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LIHEAP Data on State LIHEAP Recipiency Targeting Index Values for FY 2008

Published: February 17, 2012
Audience:
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
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ATTACHMENT A


Federal LIHEAP Income Maximum (Low Income Elderly Households)

Table 1:  Recipiency Targeting Indexes, 95% Confidence Intervals (CI), and LIHEAP Income Eligible Population Estimates for FFY 2008 LIHEAP Heating Assistance Households Having At Least One Person 60 Years or Older Using Federal Maximum LIHEAP Income Standards

State

Elderly Targeting Index

Standard Error

95 % CI Lower Limit

95 % CI Upper Limit

Total number of LIHEAP eligible households

Number of LIHEAP eligible households with at least one person 60 years or older

Alabama

94.1

1.5

91.3

97.0

496,984

182,625

Alaska

121.1

7.7

106.1

136.1

52,811

12,486

Arizona

45.4

0.6

44.2

46.7

533,009

186,215

Arkansas

88.9

1.6

85.8

92.1

309,800

113,467

California

106.9

0.7

105.5

108.3

3,223,844

1,096,311

Colorado

95.0

1.6

91.8

98.1

462,712

138,362

Connecticut

71.1

1.1

68.8

73.3

371,838

157,461

Delaware

71.3

2.7

65.9

76.6

85,912

34,963

Dist. of Col.

