3.

C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C3—Selected social insurance programs: Source of funds from contributions, selected years 1965–2001
(in millions of dollars)
Program and source

1965

1970

1975

1980

1985

1990

1995

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

Social Security Trust Funds
Old-Age and Survivors
Insurance a ......................
Employer ..........................
Employee..........................
Self-employed...................
Taxation of benefits...........

16,017
7,618
7,440
959
...

30,257
14,489
14,204
1,564
...

56,815
27,184
26,947
2,684
...

103,456
49,731
49,436
4,289
...

178,010
83,682
83,400
7,720
3,208

270,507
125,272
124,481
15,906
4,848

309,906
143,978
143,335
17,103
5,490

357,104
165,563
164,667
19,448
7,426

380,113
176,564
174,786
19,614
9,149

407,023
188,461
187,160
20,503
10,899

432,977
200,431
198,736
22,216
11,594

453,354
210,659
207,999
22,793
11,903

Disability Insurance a ...........
Employer ..........................
Employee..........................
Self-employed...................
Taxation of benefits...........

1,188
564
551
73
...

4,481
2,154
2,117
210
...

7,444
3,562
3,530
352
...

13,255
6,307
6,254
694
...

17,204
8,119
8,087
776
222

28,498
13,414
13,338
1,602
144

54,695
25,665
25,545
3,144
341

56,473
26,437
26,279
3,287
470

59,485
28,064
27,772
3,091
558

63,827
29,936
29,730
3,500
661

71,813
33,971
33,701
3,420
721

75,743
35,759
35,312
3,861
811

Medicare Trust Funds
Hospital Insurance a .............
Employer ..........................
Employee..........................
Self-employed...................
Voluntarily insured b ..........
Taxation of benefits...........

...
...
...
...
...
...

4,880
2,379
2,332
169
...
...

11,510
5,578
5,530
395
7
...

23,866
11,591
11,518
739
18
...

47,173
22,613
22,549
1,970
41
...

71,753
33,850
33,635
4,146
122
...

103,301
45,839
45,852
6,743
954
3,913

119,546
53,345
53,348
7,976
1,319
3,558

130,700
57,849
57,849
8,619
1,316
5,067

140,306
61,826
61,826
8,655
1,447
6,552

154,520
67,526
67,526
9,299
1,382
8,787

160,896
71,181
71,181
9,631
1,370
7,533

Supplementary Medical
Insurance a,c ..................
Aged .................................
Disabled............................

...
...
...

1,096
1,096
...

1,917
1,759
158

3,011
2,707
304

5,613
5,105
508

11,319
10,311
1,008

19,717
17,651
2,066

19,289
17,079
2,210

20,932
18,594
2,338

18,966
16,604
2,362

20,556
17,892
2,664

22,764
19,905
2,859

Railroad Retirement d ...............
Employer ..............................
Employee .............................
Self-employed ......................

647
315
315
17

968
510
439
19

1,506
1,146
356
4

2,630
1,722
594
313

4,626
2,417
1,110
1,099

4,316
2,512
1,209
595

4,032
2,592
1,265
175

4,273
2,707
1,355
211

e
e
e
e

e
e
e
e

e
e
e
e

e
e
e
e

Federal Civil Service f ..............
Employer ..............................
Employee .............................

2,197
1,123
1,073

3,870
2,001
1,869

9,507
6,905
2,600

19,986
16,220
3,766

27,160
22,472
4,688

31,869
27,368
4,501

37,628
33,174
4,454

39,745
35,376
4,369

e
e
e

e
e
e

e
e
e

e
e
e

State and local government g ...
Employer ..............................
Employee .............................

