3.

C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C3—Contributions to the Social Security and Medicare trust funds, by program and source,
selected years 1965–2003 (in millions of dollars)
Program and source

1965

1970

1975

1980

1985

16,017
7,618
7,440
959
...
1,188
564
551
73
...

30,257
14,489
14,204
1,564
...
4,481
2,154
2,117
210
...

56,815
27,184
26,947
2,684
...
7,444
3,562
3,530
352
...

103,456
49,731
49,436
4,289
...
13,255
6,307
6,254
694
...

178,010
83,682
83,400
7,720
3,208
17,204
8,119
8,087
776
222

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

4,880
2,379
2,332
169
...
...
1,096
1,096
...

11,510
5,578
5,530
395
7
...
1,917
1,759
158

23,866
11,591
11,518
739
18
...
3,011
2,707
304

47,173
22,613
22,549
1,970
41
...
5,613
5,105
508

1990

1995

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

407,023
188,461
187,160
20,503
10,899
63,827
29,936
29,730
3,500
661

432,977
200,431
198,736
22,216
11,594
71,813
33,971
33,701
3,420
721

453,354
210,659
207,999
22,793
11,903
75,743
35,759
35,312
3,861
811

468,107
215,897
215,039
24,262
12,909
78,202
36,655
36,503
4,114
930

468,574
217,675
216,222
22,179
12,497
78,386
36,962
36,716
3,764
944

140,306
61,826
61,826
8,655
1,447
6,552
18,966
16,604
2,362

154,520
67,526
67,526
9,299
1,382
8,787
20,556
17,892
2,664

160,896
71,181
71,181
9,631
1,370
7,533
22,764
19,905
2,859

162,650
71,334
71,334
10,040
1,626
8,316
25,066
21,610
3,456

159,164
69,885
69,885
9,472
1,604
8,318
27,402
23,546
3,856

Social Security trust funds
Old-Age and Survivors Insurance a
Employer
Employee
Self-employed
Taxation of benefits
Disability Insurance a
Employer
Employee
Self-employed
Taxation of benefits

270,507
125,272
124,481
15,906
4,848
28,498
13,414
13,338
1,602
144

309,906
143,978
143,335
17,103
5,490
54,695
25,665
25,545
3,144
341

Medicare trust funds
Hospital Insurance a
Employer
Employee
Self-employed
Voluntarily enrolled b
Taxation of benefits
Supplementary Medical Insurance a,c
Aged
Disabled

71,753
33,850
33,635
4,146
122
...
11,319
10,311
1,008

103,301
45,839
45,852
6,743
954
3,913
19,717
17,651
2,066

SOURCE: Department of the Treasury.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable.
a.
b.
c.

For OASI, DI, 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.
Beginning in July 1973, aged ineligibles may voluntarily enroll for HI.
Includes premiums paid on behalf of eligibles by state governments under “buy-in” arrangements.

CONTACT: Jeff Kunkel (410) 965-3013.

Annual Statistical Supplement, 2004 ♦ 3.3

3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C4—Average monthly amount of Social Security and selected public assistance programs,
December 1950–2003 (in current and 2003 dollars)
Average monthly Social Security benefit
in current-payment status

