Social Security and SSI Statistics by

Congressional District, December 2002

Colorado

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 Colorado, December 2002: Number of beneficiaries and monthly benefit amount for benefits in
current–payment status
Monthly benefit amount
(thousands of dollars)

Number of beneficiaries

Total

Retired
workers 1

Disabled
workers

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

Congressional
district

Wives and
Widow(er)s 2 husbands

Retired
workers

Widow(er)s 2

Number
of OASDI
beneficiaries
aged 65
or older

37,854,411 26,125,087

All
Children beneficiaries

29,190,150

5,543,981

4,169,125

33,162,456

Colorado .......................................

547,954

348,382

63,775

55,731

37,650

42,416

441,252

304,878

47,541

396,578

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

80,643
56,514
109,150
84,311
79,910

51,662
36,433
66,797
53,140
49,518

11,103
6,522
13,380
9,161
9,611

8,006
5,281
11,974
9,396
8,146

4,364
3,593
8,134
6,469
6,026

5,508
4,685
8,865
6,145
6,609

65,999
48,203
81,932
66,239
61,494

45,885
33,711
54,722
45,438
41,493

7,005
4,741
9,529
7,931
6,668

59,265
40,286
77,167
62,118
56,594

6 ....................................................
7 ....................................................

58,331
79,095

39,373
51,459

4,868
9,130

5,236
7,692

4,163
4,901

4,691
5,913

52,256
65,125

37,894
45,733

4,957
6,707

43,146
58,002

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 Colorado, 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

Colorado .......................................

53,828

8,679

551

44,598

21,347

2,500

224

18,623

19,552

13,774

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

12,849
4,303
13,127
6,910
6,723

2,507
767
1,839
1,048
781

128
46
108
60
90

10,214
3,490
11,180
5,802
5,852

5,202
1,804
5,025
2,601
2,642

818
272
353
225
200

51
21
43
21
39

4,333
1,511
4,629
2,354
2,403

4,344
1,344
5,460
2,931
2,465

3,889
1,090
3,184
1,747
1,324

6 ....................................................
7 ....................................................

2,460
7,456

502
1,235

34
85

1,924
6,136

1,065
3,008

196
435

16
33

852
2,540

661
2,347

679
1,861

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

Montana

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 Montana, 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

Disabled
workers Widow(er)s

Total

Retired
workers 1

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

46,444,240

29,190,150

5,543,981

Montana ........................................

161,193

101,656

18,079

1 Includes
2 Includes

2

Wives and
husbands

All
Children beneficiaries

4,967,155 2,832,767 3,910,187
17,581

11,405

12,472

Retired
workers Widow(er)s 2

Number
of OASDI
beneficiaries
aged 65
or older

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

126,679

86,983

14,799

115,380

special age-72 beneficiaries.
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 Montana, 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

Montana ........................................

14,236

1,261

134

12,841

5,513

230

50

5,233

5,620

2,490

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

North Dakota

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 North Dakota, 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
United States, total ................
North Dakota.................................
1
2

Retired
workers 1

Disabled
workers

46,444,240 29,190,150

5,543,981

Total

114,122

70,908

Children

All
beneficiaries

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

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

87,260

59,222

12,925

88,733

Widow(er)s

9,630

2

15,807

Wives and
husbands

10,588

7,189

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 North Dakota, 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

North Dakota.................................

8,074

1,193

83

6,798

2,776

228

31

2,517

3,713

2,048

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

South Dakota

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 South Dakota, 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

Disabled
workers Widow(er)s

Total

Retired
workers 1

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

46,444,240

29,190,150

5,543,981

South Dakota ................................

137,238

87,765

12,767

1
2

2

Wives and
husbands

All
Children beneficiaries

4,967,155 2,832,767 3,910,187
16,180

10,631

9,895

Retired
workers Widow(er)s 2

Number
of OASDI
beneficiaries
aged 65
or older

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

103,172

72,099

12,894

104,566

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 South Dakota, 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

South Dakota ................................

12,670

1,853

105

10,712

4,603

340

39

4,224

5,333

3,239

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

Utah

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 Utah, 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
workers

Widow(er)s

2

Wives and
husbands

Children

Retired
workers Widow(er)s 2

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

46,444,240

29,190,150

5,543,981

4,169,125

33,162,456

Utah ..............................................

250,877

162,254

24,186

22,623

18,281

23,533

205,276

146,090

20,051

181,778

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

80,509
99,371
70,997

52,405
66,897
42,952

7,910
8,452
7,824

7,125
8,964
6,534

5,765
7,309
5,207

7,304
7,749
8,480

62,312
85,280
57,683

44,273
62,735
39,081

5,979
8,245
5,827

58,604
74,825
48,349

1
2

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

All
beneficiaries

37,854,411 26,125,087

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 Utah, 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

Utah ..............................................

21,025

2,132

262

18,631

8,588

658

107

7,822

6,332

3,734

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

7,560
6,978
6,487

833
693
606

103
74
85

6,624
6,211
5,796

3,188
2,776
2,624

262
203
194

41
29
37

2,885
2,544
2,393

2,423
2,201
1,708

1,423
1,287
1,024

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

Wyoming

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 Wyoming, 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

Disabled
workers Widow(er)s

Total

Retired
workers 1

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

46,444,240

29,190,150

5,543,981

Wyoming .......................................

77,751

50,772

8,367

1
2

Children

All
beneficiaries

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

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

63,948

45,236

6,821

56,074

2

7,891

Wives and
husbands

4,904

5,817

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 Wyoming, 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

Wyoming .......................................

5,612

527

54

5,031

2,119

86

20

2,013

2,182

927

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