4,225
2,525
1,700

7,895
4,920
2,975

14,560
9,880
4,680

25,654
18,776
6,878

37,455
27,699
9,756

41,700
29,300
12,400

59,611
41,011
18,600

e
e
e

e
e
e

e
e
e

e
e
e

e
e
e

a. For OASDI and HI contribution rates and wage base, see Table 2.A3. Beginning in 1952 (1959 for DI, 1968 for HI) employer and employee contributions differ by estimated
amount of refunds of employee tax overpayments and, beginning in 1966, by employee tax on tips. For SMI premium rates, see Table 2.C1.
b. Beginning in July 1973, aged ineligibles may voluntarily enroll for HI.
c. Includes premiums paid on behalf of eligibles by state governments under “buy-in” arrangements.
d. Beginning in 1966, excludes HI contributions and includes employer contributions to supplemental benefit account.
e. Data not available.
f. Employer share represents federal and District of Columbia government contributions; employee share includes voluntary contributions to purchase additional annuity.
Beginning in 1980, estimated by the Social Security Administration from fiscal year data.
g. Estimated by Social Security Administration from U.S. Census Bureau fiscal year data. Employer share represents government contribution.
SOURCE: Department of the Treasury and U.S. Census Bureau, 100 percent data.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable.
CONTACT: Jeff Kunkel (410) 965-3013 or Martynas Ycas (202) 358-6215.

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Table 3.C4—Average monthly amount of Social Security and selected public assistance programs: December
1950–2001 (in current and 2001 dollars)
Average monthly Social Security benefit
in current-payment status

Average monthly amount
per recipient under—

Consumer
price
index,
all items a
(1982-1984 = 100)

Current
dollars

2001
dollars

Current
dollars

2001
dollars

Current
dollars

2001
dollars

Current
dollars

2001
dollars

1950...........................
1951...........................
1952...........................
1953...........................
1954...........................

25.0
26.5
26.7
26.9
26.7

43.86
42.14
49.25
51.10
59.14

310.00
280.99
325.94
335.66
391.39

93.90
93.80
106.00
111.90
130.50

663.69
625.45
701.51
735.05
863.65

43.05
44.55
48.80
48.90
48.70

304.28
297.06
322.96
321.21
322.30

20.85
22.00
23.45
23.20
23.25

147.37
146.69
155.19
152.40
153.87

1955...........................
1956...........................
1957...........................
1958...........................
1959...........................

26.8
27.6
28.4
28.9
29.4

61.90
63.09
64.58
66.35
72.78

408.12
403.91
401.81
405.68
437.42

135.40
141.00
146.30
151.70
170.70

892.73
902.71
910.25
927.52
1025.94

50.05
53.25
55.50
56.95
56.70

329.99
340.92
345.31
348.20
340.78

23.50
24.80
25.40
26.65
27.30

154.94
158.77
158.03
162.94
164.08

1960...........................
1961...........................
1962...........................
1963...........................
1964...........................

29.8
30.0
30.4
30.9
31.2

74.04
75.65
76.19
76.88
77.57

439.02
445.58
442.85
439.63
439.31

188.00
189.30
190.70
192.50
193.40

1,114.75
1,114.98
1,108.44
1,100.80
1,095.31

58.90
57.60
61.55
62.80
63.65

349.25
339.26
357.76
359.12
360.48

28.35
29.45
29.30
29.70
31.50

168.10
173.46
170.31
169.84
178.40

1965...........................
1966...........................
1967...........................
1968...........................
1969...........................

31.8
32.9
33.9
35.5
37.7

83.92
84.35
85.37
98.86
100.40

466.31
453.03
444.98
492.07
470.58

219.80
221.90
224.40
257.10
255.80

1,221.34
1,191.79
1,169.66
1,279.71
1,198.94

63.10
68.05
70.15
69.55
73.90

350.62
365.48
365.65
346.18
346.37

32.85
36.25
39.50
44.75
45.15

182.53
194.69
205.89
222.74
211.62

1970...........................
1971...........................
1972...........................
1973...........................
1974...........................

39.8
41.1
42.5
46.2
51.9

118.10
132.17
162.35
166.42
188.21

524.33
568.23
674.99
636.50
640.78

291.10
320.00
383.10
391.00
438.40

1,292.40
1,375.77
1,592.79
1,495.45
1,492.59

77.65
77.50
79.95
76.15
91.06

344.74
333.19
332.40
291.25
310.03

50.30
52.30
54.10
56.95
63.37

223.32
224.85
224.93
217.82
215.75

1975...........................
1976...........................
1977...........................
1978...........................
1979...........................

55.5
58.2
62.1
67.7
76.7

207.18
224.86
243.00
263.20
294.30

659.62
682.69
691.43
686.96
678.00

468.60
503.40
546.60
591.90
655.00

1,491.92
1,528.36
1,555.30
1,544.89
1,508.98

90.93
94.37
96.62
100.43
122.67

289.50
286.52
274.92
262.13
282.60

69.69
75.20
80.08
83.60
90.34

221.88
228.31
227.86
218.20
208.12

1980...........................
1981...........................
1982...........................
1983...........................
1984...........................