78.2

3.3

71.8

84.7

50,859

16,655

Florida

72.5

0.5

71.4

73.5

1,765,302

783,412

Georgia

186.4

1.9

182.6

190.1

927,715

306,534

Hawaii

111.5

3.6

104.5

118.5

106,502

42,053

Idaho

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

117,427

37,043

Illinois

60.8

0.6

59.6

62.0

1,293,725

482,545

Indiana

70.0

0.9

68.3

71.8

635,095

225,948

Iowa

77.7

1.8

74.3

81.2

309,721

122,037

Kansas

61.7

1.3

59.2

64.3

283,236

95,076

Kentucky

79.2

1.3

76.8

81.7

467,757

169,606

Louisiana

109.8

1.9

106.1

113.6

463,722

166,877

Maine

99.8

3.6

92.7

106.9

151,914

65,012

Maryland

80.0

1.1

77.8

82.2

529,106

211,202

Massachusetts

78.7

0.9

76.8

80.5

697,192

305,117

Michigan

79.7

0.8

78.1

81.4

1,142,871

409,504

Minnesota

83.5

1.5

80.5

86.5

535,557

205,594

Mississippi

132.3

2.4

127.6

137.0

334,806

122,112

Missouri

49.3

0.7

47.9

50.6

639,575

237,311

Montana

75.3

3.2

69.1

81.6

89,543

31,741

Nebraska

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

175,099

64,200

Nevada

119.3

2.7

114.0

124.6

184,530

65,456

New Hampshire

63.5

1.9

59.8

67.2

121,706

49,746

New Jersey

77.9

0.8

76.4

79.4

867,023

376,941

New Mexico

103.7

2.4

99.0

108.3

188,232

61,401

New York

86.4

0.6

85.2

87.7

2,039,641

815,141

North Carolina

68.2

0.9

66.6

69.9

935,756

335,538

North Dakota

65.0

2.9

59.3

70.6

67,726

26,538

Ohio

120.4

1.1

118.2

122.6

1,259,072

464,408

Oklahoma

72.2

1.4

69.4

75.0

358,424

119,493

Oregon

99.0

1.8

95.4

102.6

360,659

125,119

Pennsylvania

79.4

0.8

77.9

80.9

1,349,796

590,062

Rhode Island

90.1

2.4

85.4

94.9

123,111

51,871

South Carolina

140.1

2.1

136.0

144.3

452,828

170,364

South Dakota

97.6

4.0

89.7

105.4

81,284

33,519

Tennessee

145.8

1.9

142.1

149.5

650,551

241,283

Texas

165.6

1.3

163.0

168.1

2,158,804

660,831

Utah

97.9

3.2

91.7

104.1

155,562

42,186

Vermont

62.0

3.1

55.9

68.0

65,849

25,469

Virginia

97.5

1.2

95.2

99.9

752,104

286,665

Washington

61.8

0.9

60.1

63.5

616,349

206,488

West Virginia

29.3

0.7

28.0

30.7

214,131

80,042

Wisconsin

71.7

1.0

69.7

73.7

590,068

222,236

Wyoming

100.3

5.6

89.4

111.3

44,335

16,548

Data Sources:  State LIHEAP Household Report for FFY 2008 and 2006-2008 American Community Surveys.

Refer to “Technical Notes on Estimates of LIHEAP Recipiency Targeting Indexes for Households Receiving LIHEAP Heating Assistance in Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2008” to provide information on the data sources, calculations, interpretation, and caveats.

A targeting index greater than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is higher than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population. A targeting index less than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is lower than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population.

N/A = LIHEAP recipiency data were not reported.

DEA/OCS/ACF 2-17-12



State LIHEAP Income Maximum (Low Income Elderly Households)

 

Table 2:  Recipiency Targeting Indexes, 95% Confidence Intervals (CI), and LIHEAP Income Eligible Population Estimates for FFY 2008 LIHEAP Heating Assistance Households Having At Least One Person 60 Years or Older Using Sate Maximum LIHEAP Income Standards

State

Elderly Targeting Index

Standard Error

95 % CI Lower Limit

95 % CI Upper Limit

Total number of LIHEAP eligible households

Number of LIHEAP eligible households with at least one person 60 years or older

Alabama

95.8

1.6

92.7

98.9

473,250

170,833

Alaska

123.8

12.0

100.2

147.4

29,978

6,934

Arizona

47.3

0.8

45.8

48.8

445,644

149,481

Arkansas

93.5

2.2

89.3

97.7

239,332

83,409

California

107.5

0.7

106.1

109.0

3,185,112

1,076,761

Colorado

96.0

1.8

92.3

99.6

408,283

120,811

Connecticut

71.3

1.2

69.0

73.6

366,651

154,725

Delaware

74.0

2.9

68.3

79.7

76,555

29,984

Dist. of Col.

