska 36,510 29,920 43,100   25,700 20,400 31,010
Arizona 275,550 228,210 322,880   161,860 123,630 200,090
Arkansas 117,200 94,230 140,160   74,420 55,400 93,450
California 1,637,550 1,521,450 1,753,650   1,340,520 1,231,470 1,449,570
Colorado 208,030 167,400 248,660   121,540 89,720 153,350
Connecticut 154,550 124,550 184,550   92,300 68,770 115,820
Delaware 48,020 39,660 56,380   31,540 24,990 38,090
DC 16,970 12,480 21,470   17,650 12,540 22,770
Florida 692,060 620,500 763,610   377,730 325,050 430,410
Georgia 510,700 450,320 571,090   239,460 194,730 284,190
Hawaii 78,210 65,970 90,460   62,750 51,540 73,960
Idaho 79,610 65,840 93,380   33,160 24,250 42,070
Illinois 612,850 545,260 680,450   404,650 351,330 457,960
Indiana 342,580 293,110 392,050   166,290 132,800 199,780
Iowa 147,950 120,490 175,410   52,680 35,800 69,560
Kansas 168,590 140,060 197,120   105,450 82,020 128,890
Kentucky 206,620 168,770 244,480   126,490 99,760 153,230
Louisiana 229,180 189,280 269,080   170,970 133,990 207,940
Maine 39,460 29,370 49,550   38,550 28,520 48,570
Maryland 294,990 248,030 341,940   116,820 87,060 146,570
Massachusetts 246,160 204,620 287,700   114,200 83,980 144,420
Michigan 396,440 342,980 449,890   150,160 116,900 183,410
Minnesota 289,910 244,610 335,210   116,020 87,700 144,340
Mississippi 168,500 140,370 196,640   122,330 96,970 147,680
Missouri 283,350 237,750 328,960   113,670 83,950 143,380
Montana 46,970 38,330 55,610   22,240 16,140 28,350
Nebraska 106,570 88,560 124,580   34,670 24,850 44,490
Nevada 125,240 101,670 148,800   113,950 90,740 137,160
New Hampshire 48,810 38,320 59,290   29,710 21,350 38,070
New Jersey 359,610 308,010 411,210   157,250 122,540 191,970
New Mexico 104,520 84,490 124,540   101,520 82,300 120,750
New York 776,790 699,310 854,270   477,820 415,160 540,470
North Carolina 422,580 366,890 478,270   289,400 242,850 335,960
North Dakota 29,360 23,780 34,930   14,420 10,540 18,300
Ohio 550,030 487,100 612,950   266,670 223,010 310,330
Oklahoma 188,580 154,880 222,280   161,360 130,610 192,110
Oregon 143,810 112,810 174,820   91,780 66,080 117,480
Pennsylvania 481,690 422,820 540,560   242,390 200,380 284,400
Rhode Island 45,860 36,320 55,400   23,820 16,730 30,910
South Carolina 237,950 197,110 278,790   111,620 83,520 139,710
South Dakota 42,140 35,260 49,030   27,710 21,500 33,930
Tennessee 279,980 235,280 324,680   132,240 102,900 161,580
Texas 1,307,760 1,202,710 1,412,810   1,152,330 1,052,250 1,252,400
Utah 164,090 139,880 188,300   81,950 65,210 98,690
Vermont 25,560 20,050 31,080   16,310 11,800 20,820
Virginia 345,860 296,160 395,560   144,850 113,350 176,350
Washington 282,360 236,020 328,700   155,240 117,920 192,560
West Virginia 59,680 47,300 72,060   34,700 26,960 42,440
Wisconsin 287,180 241,460 332,890   164,240 130,140 198,330
Wyoming 27,000 21,820 32,170   22,480 17,590 27,380

See Notes on Appendix II Tables.

Source: Current Population Survey, ASEC, analyzed with the TRIM3 Microsimulation Model

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