86.3
94.0
97.6
101.3
105.3

341.40
385.97
419.30
440.77
460.57

699.02
725.54
759.12
768.85
772.87

759.20
858.00
885.50
923.00
948.30

1,554.47
1,612.86
1,603.15
1,610.01
1,591.31

128.20
137.81
145.69
157.89
157.88

262.49
259.05
263.76
275.41
264.93

97.10
103.15
106.33
109.93
114.72

198.81
193.90
192.51
191.75
192.51

1985...........................
1986...........................
1987...........................
1988...........................
1989...........................

109.3
110.5
115.4
120.5
126.1

478.62
488.44
512.65
536.77
566.85

773.76
781.06
784.97
787.11
794.31

981.50
994.00
1,032.30
1,070.40
1,120.04

1,586.74
1,589.50
1,580.65
1,569.62
1,569.48

164.26
173.66
180.64
188.23
198.81

265.55
277.70
276.60
276.02
278.59

118.17
122.09
125.19
130.30
131.89

191.04
195.23
191.69
191.07
184.81

1990...........................
1991...........................
1992...........................
1993...........................
1994...........................

133.8
137.9
141.9
145.8
149.7

602.56
629.32
652.64
674.06
697.34

795.76
806.39
812.70
816.92
823.11

1,177.70
1,216.76
1,252.40
1,282.60
1,328.40

1,555.30
1,559.11
1,559.54
1,554.43
1,567.99

212.66
221.30
227.39
236.52
242.54

280.84
283.57
283.16
286.65
286.28

135.96
134.98
132.92
132.87
133.71

179.55
172.96
165.52
161.03
157.83

1995...........................
1996...........................
1997...........................
1998...........................
1999...........................

153.5
158.6
161.3
163.9
168.3

719.80
744.96
774.84
779.69
804.30

828.59
829.98
848.82
840.58
844.44

1,365.50
1,450.60
1,502.60
1,537.70
1,590.40

1,571.88
1,616.15
1,646.06
1,657.79
1,669.78

250.65
260.75
268.46
277.45
289.19

288.53
290.51
294.09
299.12
303.62

134.35
133.53
170.71
197.80
236.16

154.66
148.77
187.01
213.25
247.95

2000...........................
2001...........................

174.0
176.7

844.48
874.44

857.58
874.44

1,675.40
1,755.10

1,701.40
1,755.10

299.69
299.69

304.34
299.69

151.32
158.43

153.67
158.43

Year

Widowed mother or father
and 2 children

Retired workers

Old-Age Assistance/
Supplemental Security Income b

Temporary Assistance
for Needy Families c

a. Data from Bureau of Labor Statistics, consumer price index for all urban consumers (CPI-U).
b. Beginning in 1974, represents payments to the aged under the SSI program.
c. Effective July 1, 1997, the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant program replaced the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC)
program. Beginning in 1997, payments include services.
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Supplemental Security Record, and the Department of Health and Human Services, 100 percent data.
CONTACT: Stella M. Coleman (410) 965-0157.

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Table 3.C5—Population aged 65 or older receiving Social Security (OASDI) benefits, Supplemental Security
Income (SSI) payments, or both, by state rank, December 1940–2001, selected years
Persons receiving both OASDI
and SSI as a percentage of—

Population aged 65 or older receiving—

Number
per 1,000

State rank

Number
per 1,000

State rank

OASDI and
SSI,
number
per 1,000

1940 .................................................
1945 .................................................
1950 .................................................
1955 .................................................
1960 .................................................

7
62
164
394
616

...
...
...
...
...

217
194
224
179
141

...
...
...
...
...

1
5
22
34
41

223
251
366
539
716

14.3
8.1
12.6
8.6
6.6

0.5
2.6
9.8
19.2
28.5

1965 .................................................
1970 .................................................
1975 .................................................
1980 .................................................
1985 .................................................

752
855
904
914
917

...
...
...
...
...

117
104
111
87
71

...
...
...
...
...

