Social Security and SSI Statistics by

Congressional District, December 2002

Iowa

Old-Age (retirement), Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI)–popularly referred to as Social Security–provides
monthly benefits to workers and their families when earnings stop or are reduced because the worker retires, dies, or
becomes disabled. The amount of benefits received is based on the worker’s level of earnings in employment or selfemployment covered by the Social Security program.
Table 1.—OASDI in Iowa, December 2002: Number of beneficiaries and monthly benefit amount for benefits in
current–payment status
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of beneficiaries
Congressional
district

Total

Retired
workers 1

Disabled
Wives and
workers Widow(er)s 2 husbands

All
Children beneficiaries

Retired
workers Widow(er)s 2

Number
of OASDI
beneficiaries
aged 65
or older

United States, total ................

46,444,240

29,190,150

5,543,981

4,967,155

2,832,767

3,910,187

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

Iowa ..............................................

544,643

357,371

51,465

62,759

38,178

34,870

447,805

319,019

54,684

416,132

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................
4 ....................................................
5 ....................................................

108,395
100,379
98,192
116,614
121,063

70,141
66,699
65,479
77,242
77,810

10,569
10,352
9,987
9,673
10,884

12,784
10,663
10,355
14,056
14,901

7,868
6,095
5,560
8,956
9,699

7,033
6,570
6,811
6,687
7,769

89,298
84,511
82,803
95,620
95,571

62,919
60,870
59,877
68,455
66,896

11,149
9,394
9,129
12,340
12,670

81,089
75,252
73,932
91,616
94,243

1
2

Includes special age-72 beneficiaries.
Includes nondisabled widow(er)s, disabled widow(er)s, widowed mothers and fathers, and parents.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal cash assistance program that provides monthly payments to low-income
aged, blind, or disabled persons in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Table 2.—SSI in Iowa, December 2002: Number of persons receiving federally administered payments and monthly benefit
amount
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of recipients
Congressional
district

Number of recipients

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

With
OASDI 1

Aged 65
or older

United States, total ................

6,787,857

1,251,528

77,658

5,458,671

2,951,425

415,574

35,144

2,500,707

2,406,327

1,995,284

Iowa ..............................................

41,610

4,038

806

36,766

15,405

793

276

14,336

16,423

7,365

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................
4 ....................................................
5 ....................................................

9,917
8,285
8,228
6,615
8,565

813
639
881
738
967

183
159
180
129
155

8,921
7,487
7,167
5,748
7,443

3,857
3,206
3,189
2,187
2,966

152
124
237
123
156

59
58
64
42
52

3,646
3,024
2,888
2,021
2,758

3,589
3,251
2,878
2,914
3,791

1,492
1,299
1,553
1,259
1,762

1 Includes

persons who are receiving both SSI payments and Social Security benefits.

Contact: Cherice Jefferies (410) 965-5520.
Social Security Administration • Office of Policy • Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics • March 2003

Social Security and SSI Statistics by
Congressional District, December 2002

Kansas

Old-Age (retirement), Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI)–popularly referred to as Social Security–provides
monthly benefits to workers and their families when earnings stop or are reduced because the worker retires, dies, or
becomes disabled. The amount of benefits received is based on the worker’s level of earnings in employment or selfemployment covered by the Social Security program.
Table 1.—OASDI in Kansas, December 2002: Number of beneficiaries and monthly benefit amount for benefits in
current–payment status
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of beneficiaries
Congressional
district

Total

Retired
workers 1

United States, total ................ 46,444,240

Disabled
workers Widow(er)s

2

Wives and
husbands

All
Children beneficiaries

29,190,150

5,543,981

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

Kansas ..........................................

441,882

288,988

45,363

47,904

26,886

32,741

371,089

264,404

42,722

331,507

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................
4 ....................................................

