D
Data Tables

TABLE D.1 Federal Poverty Guidelines, 2000 and 2001

 

Federal Poverty Level (FPL)

FPL for 2000

FPL for 2001

Family Size in 48 Contiguous States

100% FPL

200% FPL

300% FPL

100% FPL

200% FPL

300% FPL

1 person

$8,350

$16,700

$25,050

$8,590

$17,180

$25,770

2 persons

$11,250

$22,500

$33,750

$11,610

$23,220

$34,830

3 persons

$14,150

$28,300

$42,450

$14,630

$29,260

$43,890

4 persons

$17,050

$34,100

$51,150

$17,650

$35,300

$52,950

 

SOURCE: DHHS, 2002.



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Health Insurance is a Family Matter D Data Tables TABLE D.1 Federal Poverty Guidelines, 2000 and 2001   Federal Poverty Level (FPL) FPL for 2000 FPL for 2001 Family Size in 48 Contiguous States 100% FPL 200% FPL 300% FPL 100% FPL 200% FPL 300% FPL 1 person $8,350 $16,700 $25,050 $8,590 $17,180 $25,770 2 persons $11,250 $22,500 $33,750 $11,610 $23,220 $34,830 3 persons $14,150 $28,300 $42,450 $14,630 $29,260 $43,890 4 persons $17,050 $34,100 $51,150 $17,650 $35,300 $52,950   SOURCE: DHHS, 2002.