78.0

3.4

71.4

84.6

48,937

16,072

Florida

74.9

0.7

73.6

76.3

1,375,816

590,371

Georgia

189.5

2.3

185.0

194.0

720,690

234,213

Hawaii

117.9

6.0

106.2

129.5

62,025

23,165

Idaho

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

113,375

34,848

Illinois

65.8

0.8

64.2

67.3

846,167

291,792

Indiana

75.7

1.4

72.9

78.4

466,206

153,551

Iowa

81.7

2.3

77.3

86.1

221,491

83,028

Kansas

67.4

2.1

63.3

71.6

167,946

51,605

Kentucky

84.1

1.7

80.8

87.3

368,713

125,981

Louisiana

110.3

1.9

106.6

114.0

459,762

164,833

Maine

101.9

3.9

94.3

109.6

131,426

55,044

Maryland

78.7

1.6

75.6

81.7

309,101

125,530

Massachusetts

78.8

1.0

76.8

80.8

545,410

238,368

Michigan

103.7

1.9

100.1

107.4

528,029

145,369

Minnesota

83.9

1.7

80.5

87.2

415,128

158,664

Mississippi

132.3

2.4

127.6

137.0

334,806

122,112

Missouri

54.6

1.2

52.3

56.9

378,459

126,675

Montana

79.5

3.5

72.6

86.3

79,505

26,710

Nebraska

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

89,233

29,441

Nevada

128.7

3.3

122.1

135.2

143,990

47,342

New Hampshire

63.7

1.9

59.9

67.5

120,041

48,867

New Jersey

78.4

1.3

75.9

80.9

527,471

227,706

New Mexico

103.7

2.4

99.0

108.3

188,232

61,401

New York

87.0

0.6

85.7

88.2

2,020,248

802,277

North Carolina

77.6

1.5

74.8

80.5

513,345

161,771

North Dakota

65.2

2.9

59.4

70.9

66,286

25,896

Ohio

126.3

1.3

123.8

128.7

1,101,344

387,337

Oklahoma

82.4

2.2

78.2

86.7

224,023

65,424

Oregon

100.1

1.8

96.5

103.7

355,399

121,907

Pennsylvania

85.8

1.0

83.9

87.8

924,033

373,760

Rhode Island

90.8

2.5

86.0

95.7

121,467

50,784

South Carolina

143.4

2.6

138.4

148.4

395,819

145,507

South Dakota

97.4

4.6

88.3

106.5

69,885

28,871

Tennessee

156.5

2.6

151.5

161.6

455,418

157,316

Texas

175.7

1.6

172.4

178.9

1,514,898

437,088

Utah

108.5

4.7

99.3

117.7

97,139

23,774

Vermont

68.4

5.3

58.0

78.8

30,766

10,783

Virginia

98.9

1.8

95.4

102.4

368,974

138,664

Washington

71.9

1.7

68.6

75.2

314,126

90,496

West Virginia

32.9

1.0

31.0

34.9

165,429

55,067

Wisconsin

76.5

1.5

73.6

79.4

372,422

131,482

Wyoming

100.5

5.7

89.4

111.7

43,616

16,249

Data Sources:  State LIHEAP Household Report for FFY 2008 and 2006-2008 American Community Surveys.

Refer to “Technical Notes on Estimates of LIHEAP Recipiency Targeting Indexes for Households Receiving LIHEAP Heating Assistance in Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2008” to provide information on the data sources, calculations, interpretation, and caveats.

A targeting index greater than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is higher than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population. A targeting index less than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is lower than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population.

N/A = LIHEAP recipiency data were not reported.

DEA/OCS/ACF 2-17-12



Federal LIHEAP Income Maximum (Low Income Young Child Households)

Table 3:  Recipiency Targeting Indexes, 95% Confidence Intervals (CI), and LIHEAP Income Eligible Population Estimates for FFY 2008 LIHEAP Heating Assistance Households Having At Least One Child 5 Years or Younger Using Federal Maximum LIHEAP Income Standards

State

Young Child Targeting Index

Standard Error

95 % CI Lower Limit

95 % CI Upper Limit

Total number of LIHEAP eligible households

Number of LIHEAP eligible households with at least one child 5 years or younger

Alabama

106.1

2.7

100.9

111.4

496,984

88,471

Alaska

99.0

7.3

84.7

113.4

52,811

13,431

Arizona

160.2

3.4

153.5

166.9

533,009

125,937

Arkansas

77.8

2.6

72.6

83.0

309,800

62,133

California

96.8

0.8

95.3

98.3

3,223,844

751,817

Colorado

119.8

2.5

114.9

124.7

462,712

98,581

Connecticut

138.1

4.3

129.7

146.6

371,838

60,051

Delaware

105.9

6.6

92.9

118.9

85,912

17,442

Dist. of Col.

