Social Security and SSI Statistics by

Congressional District, December 2002

Alaska

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 Alaska, 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

United States, total ................ 46,444,240 29,190,150 5,543,981
Alaska ...........................................
1
2

58,686

34,257

2

4,967,155

8,147

4,935

Wives and
husbands

Children

All
beneficiaries

2,832,767 3,910,187

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

45,147

29,674

3,847

36,027

2,976

8,371

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 Alaska, 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

Alaska ...........................................

9,649

1,573

112

7,964

3,832

401

42

3,389

2,967

2,347

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

Idaho

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 Idaho, 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

Wives and
Disabled
workers Widow(er)s 2 husbands

All
Children beneficiaries

29,190,150

5,543,981

37,854,411

26,125,087

4,169,125

33,162,456

Idaho.............................................

205,298

130,774

23,509

20,208

14,209

16,598

163,678

114,008

17,256

146,071

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................

110,133
95,165

69,581
61,193

13,138
10,371

10,877
9,331

7,607
6,602

8,930
7,668

87,797
75,881

60,371
53,636

9,216
8,040

77,275
68,796

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 Idaho, 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

Idaho.............................................

19,426

1,774

199

17,453

7,839

359

77

7,403

7,136

3,044

1 ....................................................
2 ....................................................

10,078
9,348

943
831

102
97

9,033
8,420

4,093
3,747

182
178

43
34

3,868
3,535

3,775
3,361

1,658
1,386

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

Oregon

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 Oregon, 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

Children

Retired
workers Widow(er)s 2

29,190,150

5,543,981

4,169,125

33,162,456

Oregon ..........................................

580,684

386,523

63,591

57,038

35,749

37,783

486,888

349,731

50,407

426,622

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

86,924
146,082
97,012
134,367
116,299

58,747
97,750
63,167
87,554
79,305

9,088
15,439
12,501
15,169
11,394

8,309
14,128
9,550
13,913
11,138

4,941
9,672
4,804
9,428
6,904

5,839
9,093
6,990
8,303
7,558

76,097
118,482
81,798
111,541
98,968

55,490
85,258
57,801
78,649
72,531

7,651
12,068
8,537
12,183
9,965

64,392
107,232
70,108
98,080
86,810

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 Oregon, 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

Oregon ..........................................

56,289

7,604

640

48,045

23,559

2,131

253

21,175

19,738

12,301

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

7,862
12,037
14,654
12,081
9,655

1,463
1,326
2,579
1,036
1,200

93
129
173
129
116

6,306
10,582
11,902
10,916
8,339

3,270
4,907
6,299
5,104
3,980

488
232
916
192
303

37
52
66
54
44

2,744
4,623
5,317
4,858
3,633

2,689
4,843
4,467
4,337
3,402

2,152
2,225
4,185
1,778
1,961

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

Washington

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 Washington, 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

Washington ...................................

872,993

570,068

101,132

83,727

55,687

62,379

746,514

530,401

75,513

634,345

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

78,405
103,104
107,981
99,996
111,909

53,933
67,656
68,345
65,480
70,482

6,913
11,594
13,937
11,609
14,346

7,628
9,816
10,719
9,200
11,144

5,019
6,989
6,912
6,045
7,393

4,912
7,049
8,068
7,662
8,544

70,754
87,506
91,703
82,245
91,404

52,170
62,383
63,184
58,865
62,927

7,207
8,759
9,580
8,007
9,810

59,847
75,147
75,437
71,950
79,775

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

119,872
86,669
77,050
88,007

76,659
59,002
52,464
56,047

15,132
10,546
6,496
10,559

11,893
7,848
7,034
8,445

7,806
4,514
5,464
5,545

8,382
4,759
5,592
7,411

97,954
78,303
71,409
75,231

68,161
57,511
52,714
52,484

10,235
7,520
6,778
7,613

85,917
66,427
57,514
62,331

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 Washington, 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

Washington ...................................

105,786

14,109

941

90,736

47,303

5,025

383

41,895

28,988

24,381

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

6,217
9,915
13,643
12,339
14,373

1,435
1,117
1,231
1,341
1,164

62
100
120
99
108

4,720
8,698
12,292
10,899
13,101

2,743
4,371
6,336
5,342
6,295

578
359
406
347
318

27
42
48
42
38

2,138
3,969
5,882
4,953
5,939

1,385
3,012
3,643
4,265
4,573

2,078
1,982
2,226
2,588
2,394

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

16,580
15,290
6,320
11,109

1,442
3,324
1,411
1,644

150
143
53
106

14,988
11,823
4,856
9,359

7,636
6,712
2,837
5,030

497
1,319
578
624

61
58
21
44

7,079
5,335
2,237
4,362

4,472
3,673
1,274
2,691

2,989
5,359
2,066
2,699

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