Estimates of Child Care Eligibility and Receipt for Fiscal Year 2011. Appendix Table 5: Number of Children Potentially Eligible for Child Care Subsidies under Federal Parameters with Families Incomes Under 100% and 150% Poverty, by State, Two-Year Average Monthly Estimates, Calendar Year 2010-2011

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  Children Potentially Eligible Under 100% Poverty   Children Potentially Eligible Under 150% Poverty
State Estimate 95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High)   Estimate 95% Confidence Interval, 2-Year Average (Low-High)
Alabama 69,730 47,710 91,750   113,450 85,380 141,530
Alaska 6,850 4,000 9,690   12,930 9,010 16,840
Arizona 90,440 63,340 117,530   146,030 111,550 180,510
Arkansas 36,400 23,600 49,190   82,980 63,670 102,290
California 444,990 384,350 505,640   800,300 719,020 881,570
Colorado 57,340 36,000 78,670   102,320 73,830 130,810
Connecticut 19,000 8,490 29,510   40,220 24,930 55,520
Delaware 11,580 7,470 15,680   22,030 16,360 27,690
DC 6,760 3,930 9,600   9,640 6,250 13,030
Florida 190,500 152,920 228,070   341,860 291,540 392,190
Georgia 156,160 122,790 189,530   278,900 234,290 323,520
Hawaii 15,240 9,840 20,650   29,680 22,130 37,230
Idaho 20,050 13,140 26,960   43,570 33,380 53,760
Illinois 159,900 125,470 194,330   287,950 241,640 334,260
Indiana 127,340 97,180 157,510   195,780 158,380 233,170
Iowa 27,250 15,470 39,040   61,630 43,910 79,360
Kansas 41,710 27,510 55,900   78,370 58,920 97,820
Kentucky 80,140 56,560 103,730   136,110 105,360 166,850
Louisiana 82,260 58,350 106,170   155,150 122,340 187,960
Maine 9,770 4,760 14,790   17,340 10,650 24,020
Maryland 51,110 31,560 70,650   97,240 70,320 124,170
Massachusetts 38,250 21,930 54,570   68,240 46,370 90,100
Michigan 103,570 76,260 130,870   174,170 138,730 209,610
Minnesota 46,760 28,560 64,960   89,870 64,640 115,100
Mississippi 75,460 56,640 94,280   106,500 84,160 128,840
Missouri 86,240 61,080 111,390   143,530 111,070 176,000
Montana 12,170 7,780 16,560   22,480 16,510 28,460
Nebraska 23,350 14,920 31,780   46,290 34,420 58,160
Nevada 33,590 21,390 45,790   60,280 43,930 76,630
New Hampshire 6,790 2,890 10,690   13,690 8,140 19,240
New Jersey 72,850 49,690 96,010   129,470 98,550 160,380
New Mexico 47,820 34,300 61,350   83,180 65,310 101,050
New York 210,960 170,560 251,360   362,100 309,170 415,040
North Carolina 133,520 102,210 164,820   240,880 198,820 282,930
North Dakota 8,220 5,270 11,170   12,770 9,090 16,440
Ohio 162,640 128,380 196,890   293,070 247,110 339,030
Oklahoma 61,720 42,440 81,010   119,750 92,910 146,590
Oregon 39,870 23,600 56,130   71,070 49,270 92,870
Pennsylvania 106,510 78,870 134,160   181,820 145,790 217,850
Rhode Island 13,090 8,010 18,180   20,350 14,000 26,710
South Carolina 58,950 38,610 79,290   130,480 100,220 160,730
South Dakota 11,570 7,960 15,180   18,850 14,240 23,450
Tennessee 90,050 64,810 115,290   146,230 114,010 178,450
Texas 450,720 388,970 512,480   779,380 698,210 860,550
Utah 33,960 22,960 44,960   62,640 47,680 77,590
Vermont 4,480 2,170 6,780   9,860 6,430 13,290
Virginia 63,210 42,030 84,400   113,350 84,910 141,800
Washington 51,770 31,950 71,600   104,810 76,600 133,020
West Virginia 16,450 10,050 22,860   34,860 25,460 44,260
Wisconsin 60,870 39,850 81,900   105,740 78,000 133,480
Wyoming 6,040 3,600 8,490   10,480 7,260 13,710

See Notes on Appendix II Tables.

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

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