224.9

18.3

189.0

260.7

50,859

7,649

Florida

159.2

2.2

154.9

163.6

1,765,302

297,329

Georgia

43.5

0.6

42.2

44.7

927,715

205,697

Hawaii

106.2

6.0

94.5

117.9

106,502

20,058

Idaho

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

117,427

31,125

Illinois

114.5

1.8

111.0

117.9

1,293,725

259,427

Indiana

129.6

2.6

124.5

134.8

635,095

130,213

Iowa

141.3

4.9

131.7

150.9

309,721

54,164

Kansas

110.8

3.7

103.5

118.2

283,236

58,720

Kentucky

98.6

2.6

93.4

103.7

467,757

84,510

Louisiana

90.8

2.3

86.3

95.4

463,722

94,133

Maine

88.0

5.0

78.1

97.8

151,914

22,984

Maryland

125.2

2.8

119.7

130.6

529,106

97,281

Massachusetts

138.5

3.3

132.1

144.9

697,192

100,854

Michigan

107.6

1.8

104.1

111.1

1,142,871

211,255

Minnesota

127.1

3.2

120.9

133.4

535,557

97,810

Mississippi

92.6

2.7

87.4

97.9

334,806

68,228

Missouri

114.5

2.5

109.7

119.4

639,575

122,556

Montana

123.2

8.4

106.7

139.6

89,543

13,965

Nebraska

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

175,099

36,220

Nevada

93.0

3.2

86.7

99.3

184,530

40,634

New Hampshire

132.3

8.0

116.7

148.0

121,706

16,984

New Jersey

114.9

2.0

110.9

118.9

867,023

149,700

New Mexico

103.1

3.9

95.4

110.7

188,232

42,332

New York

133.6

1.8

130.1

137.1

2,039,641

358,296

North Carolina

144.9

2.4

140.2

149.7

935,756

185,252

North Dakota

152.6

13.0

127.2

178.0

67,726

10,508

Ohio

37.3

0.6

36.2

38.3

1,259,072

231,702

Oklahoma

112.6

3.7

105.4

119.8

358,424

77,046

Oregon

113.7

3.7

106.4

120.9

360,659

67,187

Pennsylvania

121.0

2.3

116.5

125.4

1,349,796

202,678

Rhode Island

127.7

7.0

114.0

141.4

123,111

18,177

South Carolina

61.9

1.3

59.4

64.5

452,828

83,952

South Dakota

123.5

7.7

108.4

138.7

81,284

14,376

Tennessee

61.2

1.4

58.4

64.0

650,551

126,200

Texas

58.6

0.6

57.4

59.8

2,158,804

578,209

Utah

97.0

3.0

91.1

102.9

155,562

48,119

Vermont

152.2

13.7

125.3

179.0

65,849

8,537

Virginia

105.7

2.3

101.2

110.1

752,104

138,452

Washington

129.7

2.7

124.5

135.0

616,349

122,978

West Virginia

120.8

4.5

111.9

129.7

214,131

35,138

Wisconsin

151.8

4.0

144.0

159.6

590,068

101,980

Wyoming

99.7

7.0

86.1

113.4

44,335

8,252

Data Sources:  State LIHEAP Household Report for FFY 2008 and 2006-2008 American Community Surveys.

Refer to “Technical Notes on Estimates of LIHEAP Recipiency Targeting Indexes for Households Receiving LIHEAP Heating Assistance in Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2008” to provide information on the data sources, calculations, interpretation, and caveats.

A targeting index greater than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is higher than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population. A targeting index less than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is lower than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population.

N/A = LIHEAP recipiency data were not reported.

DEA/OCS/ACF 2-7-12




State LIHEAP Income Maximum (Low Income Young Child Households)

Table 4:  Recipiency Targeting Indexes, 95% Confidence Intervals (CI), and LIHEAP Income Eligible Population Estimates for FFY 2008 LIHEAP Heating Assistance Households Having At Least One Child 5 Years or Younger Using State Maximum LIHEAP Income Standards

State

Young Child Targeting Index

Standard Error

95 % CI Lower Limit

95 % CI Upper Limit

Total number of LIHEAP eligible households

Number of LIHEAP eligible households with at least one child 5 years or younger

Alabama

102.2

2.6

97.1

107.3

473,250

87,528

Alaska

98.5

8.9

81.0

116.0

29,978

7,668

Arizona

152.5

3.7

145.2

159.8

445,644

110,610

Arkansas

72.3

2.9

66.6

78.0

239,332

51,664

California

95.7

0.8

94.2

97.2

3,185,112

751,712

Colorado

113.2

2.6

108.1

118.4

408,283

92,015

Connecticut

136.2

4.2

127.9

144.5

366,651

60,051

Delaware

105.0

7.0

91.3

118.8

76,555

15,675

Dist. of Col.

