Welfare Indicators and Risk Factors: Fourteenth Report to Congress. Table TANF 13. Average Number of AFDC/TANF Child Recipients by State: Selected Fiscal Years

09/22/2015

[In thousands]

 

1965

1970

1980

1990

1995

2000

2005

2010

2013

Percent Change

 

1995-05

2005-13

United States

3,242

5,483

7,320

7,755

9,280

4,598

3,818

3,421

3,091

-59

-19

Alabama

62

96

129

93

87

37

37

38

35

-57

-5

Alaska

4

6

10

13

24

15

8

6

7

-65

-20

Arizona

31

39

38

87

130

66

73

53

26

-44

-64

Arkansas

23

34

62

51

45

22

14

14

11

-68

-22

California

391

816

932

1,294

1,833

1,163

1,002

1,104

1,076

-45

7

Colorado

33

50

53

69

74

22

28

22

28

-63

2

Connecticut

43

62

97

81

114

50

37

24

21

-68

-44

Delaware

9

15

22

14

17

9

10

9

9

-42

-12

Dist. of Columbia

16

31

59

34

51

34

32

14

13

-36

-59

Florida

85

160

184

264

432

124

91

86

78

-79

-14

Georgia

54

150

161

206

269

101

74

34

31

-72

-59

Guam

1

1

4

3

5

2

3

2

-66

33

Hawaii

10

18

40

29

43

50

21

19

18

-52

-14

Idaho

7

11

14

11

16

2

3

2

3

-83

-4

Illinois

202

283

473

436

478

193

78

55

38

-84

-51

Indiana

36

55

111

105

129

74

102

66

23

-21

-77

Iowa

32

46

69

64

66

36

34

38

31

-49

-7

Kansas

28

41

49

52

55

23

31

25

15

-42

-53

Kentucky

58

93

118

117

128

64

56

48

49

-56

-13

Louisiana

79

157

156

199

173

59

31

20

15

-82

-53

Maine

14

26

40

35

38

22

22

25

33

-42

52

Maryland

61

100

145

124

152

56

47

43

39

-69

-18

Massachusetts

71

153

228

168

176

73

72

75

101

-59

40

Michigan

119

190

460

427

398

153

157

129

63

-60

-60

Minnesota

39

58

91

110

121

81

61

39

39

-49

-36

Mississippi

66

93

128

129

106

27

26

19

15

-75

-40

Missouri

82

106

135

139

175

94

81

64

58

-54

-28

Montana

6

10

13

19

22

9

8

7

5

-62

-34

Nebraska

12

23

25

29

29

20

23

17

13

-21

-42

Nevada

4

9

8

16

29

12

14

20

20

-50

38

New Hampshire

3

7

15

11

18

10

10

9

10

-44

2

New Jersey

79

209

318

213

213

102

81

56

54

-62

-33

New Mexico

23

39

35

37

67

51

32

37

28

-52

-15

New York

380

759

759

658

811

491

343

282

284

-58

-17

North Carolina

83

94

141

152

211

76

54

40

33

-75

-39

North Dakota

6

8

9

10

10

5

5

4

3

-46

-45

Ohio

136

198

348

414

415

180

136

171

111

-67

-18

Oklahoma

55

71

65

77

86

28

22

17

14

-74

-35

Oregon

23

52

65

60

71

29

33

54

75

-53

127

Pennsylvania

217

307

432

345

403

184

179

94

128

-56

-28

Puerto Rico

161

166

118

130

114

64

29

24

23

-74

-22

Rhode Island

18

27

36

30

41

34

24

12

10

-40

-59

South Carolina

24

40

109

80

96

32

32

33

22

-67

-30

South Dakota

8

12

15

13

12

5

5

6

6

-59

9

Tennessee

58

99

115

144

190

107

136

116

92

-28

-33

Texas

68

162

225

428

522

252

172

99

80

-67

-54

Utah

16

23

24

31

31

16

17

12

8

-46

-52

Vermont

4

8

14

14

17

10

8

5

6

-52

-24

Virgin Islands

1

2

2

2

3

2

1

1

1

-69

-15

Virginia

35

66

116

104

128

55

61

59

50

-52

-18

Washington

50

76

97

148

184

115

101

118

74

-45

-26

West Virginia

80

65

58

68

67

22

22

16

15

-67

-33

Wisconsin

34

60

142

158

146

34

39

40

47

-73

20

Wyoming

3

4

5

9

10

1

0

1

1

-95

17

Note: From FY 2000 onward, TANF child recipients include both TANF and SSP child recipients.

Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Family Assistance (available online at www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/programs/tanf/data-reports).

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