Average monthly amount
per recipient under—

Widowed mother or father
and 2 children

Retired workers

Supplemental Security Income b

Temporary Assistance
for Needy Families c

Year

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

Consumer
price index a

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

43.86
42.14
49.25
51.10
59.14

323.34
293.08
339.96
350.11
408.23

93.90
93.80
106.00
111.90
130.50

692.24
93.80
106.00
111.90
130.50

43.05
44.55
48.80
48.90
48.70

317.37
309.84
336.85
335.03
336.16

20.85
22.00
23.45
23.20
23.25

153.71
153.01
161.87
158.96
160.49

25.0
26.5
26.7
26.9
26.7

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

61.90
63.09
64.58
66.35
72.78

425.68
421.29
419.09
423.13
456.24

135.40
141.00
146.30
151.70
170.70

135.40
141.00
146.30
151.70
170.70

50.05
53.25
55.50
56.95
56.70

344.19
355.58
360.17
363.18
355.44

23.50
24.80
25.40
26.65
27.30

161.61
165.61
164.84
169.96
171.14

26.8
27.6
28.4
28.9
29.4

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

74.04
75.65
76.19
76.88
77.57

457.91
464.75
461.91
458.55
458.21

188.00
189.30
190.70
192.50
193.40

188.00
189.30
190.70
192.50
193.40

58.90
57.60
61.55
62.80
63.65

364.28
353.86
373.15
374.57
375.99

28.35
29.45
29.30
29.70
31.50

175.34
180.93
177.64
177.15
186.08

29.8
30.0
30.4
30.9
31.2

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

83.92
84.35
85.37
98.86
100.40

486.37
472.52
464.13
513.24
490.82

219.80
221.90
224.40
257.10
255.80

219.80
221.90
224.40
257.10
255.80

63.10
68.05
70.15
69.55
73.90

365.71
381.21
381.38
361.08
361.27

32.85
36.25
39.50
44.75
45.15

190.39
203.07
214.75
232.33
220.73

31.8
32.9
33.9
35.5
37.7

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

118.10
132.17
162.35
166.42
188.21

546.89
592.68
704.03
663.88
668.35

291.10
320.00
383.10
391.00
438.40

291.10
320.00
383.10
391.00
438.40

77.65
77.50
79.95
76.15
91.06

359.58
347.53
346.71
303.78
323.36

50.30
52.30
54.10
56.95
63.37

232.93
234.53
234.61
227.19
225.04

39.8
41.1
42.5
46.2
51.9

1975
1976
1977
1978
1979

207.18
224.86
243.00
263.20
294.30

687.99
712.06
721.18
716.52
707.17

468.60
503.40
546.60
591.90
655.00

468.60
503.40
546.60
591.90
655.00

90.93
94.37
96.62
100.43
122.67

301.96
298.84
286.75
273.41
294.76

69.69
75.20
80.08
83.60
90.34

231.43
238.14
237.67
227.59
217.08

55.5
58.2
62.1
67.7
76.7

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

341.40
385.97
419.30
440.77
460.57

729.09
756.75
791.78
801.92
806.11

759.20
858.00
885.50
923.00
948.30

759.20
858.00
885.50
923.00
948.30

128.20
137.81
145.69
157.89
157.88

273.79
270.20
275.11
287.26
276.33

97.10
103.15
106.33
109.93
114.72

207.37
202.24
200.79
200.01
200.79

86.3
94.0
97.6
101.3
105.3

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

478.62
488.44
512.65
536.77
566.85

807.05
814.66
818.73
820.97
828.48

981.50
994.00
1032.30
1070.40
1120.04

981.50
994.00
1032.30
1070.40
1120.04

164.26
173.66
180.64
188.23
198.81

276.98
289.65
288.50
287.90
290.57

118.17
122.09
125.19
130.30
131.89

199.26
203.64
199.94
199.29
192.77

109.3
110.5
115.4
120.5
126.1

1990
1991
1992
1993
1994

602.56
629.32
652.64
674.06
697.34

829.99
841.08
847.66
852.06
858.52

1177.70
1216.76
1252.40
1282.60
1328.40

1177.70
1216.76
1252.40
1282.60
1328.40

212.66
221.30
227.39
236.52
242.54

292.93
295.77
295.34
298.98
298.60

135.96
134.98
132.92
132.87
133.71

187.28
180.40
172.64
167.96
164.62

133.8
137.9
141.9
145.8
149.7

1995
1996
1997
1998
1999

719.80
744.96
774.84
779.69
804.30

864.23
865.68
885.33
876.74
880.77

1365.50
1450.60
1502.60
1537.70
1590.40

1365.50
1450.60
1502.60
1537.70
1590.40

250.65
260.75
268.46
277.45
289.19

300.95
303.01
306.75
311.99
316.69

134.35
133.53
170.71
129.04
d 133.41

161.31
155.17
195.06
145.11
146.10

153.5
158.6
161.3
163.9
168.3
(Continued)

3.4 ♦ Annual Statistical Supplement, 2004

3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C4—Average monthly amount of Social Security and selected public assistance programs,
December 1950–2003 (in current and 2003 dollars)
Average monthly Social Security benefit
in current-payment status

Average monthly amount
per recipient under—

Widowed mother or father
and 2 children

Retired workers

Supplemental Security Income b

Year

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

2000
2001
2002
2003

844.48
874.44
895.00
922.08

894.47
912.06
911.83
922.08

1675.40
1755.10
1812.10
1880.97

1675.40
1755.10
1812.10
1880.97

299.69
314.22
330.04
342.28

317.44
327.74
336.25
342.28

Temporary Assistance
for Needy Families c

d
d

Current
dollars

2003
dollars

Consumer
price index a

151.29
155.83
160.09
161.47

160.25
162.54
163.10
161.47

174.0
176.7
180.9
184.3

SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Supplemental Security Record, and the Department of Health and Human Services, 100 percent data.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Data from Bureau of Labor Statistics, consumer price index for all urban consumers (CPI-U) for all items (1982–1984 = 100).
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.
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.
Revised data.

