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List of Figures 2-1 Estimated percent of uninsured persons, age 0–64 and at or below 200 percent of the poverty level, in West Virginia, derived from the American Community Survey and the Current Population Survey 15 2-2 Simplified outline of transportation modeling process, showing connections to American Community Survey products 26 3-1 Effect of welfare “safety net” provisions on child poverty rate, Georgia, Illinois, and Massachusetts, 2008 40 3-2 Summary page, Social IMPACT Research Center Illinois Poverty Report, 2011 43 3-3 Excerpt of poverty, income, and health insurance coverage profile, Winnebago County, Illinois, 2010 44 5-1 Calculated Human Services Need Index for U.S. counties, 2009 84 5-2 Lower bound estimate of percentage of housing units with no vehicle, Long Island, New York, by block group, 2006–2010 89 5-3 Upper bound estimate of percentage of housing units with no vehicle, Long Island, New York, by block group, 2006–2010 90 6-1 Ratio of 90th percentile household income to 10th percentile, by state 117 6-2 Percent of people living with parent by age, United States, 2010 118 8-1 Veterans by service-connected disability rating, Georgia, 2008–2010 151 8-2 Veterans by service-connected disability rating, Atlanta and Macon, Georgia, metropolitan areas, 2008–2010 153 xiii