52
63
78
61
51

817
896
939
941
937

7.0
7.4
8.6
6.7
5.5

44.7
60.4
69.5
70.2
71.1

1990 .................................................
1995 .................................................
1996 .................................................
1997 .................................................
1998 .................................................
1999 .................................................
2000 .................................................
2001 .................................................

924
913
907
913
906
908
911

...
...
...
...
...
...
...

66
63
61
60
59
58
57

...
...
...
...
...
...
...

46
39
38
37
36
35
34

944
937
931
955
929
927
934

4.9
4.3
4.2
4.0
3.9
3.8
3.7

69.2
62.6
61.7
61.4
60.5
59.7
59.1

Alabama ...........................................
Alaska...............................................
Arizona .............................................
Arkansas ..........................................
California ..........................................
Colorado...........................................
Connecticut ......................................
Delaware ..........................................
District of Columbia ..........................
Florida ..............................................

908
925
928
828
913
856
910
950
931
803

...
28
26
50
36
48
37
9
23
51

56
73
59
31
61
132
32
26
23
70

...
6
12
32
11
1
29
37
42
9

33
58
27
19
51
63
19
12
15
43

931
940
960
841
923
924
923
964
938
831

3.6
6.3
2.9
2.2
5.6
7.4
2.1
1.3
1.6
5.3

58.4
79.9
45.9
59.6
83.3
48.3
59.2
47.0
66.0
61.0

Georgia.............................................
Hawaii...............................................
Idaho ................................................
Illinois ...............................................
Indiana..............................................
Iowa..................................................
Kansas .............................................
Kentucky...........................................
Louisiana ..........................................
Maine................................................

845
908
886
955
919
947
955
934
924
898

49
38
45
6
32
10
7
21
30
41

46
70
53
20
38
17
17
19
72
81

21
8
17
43
25
48
49
45
7
4

24
52
22
15
16
12
13
12
54
60

867
926
918
960
940
952
960
941
942
919

2.8
5.7
2.4
1.6
1.8
1.3
1.3
1.3
5.8
6.6

52.2
73.6
41.0
75.9
42.9
70.1
72.5
64.3
74.8
74.1

Maryland...........................................
Massachusetts .................................
Michigan ...........................................
Minnesota.........................................
Mississippi ........................................
Missouri ............................................
Montana ...........................................
Nebraska ..........................................
Nevada .............................................
New Hampshire................................

943
881
918
961
941
913
934
929
942
892

12
47
33
3
14
35
20
24
13
43

32
40
57
30
26
108
30
20
18
32

30
23
15
34
38
2
35
44
47
31

26
20
33
18
13
87
22
16
12
18

949
901
943
973
953
934
942
934
948
905

2.8
2.3
3.6
1.9
1.4
9.5
2.3
1.7
1.3
2.1

82.5
49.2
57.5
59.8
51.9
80.6
72.4
77.0
70.2
58.6

New Jersey.......................................
New Mexico......................................
New York ..........................................
North Carolina ..................................
North Dakota ....................................
Ohio..................................................
Oklahoma .........................................
Oregon .............................................
Pennsylvania ....................................
Rhode Island ....................................

969
925
883
894
939
946
937
923
959
935

1
29
46
42
15
11
16
31
4
17

12
45
69
90
57
23
24
39
27
34

51
22
10
3
16
41
39
24
36
28

8
21
48
42
44
17
15
29
16
21

973
950
904
943
951
952
946
933
970
948

0.9
2.2
5.4
4.7
4.7
1.8
1.6
3.1
1.6
2.3

69.9
46.1
69.0
46.3
78.5
74.5
60.6
74.0
57.8
62.5

South Carolina..................................
South Dakota....................................
Tennessee ........................................
Texas ................................................
Utah..................................................
Vermont ............................................
Virginia .............................................
Washington.......................................
West Virginia ....................................
Wisconsin .........................................
Wyoming ..........................................

929
917
954
932
886
902
934
902
934
925
962

25
34
8
22
44
40
19
39
18
27
2

50
58
30
58
75
18
36
47
36
47
23

18
13
33
14
5
46
26
19
27
20
40

32
46
21
44
52
9
30
30
15
33
16

947
930
963
946
910
911
940
919
956
940
969

3.4
5.0
2.2
4.7
5.8
1.0
3.3
3.3
1.6
3.5
1.6

63.0
78.6
69.6
76.5
68.6
50.3
83.3
63.2
41.2
69.9
66.3

SSI a

OASDI
Year and state

OASDI or SSI
or both,
number
per 1,000

OASDI
beneficiaries

SSI
recipients

a. For 1940–1973, data refer to Old-Age Assistance program. Beginning January 1974, the Supplemental Security Income program superseded the Old-Age Assistance program in the 50
states and the District of Columbia.
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record and Supplemental Security Record, and the U.S. Census Bureau, 100 percent data.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable.
CONTACT: Stella M. Coleman (410) 965-0157.