CONTACT: Stella M. Coleman (410) 965-0157.

Annual Statistical Supplement, 2004 ♦ 3.5

3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C5—Population aged 65 or older receiving Social Security (OASDI) benefits, Supplemental Security
Income (SSI) payments, or both, by state, December 1940–2003, selected years
Population aged 65 or older receiving—
SSI a

OASDI
Number
per 1,000

State rank

Number
per 1,000

State rank

OASDI and SSI,
number per 1,000

OASDI, SSI,
or both,
number per 1,000

1940
1945
1950
1955
1960

7
62
164
394
616

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

217
194
224
179
141

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

1
5
22
34
41

1965
1970
1975
1980
1985

752
855
904
914
917

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

117
104
111
87
71

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

1990
1995
2000
2001
2002

924
913
911
908
901

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

66
63
57
56
56

United States
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

908
932
919
852
924
844

...
26
34
49
31
50

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

914
950
957
789
852

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

Persons receiving both OASDI
and SSI as a percentage of—
OASDI
beneficiaries

SSI
recipients

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

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

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

46
39
34
33
32

944
937
934
931
924

4.9
4.3
3.7
3.6
3.6

69.2
62.6
59.1
58.4
57.8

55
65
74
32
55
133

...
10
5
30
13
1

32
52
43
19
46
64

932
946
950
865
933
912

3.5
5.6
4.7
2.2
4.9
7.6

57.4
79.3
58.4
58.7
82.6
48.4

37
12
7
51
48

31
26
23
66
47

31
37
41
9
19

18
13
15
39
24

927
964
965
816
875

1.9
1.3
1.5
5.0
2.8

57.4
47.5
64.8
59.8
51.5

919
884
958
912
950

35
45
5
39
10

65
50
19
38
17

11
17
44
24
49

47
22
14
16
11

937
912
963
934
955

5.1
2.5
1.5
1.8
1.2

72.2
44.0
75.1
42.5
68.8

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

953
941
935
902
950

9
18
22
42
13

17
19
69
75
30

48
45
7
4
32

12
12
51
56
24

958
947
953
921
955

1.2
1.3
5.4
6.2
2.6

71.6
64.1
73.6
74.0
81.8

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

877
914
957
938
925

47
38
6
19
30

40
56
29
26
96

23
12
33
38
2

19
31
17
13
77

898
939
969
951
944

2.2
3.4
1.8
1.4
8.3

48.0
55.8
58.3
49.7
80.0

Year and state

2003

(Continued)

3.6 ♦ Annual Statistical Supplement, 2004

3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C5—Population aged 65 or older receiving Social Security (OASDI) benefits, Supplemental Security
Income (SSI) payments, or both, by state, December 1940–2003, selected years—Continued
Population aged 65 or older receiving—
SSI a

OASDI
Number
per 1,000

State rank

Number
per 1,000

State rank

OASDI and SSI,
number per 1,000

OASDI, SSI,
or both,
number per 1,000

938
931
941
922
981

20
27
17
33
1

28
20
17
33
12

35
43
47
29
51

20
15
12
19
8

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

919
892
880
943
944

36
44
46
16
15

45
68
89
51
21

21
8
3
16
42

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

934
928
956
936
933

23
28
8
21
24

24
36
27
34
49

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

928
958
946
900
910

29
4
14
43
40

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

950
908
933
923
966
970

11
41
25
32
3
2

Year and state
2003 (cont.)
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

Persons receiving both OASDI
and SSI as a percentage of—
OASDI
beneficiaries

SSI
recipients

946
936
947
936
985

2.1
1.6
1.3
2.1
0.8

71.3
77.0
69.5
57.8
66.7

20
47
41
39
16

943
913
929
954
949

2.2
5.3
4.6
4.2
1.7

45.3
68.6
45.6
77.7
75.6

39
25
36
27
18

14
26
16
21
30

944
938
967
949
951

1.5
2.9
1.6
2.2
3.2

59.4
73.4
57.5
61.1
61.5

52
29
52
74
18

15
34
14
6
46

41
20
40
50
9

940
968
959
923
919

4.4
2.1
4.2
5.6
1.0

77.7
67.7
75.9
68.0
50.3

34
44
36
45
23
15

28
22
26
20
40
50

27
27
14
32
15
12

956
925
955
937
974
973

2.9
3.0
1.5
3.4
1.5
1.2

80.8
61.9
37.8
69.8
65.7
79.2

SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record and Supplemental Security Record (Characteristic Extract Record format), and the U.S. Census
Bureau, 100 percent data.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable.
a.