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter TABLE D.2 Medicaid Income Eligibility Limits and Upper Federal Poverty Level by Program by State, 2001 States Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility Threshold (2 Child Family)a Medicaid Poverty-level Childrenb,c U.S. total $9,672   Alabama $3,048 0-6 from 15 to 133% 6-17 from 15 to 100% Alaska $14,496 0-6 from 71 to 200% 6-17 from 71 to 200% Arizona $5,244 Infants from 38 to 140% 1-6 from 38 to 133% 6-17 from 38 to 100% Arkansas $4,380 Infants up to 200% 1-14 up to 200% California $15,708 Infants from 86 to 200% 1-6 from 86 to 133% 6-17 from 86 to 100% Colorado $6,132 0-6 from 39 to 133% 6-17 from 39 to 100% Connecticut $10,392 0-17 from 0 to 185% Delaware $15,708 Infants from 0 to 185% 1-6 from 0 to 133% 6-18 from 0 to 100% District of Columbia $29,256 Infants from 0 to 200% 1-5 from 0 to 200% 6-17 from 0 to 200% Florida $9,672 Infants from 28 to 200% 1-6 from 28 to 133% 6-17 from 28 to 100%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Upper FPL by Program Medicaid SCHIP (Title XXI)b,c Separate SCHIP (Title XXI)b 17-18 from 15 to 100 0-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 100 to 200% 0-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 71 to 200% No program No program Infants from 140 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 38 to 200% Children aged 17 up to 100% No program 17-18 from 86 to 100% Infants 200 to 250% 1-6 from 133 to 250% 6-17 from 100 to 250% 17-18 from 100 to 250% AIM program, 0-2 from 250 to 300% No program 0-6 from 133 to 185% 6-17 from 100 to 185% 17-18 from 39 to 185% 17-18 from 0 to 185% 0 to 18 from 185 to 300% No program Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-5 from 133 to 200% 6-14 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 50 to 200% No program Infants from 185 to 200% 17-18 from 28 to 100% Infants up to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter States Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility Threshold (2 Child Family)a Medicaid Poverty-level Childrenb,c Georgia $6,168 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% Hawaii $16,836 Infants from 0 to 185% 1-6 from 0 to 100% 6-16 from 0 to 100% 17-19 up to 200% Idaho $4,884 0-6 up to 150% 6-19 up to 150% Illinois $10,584 Infants up to 200% 1-5 from 42 to 133% 6-17 from 42 to 133% Indiana $4,536 Infants up to 150% 1-6 up to 150% 6-18 up to 150% Iowa $12,780 Infants up to 200% 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 133% Kansas $5,916 Infants up to 150% 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% Kentucky $10,908 Infants from 33 to 185% 1-6 from 33 to 150% 6-17 from 33 to 150% Louisiana $3,876 0-6 up to 150% 6-18 up to 150% Maine $15,708 Infants up to 150% 1-6 up to 150% 6-16 up to 150% 17-19 up to 100% Maryland $6,288 Infants up to 200% 1-17 up to 200% 17-18 up to 200% Massachusetts $19,452 Infants up to 200% 1-18 up to 150%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Upper FPL by Program Medicaid SCHIP (Title XXI)b,c Separate SCHIP (Title XXI)b No program Infants from 185 to 235% 1-6 from 133 to 235% 6-18 from 100 to 235% No program No program 0-3 from 133 to 150% 6-19 from 100 to 150% No program 6-17 from 100 to 133% 17-18 from 42 to 133% 0-18 from 133 to 185% 1-6 from 133 to 150% 6-17 from 100 to 150% 17-18 up to 150% 0-18 from 150 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 133% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-18 from 133 to 200% No program Infants from 150 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 33 to 150% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% 0-6 from 133 to 150% 6-18 from 100 to 150% No program 0-6 from 133 to 150% 6-18 from 125 to 150% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-18 from 150 to 200% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-17 from 133 to 200% 17-18 from 100 to 200% No program Infants from 185 to 200% 1-18 from 133 to 150% 1-18 from 200 to 400%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter States Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility Threshold (2 Child Family)a Medicaid Poverty-level Childrenb,c Michigan $7,464 Infants up to 185% 1-17 up to 150% Minnesota $40,224 0-2 from 60 to 280% 2-5 from 60 to 275% 6-17 from 60 to 275% Mississippi $5,496 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 133% 6-17 up to 100% Missouri $15,708 Infants up to 300% 1-6 up to 300% 6-18 up to 300% Montana $10,032 0-6 from 40.5 to 133% 6-16 from 40.5 to 100% 17-19 from 40.5 to 71% Nebraska $6,420 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 185% 6-18 up to 185% Nevada $12,660 0-6 from 42 to 133% 6-16 from 42 to 100% 17-19 from 42 to 89% New Hampshire $9,780 Infants up to 300% 1-18 up to 185% New Jersey $6,396 Infants from 45 to 185% 1-6 from 45 to 133% 6-19 from 45 to 133% New Mexico $8,448 0-19 up to 235% New York $11,688 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 133% 7-19 up to 100% North Carolina $9,000 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% North Dakota $11,856 0-6 from 65 to 133% 6-17 from 65 to 100%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Upper FPL by Program Medicaid SCHIP (Title XXI)b,c Separate SCHIP (Title XXI)b 17-19 up to 150% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-18 from 150 to 200% 0-2 from 275 to 280% No program 17-18 up to 100% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% Infants from 185 to 300% 1-6 from 133 to 300% 6-18 from 100 to 300% No program No program 0-6 from 133 to 150% 6-17 from 100 to 150% 17-18 from 40.5 to 150% Infants from 150 to 185% 1-6 from 133 to 185% 6-18 from 100 to 185% No program No program 0-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 42 to 200% Infants 185 to 300% 1-18 from 185 to 300% 6-17 from 100 to 133% 17-18 from 45 to 133% Infants from 185 to 350% 1-6 from 133 to 350% 6-18 from 133 to 350% 0-18 from 185 to 235% No program 17-18 medically needy up to 100% Infants from 185 to 250% 1-6 from 133 to 250% 7-18 from 100 to 250% No program Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% 17-19 from 65 to 100% 0-6 from 133 to 140% 6-18 from 100 to 140%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter States Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility Threshold (2 Child Family)a Medicaid Poverty-level Childrenb,c Ohio $14,628 0-18 up to 200% Oklahoma $7,092 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 185% 6-17 up to 185% Oregon $14,628 Infants up to 133% 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% Pennsylvania $6,684 Infants from 41 to 185% 1-6 from 41 to 133% 6-17 from 41 to 100% 17-19 up to 71% Rhode Island $28,140 0-8 up to 250% 8-15 up to 250% South Carolina $8,016 Infants from 50 to 185% 1-6 from 50 to 150% 6-17 from 50 to 150% South Dakota $9,552 0-6 up to 140% 6-19 up to 140% Tennessee $11,160 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 133% 6-17 up to 100% Texas $4,740 Infants up to 185% 1-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% Utah $8,076 0-6 up to 133% 6-19 up to 100% Vermont $28,140 0-18 up to 300% Virginia $5,376 0-6 up to 133% 6-18 up to 100% Washington $29,256 0-18 up to 200% West Virginia $4,560 Infants up to 150% 1-6 up to 150% 6-18 up to 100%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Upper FPL by Program Medicaid SCHIP (Title XXI)b,c Separate SCHIP (Title XXI)b 0-18 from 150 to 200% No program Infants from 150 to 185% 1-6 from 133 to 185% 15-17 from 100 to 185% No program No program 1-6 from 133 to 170% 6-18 from 100 to 170% 0-8 up to 250% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-17 from 100 to 200% 17-18 from 41 to 200% 8-15 from 100 to 250% 15-18 up to 250% No program 1-6 from 133 to 150% 6-17 from 100 to 150% 17-18 from 50 to 150% No program 0-6 from 133 to 140% 6-19 from 100 to 140% No program 17-18 up to 100% 0-19 up to 400% 17-18 up to 100% Infants from 185 to 200% 1-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% No program 0-6 from 133 to 200% 6-18 from 100 to 200% No program 0-18 from 235 to 300% No program 0-6 from 133 to 185% 6-18 from 100 to 185% No program 0-18 from 200 to 250% No program 1-6 from 133 to 150% 6-18 from 100 to 150%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter States Medicaid Annual Income-Eligibility Threshold (2 Child Family)a Medicaid Poverty-level Childrenb,c Wisconsin $27,060 0-6 up to 185% 6-19 up to 185% Wyoming $9,480 0-5 up to 133% 6-17 up to 100% 17-19 up to 67% NOTE: AIM = Access for Infants and Mothers; SCHIP = State Children’s Health Insurance Program. aBroaddus et al., 2002. bKaye and Flowers, 2002. cMaloy et al., 2002.