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3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C6—Number and percentage of Social Security (OASDI) beneficiaries also receiving federally
administered Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, by SSI eligibility category and type of OASDI
benefit, December 2001
Number receiving SSI

Percentage of all OASDI beneficiaries

All
OASDI
beneficiaries a

Total

Aged

Blind and
disabled

Total

Aged

Blind and
disabled

Total ........................................................................

45,874,010

2,393,440

729,050

1,664,390

5.2

1.6

3.6

Retirement .........................................................................
Workers aged 65 or older...............................................
Men.............................................................................
Women .......................................................................
Workers aged 62–64......................................................
Men.............................................................................
Women .......................................................................
Wives and husbands .....................................................
Aged 65 or older.........................................................
Aged 62–64 ................................................................
Under age 62 with children.........................................
Disabled adult children...................................................
Aged 65 or older.........................................................
Aged 18–64 ................................................................
Children under age 18 and students aged 18–19 ..........

32,052,750
26,278,270
13,601,650
12,676,620
2,570,130
1,332,710
1,237,420
2,737,720
2,391,410
298,740
47,570
192,450
980
191,470
274,180

1,054,440
784,770
299,930
484,840
39,040
24,510
14,530
128,070
115,390
11,370
1,310
98,480
370
98,110
4,080

576,070
515,340
190,690
324,650
0
0
0
60,690
60,690
0
0
40
40
0
0

478,370
269,430
109,240
160,190
39,040
24,510
14,530
67,380
54,700
11,370
1,310
98,440
330
98,110
4,080

3.3
3.0
2.2
3.8
1.5
1.8
1.2
4.7
4.8
3.8
2.8
51.2
37.8
51.2
1.5

1.8
2.0
1.4
2.6
0
0
0
2.2
2.5
0
0
0
4.1
0
0

1.5
1.0
0.8
1.3
1.5
1.8
1.2
2.5
2.3
3.8
2.8
51.2
33.7
51.2
1.5

Survivors ............................................................................
Nondisabled widow(er)s.................................................
Aged 65 or older.........................................................
Aged 60–64 ................................................................
Disabled widow(er)s.......................................................
Widowed mothers and fathers .......................................
Parents ...........................................................................
Disabled adult children...................................................
Aged 65 or older.........................................................
Aged 18–64 ................................................................
Children under age 18 and students aged 18–19 ..........

6,914,800
4,623,310
4,170,360
452,950
203,400
195,160
2,650
490,050
63,960
426,090
1,400,230

479,100
255,940
247,860
8,080
38,010
5,380
210
158,880
21,860
137,020
20,680

151,980
148,790
148,790
0
0
70
190
2,930
2,930
0
0

327,120
107,150
99,070
8,080
38,010
5,310
20
155,950
18,930
137,020
20,680

6.9
5.5
5.9
1.8
18.7
2.8
7.9
32.4
34.2
32.2
1.5

2.2
3.2
3.6
0
0
7.2
0.6
4.6
0
0

4.7
2.3
2.4
1.8
18.7
2.7
0.8
31.8
29.6
32.2
1.5

Disability.............................................................................
Workers under age 65....................................................
Men.............................................................................
Women .......................................................................
Wives and husbands .....................................................
Aged 65 or older.........................................................
Aged 62–64 ................................................................
Under age 62 with children.........................................
Disabled adult children aged 18–64...............................
Children under age 18 and students aged 18–19 ..........