225.4

18.1

189.9

260.9

48,937

7,343

Florida

148.7

2.4

144.1

153.4

1,375,816

248,109

Georgia

42.2

0.7

40.8

43.5

720,690

164,733

Hawaii

104.3

7.9

88.9

119.7

62,025

11,891

Idaho

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

113,375

30,949

Illinois

106.3

1.9

102.6

110.0

846,167

182,742

Indiana

123.0

2.8

117.6

128.5

466,206

100,705

Iowa

132.3

5.2

122.1

142.5

221,491

41,365

Kansas

101.2

4.8

91.9

110.6

167,946

38,109

Kentucky

92.4

2.7

87.1

97.7

368,713

71,079

Louisiana

90.1

2.3

85.6

94.6

459,762

94,133

Maine

83.8

5.2

73.5

94.0

131,426

20,880

Maryland

125.2

3.8

117.8

132.6

309,101

56,809

Massachusetts

132.9

3.4

126.3

139.5

545,410

82,215

Michigan

92.4

2.4

87.7

97.1

528,029

113,659

Minnesota

122.8

3.5

116.0

129.7

415,128

78,486

Mississippi

92.6

2.7

87.4

97.9

334,806

68,228

Missouri

104.7

2.8

99.2

110.1

378,459

79,344

Montana

114.1

8.4

97.8

130.5

79,505

13,382

Nebraska

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

89,233

20,111

Nevada

87.3

3.4

80.7

94.0

143,990

33,773

New Hampshire

130.5

7.9

115.1

146.0

120,041

16,984

New Jersey

108.2

2.7

103.0

113.4

527,471

96,743

New Mexico

103.1

3.9

95.4

110.7

188,232

42,332

New York

132.3

1.8

128.8

135.8

2,020,248

358,296

North Carolina

131.7

2.9

126.0

137.4

513,345

111,846

North Dakota

149.3

12.7

124.5

174.2

66,286

10,508

Ohio

35.3

0.5

34.2

36.3

1,101,344

214,162

Oklahoma

105.5

4.1

97.5

113.5

224,023

51,390

Oregon

112.0

3.6

104.9

119.1

355,399

67,187

Pennsylvania

110.8

2.4

106.1

115.5

924,033

151,503

Rhode Island

126.0

6.9

112.5

139.5

121,467

18,177

South Carolina

59.2

1.4

56.4

62.0

395,819

76,784

South Dakota

117.6

8.0

101.8

133.4

69,885

12,981

Tennessee

57.3

1.4

54.5

60.1

455,418

94,353

Texas

55.1

0.7

53.7

56.4

1,514,898

431,485

Utah

96.7

4.6

87.8

105.7

97,139

30,116

Vermont

152.1

19.0

114.9

189.3

30,766

3,991

Virginia

103.1

3.1

96.9

109.2

368,974

69,641

Washington

124.2

3.3

117.8

130.6

314,126

65,480

West Virginia

110.2

4.5

101.3

119.0

165,429

29,751

Wisconsin

143.2

4.9

133.6

152.9

372,422

68,233

Wyoming

98.1

6.8

84.7

111.5

43,616

8,252

Data Sources:  State LIHEAP Household Report for FFY 2008 and 2006-2008 American Community Surveys.

Refer to “Technical Notes on Estimates of LIHEAP Recipiency Targeting Indexes for Households Receiving LIHEAP Heating Assistance in Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2008” to provide information on the data sources, calculations, interpretation, and caveats.

A targeting index greater than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is higher than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population. A targeting index less than 100 indicates that the target group’s incidence in the LIHEAP-recipient population is lower than that group’s incidence in the income eligible population.

N/A = LIHEAP recipiency data were not reported.

DEA/OCS/ACF 2-17-12