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Upper FPL by Program Medicaid SCHIP (Title XXI)b,c Separate SCHIP (Title XXI)b 6-19 up to 185% No program No program 6-17 from 101 to 133%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter TABLE D.5 Adults’ and Children’s Health Insurance Coverage in Families by Poverty Status, 2000   Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children Under 50% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered 7% 4% 0%   All children covered 93% 96% 100% One adult covered Some children uncovered 14% 20% 12% 4% 3% 3% All children covered 86% 80% 88% 96% 97% 97% No adult covered Some children uncovered 69% 63% 83% 63% 48% 54% All children covered 31% 38% 17% 37% 52% 46% 50%–99% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered 3% 4% 6%   All children covered 97% 96% 94% One adult covered Some children uncovered 13% 22% 34% 9% 6% 6% All children covered 87% 78% 66% 91% 94% 94% No adult covered Some children uncovered 66% 60% 66% 57% 39% 55% All children covered 34% 40% 34% 43% 61% 45% 100%–149% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered 5% 4% 2%   All children covered 95% 96% 98% One adult covered Some children uncovered 26% 27% 35% 7% 7% 5% All children covered 74% 73% 65% 93% 93% 95% No adult covered Some children uncovered 64% 58% 61% 51% 45% 48% All children covered 36% 42% 39% 49% 55% 53%