6,906,460
5,258,610
2,947,550
2,311,060
157,430
22,430
29,700
105,300
59,370
1,431,050

859,900
768,630
345,060
423,570
11,070
3,220
1,920
5,930
40,790
39,410

1,000
0
0
0
1,000
1,000
0
0
0
0

858,900
768,630
345,060
423,570
10,070
2,220
1,920
5,930
40,790
39,410

12.5
14.6
11.7
18.3
7.0
14.4
6.5
5.6
68.7
2.8

0
0
0
0
0.6
4.5
0
0
0
0

12.4
14.6
11.7
18.3
6.4
9.9
6.5
5.6
68.7
2.8

Type of benefit

b

a. Excludes 30 special age-72 beneficiaries.
b. Less than 0.5 percent.
SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Supplemental Security Record, 10 percent sample.
CONTACT: Lenna Kennedy (410) 965-9846.

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Table 3.C6.1—Number of persons aged 18–64 receiving Social Security (OASDI) benefits or federally administered
Supplemental Security Income payments based on disability, by type of benefit, December 1978–2001
OASDI beneficiaries

Blind or disabled SSI recipients
Persons with—

Unduplicated
total a

Total

Disabled
workers

Disabled
adult children
under age 65

1978..............................................
1979..............................................

4,676,450
4,662,528

3,415,469
3,419,624

2,879,774
2,870,590

405,944
419,201

129,751
129,833

1,747,126
1,726,553

1980..............................................
1981..............................................
1982..............................................
1983..............................................
1984..............................................

4,662,546
4,570,071
4,366,314
4,367,241
4,460,188

3,418,434
3,340,701
3,169,449
3,143,111
3,183,618

2,858,680
2,776,519
2,603,599
2,569,029
2,596,516

432,174
442,592
449,478
462,491
477,951

127,580
121,590
116,372
111,591
109,151

1,730,847
1,702,895
1,655,279
1,699,774
1,780,459

1985..............................................
1986..............................................
1987..............................................
1988..............................................
1989..............................................

4,591,316
4,812,143
4,904,785
5,012,435
5,155,787

3,258,200
3,346,603
3,416,529
3,468,186
3,540,480

2,656,638
2,728,463
2,785,859
2,830,284
2,895,364

494,557
511,166
524,388
534,779
543,486

107,005
106,974
106,282
103,123
101,630

1,879,168
2,010,458
2,118,710
2,202,714
2,301,926

1990..............................................
1991..............................................
1992..............................................
1993..............................................
1994..............................................

5,395,261
5,743,614
6,249,217
6,707,127
7,103,399

3,667,721
3,877,804
4,185,714
4,476,648
4,741,348

3,011,294
3,194,938
3,467,783
3,725,966
3,962,954

555,438
568,377
586,607
603,667
617,718

100,989
114,489
131,324
147,015
160,676

1995..............................................
1996..............................................
1997..............................................
1998..............................................
1999..............................................

7,398,942
7,691,134
7,818,216
8,090,686
8,311,949

4,987,004
5,205,071
5,340,082
5,543,886
5,736,071

4,185,263
4,385,623
4,508,134
4,698,319
4,879,455

628,717
637,537
644,010
651,386
657,821

2000..............................................
2001..............................................

8,519,241
8,799,998

5,908,756
6,150,475

5,042,334
5,274,183

664,995
672,049

Year

Disabled
widow(er)s

Total

SSI only

Both SSI
and OASDI

b 1,260,981
b 1,242,904

486,145
483,649

b 1,244,112

486,735
473,525
458,414
475,644
503,889

b 1,229,370
b 1,196,865
b 1,224,130
b 1,276,570
b 1,333,116

1,544,249
1,615,307

546,052
544,918
630,454
658,465
686,619

2,449,897
2,641,524
2,909,997
3,148,413
3,335,255

1,727,540
1,865,810
2,063,503
2,230,479
2,362,051

722,357
775,714
846,494
917,934
973,204

173,024
181,911
187,938
194,181
198,795

3,482,256
3,568,393
3,561,625
3,646,020
3,690,970

2,411,938
2,486,063
2,478,134
2,546,800
2,575,878

1,070,318
1,082,330
1,083,491
1,099,220
1,115,092

201,427
204,243

3,744,022
3,811,494

2,610,485
2,649,523

1,133,537
1,161,971

b 1,465,540
b 1,488,256
c

a. Includes persons receiving OASDI, SSI, or both.
b. The number of OASDI disabled adult child beneficiaries aged 18–64 also receiving SSI was estimated based on the number of such beneficiaries aged 18 or older for the
same year and on the comparative size of the two groups at the end of 1988.
c. December data for OASDI disabled beneficiaries also receiving SSI were not available. Instead, the average of the September 1989 and March 1990 numbers was used.
SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record and Supplemental Security Record, 100 percent data.
CONTACT: Art Kahn (410) 965-0186.

