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Characteristics and Financial Circumstances of TANF Recipients, Fiscal Year 2009

Table 57: TANF - Closed Cases, TANF Closed-Case Families With Income by Type of Non-TANF Income, October 2008 - September 2009

Published: December 29, 2010
Audience:
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Topics:
Data Collection and Reporting, Characteristic and Financial Circumstances of TANF Recipients
Types:
Data Document
TABLE 57

TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES - CLOSED CASES

TANF CLOSED-CASE FAMILIES WITH INCOME BY TYPE OF NON-TANF INCOME
OCTOBER 2008 - SEPTEMBER 2009
 
STATE TOTAL FAMILIES ALL NON-TANF INCOME EARNED INCOME UNEARNED INCOME
PERCENT MONTHLY AVERAGE PERCENT MONTHLY AVERAGE PERCENT MONTHLY AVERAGE
U.S. Total
1,728,885
31.9
$1,018.25
20.9
$1,140.20
14.2
$606.53
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Alabama
19,261
34.1
1,069.71
28.7
989.19
6.4
1,262.73
Alaska
3,391
51.3
1,157.66
31.6
1,240.21
27.3
743.36
Arizona
32,569
69.3
422.91
9.8
759.04
67.9
303.99
Arkansas
6,554
41.4
739.91
34.6
805.68
7.6
367.76
California
515,858
38.2
1,321.74
26.3
1,392.91
16.9
821.15
Colorado
8,912
14.0
522.99
12.3
568.94
1.8
182.90
Connecticut
12,369
55.1
556.28
21.6
934.93
43.1
233.23
Delaware
2,342
29.9
1,119.87
25.8
1,110.06
5.8
797.66
Dist. Of Col.
11,515
7.3
916.85
5.2
1,073.73
2.3
504.00
Florida
75,072
17.8
375.68
13.9
306.01
4.8
505.09
               
Georgia
13,313
27.5
749.11
15.8
1,028.49
14.9
289.35
Guam
1,888
22.2
801.43
13.2
1,020.68
12.0
359.41
Hawaii
7,448
74.6
928.83
28.2
1,033.83
72.5
553.87
Idaho
1,346
21.1
612.86
10.5
870.19
12.0
313.08
Illinois
19,004
3.2
145.45
0.0
 
3.2
145.45
Indiana
58,811
42.7
932.79
28.1
1,045.91
18.1
576.58
Iowa
17,638
15.0
615.86
3.8
1,007.40
11.8
464.70
Kansas
15,056
40.8
779.25
18.9
968.52
29.0
466.21
Kentucky
30,956
19.5
888.20
17.3
930.13
2.7
449.09
Louisiana
8,507
24.0
1,014.92
19.5
1,090.80
5.4
516.65
               
Maine
7,545
59.4
1,101.17
40.4
1,201.28
32.7
481.10
Maryland
31,161
33.1
1,113.33
25.2
1,261.44
10.0
500.96
Massachusetts
30,162
34.5
1,218.56
20.5
1,357.85
15.3
922.74
Michigan
67,713
19.4
964.84
16.3
970.18
3.8
755.55
Minnesota
26,644
45.7
952.49
38.8
967.00
9.8
618.03
Mississippi
10,630
59.4
681.80
35.3
942.84
37.3
194.64
Missouri
32,691
24.5
1,044.01
13.3
1,785.93
12.8
137.59
Montana
6,419
46.5
1,190.82
20.2
982.94
30.9
1,149.87
Nebraska
12,359
43.6
1,105.07
42.7
1,125.56
1.3
110.73
Nevada
9,121
43.9
1,080.79
28.2
1,246.92
21.1
565.02
               
New Hampshire
5,205
44.6
1,071.89
35.3
1,106.69
11.6
749.81
New Jersey
36,333
34.2
763.96
22.6
1,101.86
14.0
86.99
New Mexico
25,065
30.5
1,102.22
25.2
1,104.37
6.8
833.75
New York
93,608
19.5
908.17
14.8
967.01
5.0
674.39
North Carolina
25,765
0.6
775.43
0.6
775.43
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North Dakota
3,324
24.3
711.25
15.4
954.59
10.7
242.85
Ohio
99,193
24.8
625.11
16.5
730.24
10.6
322.63
Oklahoma
15,258
37.0
860.17
16.1
1,152.99
22.5
590.33
Oregon
22,905
16.1
68.06
14.9
39.22
1.7
305.80
Pennsylvania
33,700
29.0
771.45
17.5
872.90
13.6
522.42
               
Puerto Rico
2,782
41.1
560.45
19.5
717.62
23.1
391.29
Rhode Island
9,446
36.1
1,080.18
25.9
1,139.57
11.8
797.95
South Carolina
17,457
51.2
888.14
34.9
992.96
23.6
456.71
South Dakota
3,405
7.6
267.87
6.0
289.90
2.0
151.38
Tennessee
51,006
20.3
833.48
15.4
886.53
5.2
634.87
Texas
76,597
19.5
888.64
11.8
1,100.16
8.6
500.04
Utah
5,914
74.3
593.52
14.8
739.38
73.5
451.86
Vermont
10,104
33.2
817.44
24.7
849.80
10.7
576.55
Virgin Islands
312
31.7
762.95
16.0
1,034.88
19.9
383.68
Virginia
18,747
20.9
981.15
14.3
1,035.67
7.6
760.09
               
Washington
53,822
45.4
1,156.63
31.7
1,253.09
19.8
650.58
West Virginia
9,214
40.1
696.32
2.1
609.30
38.5
691.61
Wisconsin
13,140
33.9
977.06
22.9
1,030.94
13.2
722.49
Wyoming
328
8.0
223.38
0.3
16.00
7.6
231.68
NOTES:
-- = DATA NOT REPORTED.
SOURCE: NATIONAL TANF DATAFILE AS OF 12/29/2010


Last Updated on 08/04/2011
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