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter   Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children 150%–199% of Poverty Both adults covered Some children uncovered 6% 3% 3%   All children covered 94% 97% 97% One adult covered Some children uncovered 33% 58% 16% 6% 4% 1% All children covered 67% 43% 84% 94% 96% 99% No adult covered Some children uncovered 64% 60% 76% 57% 57% 39% All children covered 36% 40% 24% 43% 43% 61% 200% of Poverty or Higher Both adults covered Some children uncovered 2% 1% 2%   All children covered 98% 99% 98% One adult covered Some children uncovered 42% 39% 42% 6% 4% 5% All children covered 58% 61% 58% 94% 96% 95% No adult covered Some children uncovered 74% 71% 77% 63% 73% 74% All children covered 26% 29% 23% 37% 27% 26%   SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter TABLE D.6 Health Insurance Coverage of Families Based on the Health Insurance Coverage of Family Members and Race/Ethnicity of Family Head, 2000a Race or Ethnicity No Childrenb Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category 5 Black, Non-Hispanic 2,869 2,241 1,312 208 1,654 Both adults covered X X X X 1,373 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 2,361 1,536 946 148 168 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 508 705 366 60 113 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X White, Non-Hispanic 13,415 11,571 3,447 455 19,269 Both adults covered X X X X 16,710 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 11,681 8,922 3,002 322 1,653 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 1,734 2,649 445 133 906 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X Hispanic 995 2,133 829 251 1,658 Both adults covered X X X X 1,095 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 689 925 515 116 234 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 306 1,208 314 135 329 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children 903 837 484 1,792 1,032 659 799 726 400 X X X 759 704 375 X X X X 17 18 X X X 40 5 7 X X X 39 36 30 1,326 815 542 15 14 28 1,231 794 515 X 0 0 X 10 15 24 22 2 95 11 12 65 75 54 466 217 117 17 23 11 166 112 55 X 3 8 X 9 14 48 49 35 300 96 48 7,439 7,789 3,775 3,725 1,868 651 6,815 7,174 3,370 X X X 6,685 7,109 3,319 X X X X 46 40 X X X 130 19 11 X X X 234 177 107 2,885 1,498 523 170 127 78 2,734 1,453 509 X 6 4 X 13 10 64 44 25 151 32 4 390 438 298 840 370 128 125 179 101 395 216 67 X 14 14 X 43 6 265 245 183 445 111 55 1,201 1,360 1,125 1,006 570 393 759 914 646 X X X 727 883 613 X X X X 21 21 X X X 32 10 12 X X X 129 104 112 619 367 270 84 58 69 575 320 253 X 12 12 X 16 6 45 34 31 44 31 11 313 342 367 387 203 123 99 103 101 141 82 50 X 15 52 X 16 14 214 224 214 246 105 59

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Race or Ethnicity No Childrenb Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category 5 Asian and Other 659 853 248 41 1,104 Both adults covered X X X X 833 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 518 581 182 15 143 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 141 272 66 26 128 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X a Analysis excludes those families living in a group household and those families comprised entirely of adults over 64. b Category 1: Unmarried childless persons living alone in home Category 2: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home but not in the same family Category 3: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home in the same family Category 4: Families with child as householder or reference person Category 5: Married, childless couples SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children 699 575 249 226 123 78 588 489 191 X X X 579 485 186 X X X X 3 5 X X X 9 1 0 X X X 24 12 15 151 86 50 15 10 10 130 76 46 X 0 0 0 7 4 9 2 5 21 3 0 87 74 43 75 37 28 17 25 14 29 6 11 X 4 0 0 1 4 70 45 29 46 30 13