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3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C7—Number of persons aged 15 or older with Social Security (OASDI) benefits or Supplemental Security
Income, by sex, age, and race in March 2001, and median annual benefit in 2000
Sex, age, and median benefit

Total

White

Black

American Indian,
Alaska Native

Asian,
Pacific Islander

Total number in March 2001 (thousands)..............................................

38,436

With Social Security
33,629
3,782

293

732

Sex
Men .......................................................................................................
Women..................................................................................................

16,683
21,753

14,682
18,947

1,513
2,268

136
157

352
381

Age
15–54 ....................................................................................................
55–64 ....................................................................................................
65–74 ....................................................................................................
75 or older .............................................................................................

4,176
4,644
15,705
13,911

3,197
3,985
13,875
12,571

812
550
1,380
1,039

59
34
125
75

108
74
325
226

Median benefit in 2000 (dollars)................................................................

8,904

8,958

7,326

6,966

7,700

Total number in March 2001 (thousands)..............................................

4,685

77

235

Sex
Men .......................................................................................................
Women..................................................................................................

1,791
2,894

1,264
1,929

422
758

24
53

81
154

Age
15–54 ....................................................................................................
55–64 ....................................................................................................
65–74 ....................................................................................................
75 or older .............................................................................................

2,651
828
650
556

1,808
593
445
346

748
196
108
129

44
6
15
13

51
33
83
68

Median benefit in 2000 (dollars)................................................................

5,436

5,052

5,760

4,884

6,168

With Supplemental Security Income
3,193
1,180

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public use file of the March 2001 Income Supplement.
NOTES: Table includes civilian noninstitutionalized population residing in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
For a discussion of standard errors of estimated numbers and percentages, see U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Reports, Series P-60.
CONTACT: Curt Pauzenga (410) 965-7210.

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Table 3.C8—Number of persons aged 15 or older with Social Security (OASDI) benefits or Supplemental Security
Income and number and percentage of Hispanic origin, by age and sex in March 2001, and median annual benefit
in 2000
Number (thousands)

Total

Men

Women

Total

Total.........................................................

38,436

16,683

21,753

2,201

Age
15–34 ........................................................
35–44 ........................................................
45–54 ........................................................
55–64 ........................................................
65–74 ........................................................
75 or older .................................................

1,319
1,176
1,680
4,644
15,705
13,911

671
481
846
1,997
7,218
5,470

648
695
835
2,647
8,487
8,440

Median benefit in 2000 (dollars)....................

8,904

10,646

7,440

Age and median benefit

Percentage of
Hispanic origin a

Hispanic origin a

Total

Men

Women

Total

Men

Women

964

1,237

5.7

5.8

5.7

134
105
132
357
864
609

66
36
69
164
391
238

67
69
63
193
473
371

10.1
8.9
7.9
7.7
5.5
4.4

9.9
7.5
8.1
8.2
5.4
4.4

10.4
9.9
7.6
7.3
5.6
4.4

7,146

8,442

6,450

...

...

...

With Social Security

With Supplemental Security Income
Total.........................................................

4,685

1,791

2,894

627

206

421

13.4

11.5

14.5

Age
15–34 ........................................................
35–44 ........................................................
45–54 ........................................................
55–64 ........................................................
65–74 ........................................................
75 or older .................................................

968
840
843
828
650
556

462
367
339
280
214
128

506
473
504
547
436
428

94
82
97
106
128
120

45
33
38
33
31
26

49
49
59
73
97
94

9.7
9.8
11.5
12.8
19.7
21.6

9.7
9.0
11.1
11.9
14.3
20.6

9.7
10.4
11.7
13.3
22.3
21.9

Median benefit in 2000 (dollars)....................

5,436

5,724

5,100

5,400

4,776

5,436

...

...

...

a. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public-use file of March 2001 Income Supplement.
NOTES: Table includes civilian noninstitutionalized population residing in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
For a discussion of standard errors of estimated numbers and percentages, see U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Reports, Series P-60.
. . . = not applicable.
CONTACT: Curt Pauzenga (410) 965-7210.

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