For 1940–1973, data refer to the 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.

CONTACT: Stella M. Coleman (410) 965-0157.

Annual Statistical Supplement, 2004 ♦ 3.7

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 type of OASDI benefit and SSI eligibility
category, December 2003
Number receiving SSI
Type of benefit
Total

All OASDI
beneficiaries a

Total

Percentage of all OASDI beneficiaries

Aged

Blind and
disabled

Total

Aged

Blind and
disabled

47,053,140

2,427,370

700,520

1,726,850

5.2

1.5

3.7

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

32,650,150
26,960,220
13,922,820
13,037,400
2,587,310
1,331,110
1,256,200
2,622,130
2,307,550
269,730
44,850
192,750
1,040
191,710
287,740

1,038,190
780,420
306,570
473,850
30,530
19,550
10,980
127,020
115,140
10,760
1,120
96,360
380
95,980
3,860

564,230
504,430
191,360
313,070
0
0
0
59,780
59,780
0
0

473,960
275,990
115,210
160,780
30,530
19,550
10,980
67,240
55,360
10,760
1,120

3.2
2.9
2.2
3.6
1.2
1.5
0.9
4.8
5.0
4.0
2.5
50.0
36.5
50.1
1.3

1.7
1.9
1.4
2.4
0
0
0
2.3
2.6
0
0

1.5
1.0
0.8
1.2
1.2
1.5
0.9
2.6
2.4
4.0
2.5

b

b

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

6,804,720
4,499,900
4,047,720
452,180
207,630
188,320
2,190
500,970
66,000
434,970
1,405,710

b

b

0.6
4.3
0
0

31.2
29.1
31.5
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

7,598,270
5,867,460
3,225,850
2,641,610
151,500
23,590
31,370
96,540
63,480
1,515,830

0
0
0
0
0.6
4.0
0
0
0
0

12.2
14.2
11.4
17.6
6.2
9.4
5.3
5.7
69.8
2.9

b

b

b

b

0
0

95,980
3,860

457,780
235,300
228,260
7,040
36,860
4,910
120
158,950
22,050
136,900
21,640

135,340
132,360
132,360
0
0

322,440
102,940
95,900
7,040
36,860

b

b

b

b

2,860
2,860
0
0

156,090
19,190
136,900
21,640

6.7
5.2
5.6
1.6
17.8
2.6
5.5
31.7
33.4
31.5
1.5

931,400
832,520
367,510
465,010
10,310
3,160
1,660
5,490
44,280
44,290

950
0
0
0
950
950
0
0
0
0

930,450
832,520
367,510
465,010
9,360
2,210
1,660
5,490
44,280
44,290

12.3
14.2
11.4
17.6
6.8
13.4
5.3
5.7
69.8
2.9

SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Supplemental Security Record, 10 percent sample.
a.
b.

Includes special age-72 beneficiaries.
Data not shown to avoid disclosure of information for particular individuals.

CONTACT: Paul Davies (410) 966-0299.

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b

b

0
0

50.1
1.3

2.0
2.9
3.3
0
0

4.7
2.3
2.4
1.6
17.8

b

b

3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C6.1—Number of persons aged 18–64 receiving Social Security (OASDI) benefits or federally
administered Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments based on disability, by type of benefit,
December 1978–2003
OASDI beneficiaries

Blind or disabled SSI recipients

Disabled
adult children
under age 65

Disabled
widow(er)s

Receiving
SSI only

Receiving
both SSI
and OASDI

Total

1,260,981
1,242,904

486,145
483,649

1,244,112
1,229,370
b
1,196,865
b
1,224,130
b
1,276,570

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

b

1,333,116
1,465,540
b
1,488,256
1,544,249
c
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
207,358
209,359

3,744,022
3,811,494
3,877,752
3,953,248

2,610,485
2,649,523
2,688,514
2,740,802

1,133,537
1,161,971
1,189,238
1,212,446

Year

Unduplicated
total a

Total

Disabled
workers

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
2002
2003

8,519,241
8,799,998
9,118,926
9,510,138

5,908,756
6,150,475
6,430,412
6,769,336

5,042,334
5,274,183
5,543,981
5,873,673

664,995
672,049
679,073
686,304

b
b
b

b

b

SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record and Supplemental Security Record (Characteristic Extract Record format), 100 percent data.
a.
b.
c.