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter TABLE D.7 Adult Health Insurance Coverage in Families with Children by Race, 2000 Race Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children Number Percentage of Total Number Percentage of Total Black, Non-Hispanic Both adults covered 1,925 87%   One adult covered 105 5% 2,683 77% No adults covered 194 9% 800 23% Total 2,224   3,483   White, Non-Hispanic Both adults covered 17,359 91%   One adult covered 518 3% 4,906 79% No adults covered 1,126 6% 1,338 21% Total 19,003   6,244   Hispanic Both adults covered 2,319 63%   One adult covered 345 9% 1,256 64% No adults covered 1,022 28% 713 36% Total 3,686   1,969   Asian and Other Both adults covered 1,268 83%   One adult covered 51 3% 287 67% No adults covered 204 13% 140 33% Total 1,523   427     SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter TABLE D.8 Adults’ and Children’s Health Insurance Coverage in Families by Race, 2000. Race Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children Black, Non-Hispanic Both adults covered Some children uncovered 5% 3% 6%   All children covered 95% 97% 94% One adult covered Some children uncovered 62% 61% 7% 7% 3% 5% All children covered 38% 39% 93% 93% 97% 95% No adults covered Some children uncovered 74% 69% 80% 64% 48% 53% All children covered 26% 31% 20% 36% 52% 47% White, Non-Hispanic Both adults covered Some children uncovered 2% 1% 2%   All children covered 98% 99% 98% One adult covered Some children uncovered 27% 28% 27% 5% 3% 3% All children covered 73% 72% 73% 95% 97% 97% No adults covered Some children uncovered 68% 59% 66% 53% 42% 48% All children covered 32% 41% 34% 47% 58% 52% Hispanic Both adults covered Some children uncovered 4% 3% 5%   All children covered 96% 97% 95% One adult covered Some children uncovered 35% 44% 38% 7% 13% 6% All children covered 65% 56% 62% 93% 87% 94% No adults covered Some children uncovered 68% 70% 72% 64% 60% 59% All children covered 32% 30% 28% 36% 40% 41% Asian and Other Both adults covered Some children uncovered 2% 1% 3%   All children covered 98% 99% 97% One adult covered Some children uncovered 38% 17% 33% 14% 12% 8% All children covered 63% 83% 67% 86% 88% 92% No adults covered Some children uncovered 80% 66% 67% 61% 84% 61% All children covered 20% 34% 33% 39% 16% 39%   SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter TABLE D.9 Citizenship and Health Insurance Coverage of Family Heads and Their Spouses and Children by Type of Family, 2000a Family Type No Childrenb Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category 5 Citizen Head of Family 16,990 14,838 5,357 855 22,377 Both adults covered X X X X 19,226 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 14,633 11,129 4,443 564 2,021 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No adult covered 2,357 3,709 914 291 1,130 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X Non-citizen Head of Family 947 1,960 481 98 1,306 Both adults covered X X X X 785 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X One adult covered 616 835 203 36 176 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X No Adult Covered 331 1,125 278 62 345 All children covered X X X X X Some children covered X X X X X No children covered X X X X X a The analysis excludes those families living in a group household and those families comprised entirely of adults over 64. b Category 1: Unmarried childless persons living alone in home Category 2: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home but not in the same family Category 3: Unmarried childless persons living with someone in the home in the same family Category 4: Families with child as householder or reference person Category 5: Married, childless couples SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children One Child Two Children Three or More Children 9,291 9,587 4,971 6,286 3,323 1,576 8,362 8,675 4,303 X X X 8,171 8,570 4,201 X X X X 71 78 X X X 191 34 24 X X X 338 267 189 4,754 2,628 1,253 220 173 137 4,473 2,528 1,201 X 10 9 X 39 30 118 84 43 281 61 22 591 645 479 1,532 695 323 179 244 145 651 369 152 X 26 30 X 57 28 412 375 304 881 269 143 950 976 664 462 267 204 599 629 305 X X X 579 612 292 X X X X 16 6 X X X 20 1 7 X X X 87 63 76 227 138 133 63 36 48 197 115 122 X 8 7 X 7 5 24 19 21 30 16 6 264 284 283 235 129 71 79 85 82 79 47 30 X 10 44 X 10 9 185 189 157 156 72 32

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Health Insurance is a Family Matter TABLE D.10 Health Insurance Coverage of Family Heads and Their Spouses by Citizenship Status and Family Type, 2000 Family Type Two-Parent Families with Children Single-Parent Families with Children Number Percent Number Percent Citizen Head of Family Both parents covered 21,340 89%   One parent covered 794 3% 8,635 77% No parents covered 1,715 7% 2,550 23% Total 23,849   11,185   Non-citizen Head of Family Both parents covered 1,533 59%   One parent covered 226 9% 498 53% No parents covered 831 32% 435 47% Total 2,590   933     SOURCE: Tabulations of the Census Bureau’s 2001 Current Population Survey public use file were prepared for the IOM Committee by Matthew Broaddus, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.