128,681
115,329
86,043
111,829

85,088
73,647
57,447
72,806

10,577
13,404
9,088
12,294

15,771
12,297
8,337
11,499

9,465
6,555
4,559
6,307

7,780
9,426
6,612
8,923

105,038
92,177
77,647
96,225

74,918
64,173
56,511
68,801

13,988
10,357
7,941
10,435

101,645
83,483
63,907
82,472

1
2

4,967,155 2,832,767 3,910,187

Retired
workers Widow(er)s 2

Number
of OASDI
beneficiaries
aged 65
or older

Includes special age-72 beneficiaries.
Includes nondisabled widow(er)s, disabled widow(er)s, widowed mothers and fathers, and parents.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal cash assistance program that provides monthly payments to low-income
aged, blind, or disabled persons in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Table 2.—SSI in Kansas, December 2002: Number of persons receiving federally administered payments and monthly
benefit amount
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of recipients
Congressional
district

Number of recipients

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

With
OASDI 1

Aged 65
or older

United States, total ................

6,787,857

1,251,528

77,658

5,458,671

2,951,425

415,574

35,144

2,500,707

2,406,327

1,995,284

Kansas ..........................................

36,940

3,566

382

32,992

14,650

831

152

13,667

13,413

6,689

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................
4 ....................................................

8,145
10,840
7,221
10,734

880
869
839
978

81
97
96
108

7,184
9,874
6,286
9,648

3,042
4,180
2,993
4,436

171
144
259
257

31
36
42
43

2,839
4,000
2,692
4,136

3,271
4,207
2,285
3,650

1,581
1,709
1,450
1,949

1 Includes

persons who are receiving both SSI payments and Social Security benefits.

Contact: Cherice Jefferies (410) 965-5520.
Social Security Administration • Office of Policy • Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics • March 2003

Social Security and SSI Statistics by
Congressional District, December 2002

Missouri

Old-Age (retirement), Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI)–popularly referred to as Social Security–provides
monthly benefits to workers and their families when earnings stop or are reduced because the worker retires, dies, or
becomes disabled. The amount of benefits received is based on the worker’s level of earnings in employment or selfemployment covered by the Social Security program.
Table 1.—OASDI in Missouri, December 2002: Number of beneficiaries and monthly benefit amount for benefits in
current–payment status
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of beneficiaries
Congressional
district

Total

Retired
workers 1

Disabled
Wives and
workers Widow(er)s 2 husbands

Children

All
beneficiaries

4,967,155 2,832,767 3,910,187

Retired
workers Widow(er)s 2

Number
of OASDI
beneficiaries
aged 65
or older

United States, total ................

46,444,240

29,190,150

5,543,981

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

Missouri.........................................

1,024,105

632,096

136,001

109,779

57,199

89,030

821,417

556,072

91,823

713,437

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................
4 ....................................................
5 ....................................................

112,920
94,735
102,408
123,767
105,501

68,487
64,912
64,663
76,232
67,008

15,940
7,710
13,190
16,392
14,581

11,226
10,011
11,195
13,122
9,995

4,556
6,075
5,062
7,264
4,430

12,711
6,027
8,298
10,757
9,487

92,887
88,464
87,712
94,263
88,143

62,633
64,860
60,028
63,360
61,271

9,726
9,897
10,212
10,366
8,755

76,652
72,616
73,285
85,081
73,978

6 ....................................................
7 ....................................................
8 ....................................................
9 ....................................................

107,601
121,085
143,739
112,349

68,553
73,821
79,408
69,012

12,147
16,959
24,133
14,949

12,381
12,809
17,081
11,959

6,775
7,511
9,002
6,524

7,745
9,985
14,115
9,905

86,625
92,758
102,289
88,272

59,633
62,117
62,722
59,445

10,363
10,311
12,386
9,802

78,720
83,096
92,336
77,673

1
2

Includes special age-72 beneficiaries.
Includes nondisabled widow(er)s, disabled widow(er)s, widowed mothers and fathers, and parents.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal cash assistance program that provides monthly payments to low-income
aged, blind, or disabled persons in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Table 2.—SSI in Missouri, December 2002: Number of persons receiving federally administered payments and monthly
benefit amount
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of recipients

Number of recipients

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

With
OASDI 1

Aged 65
or older

United States, total ................

6,787,857

1,251,528

77,658

5,458,671

2,951,425

415,574

35,144

2,500,707

2,406,327

1,995,284

Missouri.........................................

114,361

11,300

973

102,088

45,401

2,301

365

42,734

42,993

21,797

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................
4 ....................................................
5 ....................................................

20,638
2,866
10,382
11,730
12,859

1,863
353
1,004
1,125
1,130

159
33
95
94
153

18,616
2,480
9,283
10,511
11,576

8,828
1,143
4,454
4,594
5,354

459
113
299
187
257

58
13
36
37
61

8,312
1,018
4,119
4,369
5,036

6,237
889
3,153
4,609
4,464

3,739
552
1,764
2,104
2,065

6 ....................................................
7 ....................................................
8 ....................................................
9 ....................................................

7,832
12,684
25,273
10,097

896
1,238
2,802
889

67
103
186
83

6,869
11,343
22,285
9,125

2,873
4,846
9,527
3,782

159
216
460
152

25
40
62
33

2,690
4,589
9,005
3,597

3,211
5,306
10,965
4,159

1,614
2,296
5,904
1,759

Congressional
district

1 Includes

persons who are receiving both SSI payments and Social Security benefits.

Contact: Cherice Jefferies (410) 965-5520.
Social Security Administration • Office of Policy • Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics • March 2003

Social Security and SSI Statistics by
Congressional District, December 2002

Nebraska

Old-Age (retirement), Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI)–popularly referred to as Social Security–provides
monthly benefits to workers and their families when earnings stop or are reduced because the worker retires, dies, or
becomes disabled. The amount of benefits received is based on the worker’s level of earnings in employment or selfemployment covered by the Social Security program.
Table 1.—OASDI in Nebraska, December 2002: Number of beneficiaries and monthly benefit amount for benefits in
current–payment status

Congressional
district

Total

Retired
workers 1

Disabled
workers

United States, total ................ 46,444,240

Widow(er)s

Retired
workers

Widow(er)s 2

Number
of OASDI
beneficiaries
aged 65
or older

37,854,411 26,125,087

Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of beneficiaries
2

Wives and
husbands

All
Children beneficiaries

29,190,150

5,543,981

4,169,125

33,162,456

Nebraska.......................................

287,181

187,732

28,001

31,570

19,486

20,392

232,152

165,190

27,352

218,652

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................

94,977
75,986
116,218

62,758
49,585
75,389

8,800
9,220
9,981

10,215
7,173
14,182

6,208
3,645
9,633

6,996
6,363
7,033

77,124
64,422
90,605

55,489
45,898
63,802

8,800
6,507
12,044

72,791
54,476
91,385

1
2

4,967,155 2,832,767 3,910,187

Includes special age-72 beneficiaries.
Includes nondisabled widow(er)s, disabled widow(er)s, widowed mothers and fathers, and parents.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal cash assistance program that provides monthly payments to low-income
aged, blind, or disabled persons in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Table 2.—SSI in Nebraska, December 2002: Number of persons receiving federally administered payments and monthly
benefit amount
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of recipients
Congressional
district

Number of recipients

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

Total

Aged

Blind

Disabled

With
OASDI 1

Aged 65
or older

United States, total ................

6,787,857

1,251,528

77,658

5,458,671

2,951,425

415,574

35,144

2,500,707

2,406,327

1,995,284

Nebraska.......................................

21,591

2,262

242

19,087

8,102

471

92

7,538

8,689

4,034

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................
3 ....................................................

6,640
7,789
7,162

700
632
930

109
70
63

5,831
7,087
6,169

2,513
3,073
2,516

168
155
148

40
28
25

2,305
2,890
2,343

2,498
2,860
3,331

1,193
1,252
1,589

1 Includes

persons who are receiving both SSI payments and Social Security benefits.

Contact: Cherice Jefferies (410) 965-5520.
Social Security Administration • Office of Policy • Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics • March 2003