Includes persons receiving Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI), SSI, or both.
The number of OASDI disabled adult child beneficiaries aged 18–64 also receiving SSI was estimated on the basis of 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.
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.

CONTACT: Art Kahn (410) 965-0186.

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3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C7a—Number of persons aged 15 or older, reporting only one race, with Social Security benefits or
Supplemental Security Income in March 2003, by sex, age, and race, and average annual benefit
in 2002
All persons
Asian

Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific
Islander

202

868

50

1,654
2,393

91
111

385
483

b

964
651
1,321
1,111

59
33
75
35

59
95
436
277

b

58

231

7

552
786

25
33

95
135

b

852
219
134
132

35
8
9
6

46
22
78
85

b

Total a

Reporting only
one race

40,626

40,230

35,064

4,047

Male
Female

17,643
22,983

17,471
22,760

15,316
19,747

15–54
55–64
65–74
75 or older

4,759
4,985
15,840
15,042

4,655
4,912
15,705
14,958

3,569
4,127
13,840
13,528

5,173

5,072

3,438

1,338

Male
Female

2,209
2,964

2,178
2,894

1,503
1,935

15–54
55–64
65–74
75 or older

3,067
881
597
628

2,998
870
585
619

2,061
619
362
396

Sex and age

White

Black or African
American

American Indian,
Alaska Native

Social Security beneficiaries (thousands)
Total
Sex
b

Age
b
b
b

Supplemental Security Income recipients (thousands)
Total
Sex
b

Age
b
b
b

Average annual benefit in 2002 (dollars)
Social Security
Supplemental Security
Income

9,977

9,985

10,185

8,524

8,426

8,984

b

5,417

5,416

5,444

5,229

3,919

6,452

b

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public-use file of the March 2003 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.
a.
b.

The sum of the individual categories may not equal the total because of independent rounding.
Fewer than 75,000 weighted cases.

CONTACT: Curt Pauzenga (410) 965-7210.

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3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C7b—Number of persons aged 15 or older, reporting one or more races, with Social Security benefits
or Supplemental Security Income in March 2003, by sex, age, and race, and average annual benefit
in 2002
All persons

Sex and age

Total a

Reporting only Reporting two or White alone or in
one race
more races
combination

Black or African American Indian,
American alone
Alaska Native
or in
alone or in Asian alone or in
combination
combination
combination

Native Hawaiian
and Other
Pacific Islander
alone or in
combination

Social Security beneficiaries (thousands)
Total b

40,626

40,230

396

35,401

4,137

527

893

71

Male
Female

17,643
22,983

17,471
22,760

173
223

15,467
19,934

1,688
2,449

227
301

402
491

c

15–54
55–64
65–74
75 or older

4,759
4,985
15,840
15,042

4,655
4,912
15,705
14,958

103
73
135
84

3,661
4,190
13,956
13,594

997
660
1,343
1,138

129
98
195
106

68
101
444
280

c

Total b

5,173

5,072

101

3,523

1,376

125

240

11

Male
Female

2,209
2,964

2,178
2,894

31
70

1,532
1,991

563
814

43
81

101
140

c

15–54
55–64
65–74
75 or older

3,067
881
597
628

2,998
870
585
619

69
11
12
9

2,123
629
371
400

878
222
137
139

75
15
21
13

55
23
78
85

c

Sex
c

Age
c
c
c

Supplemental Security Income recipients (thousands)

Sex
c

Age
c
c
c

Average annual benefit in 2002 (dollars)
Social Security
Supplemental Security
Income

9,977

9,985

9,163

10,175

8,532

8,954

9,013

c

5,417

5,416

5,453

5,442

5,248

4,414

6,481

c

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public-use file of the March 2003 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.
“In combination” means in combination with one or more other races.
a.
b.
c.

The sum of the individual categories may not equal the total because of independent rounding.
The sum of the five race groups adds to more than the total because individuals may report more than one race.
Fewer than 75,000 weighted cases.

CONTACT: Curt Pauzenga (410) 965-7210.

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3.C Interprogram Data
Table 3.C8—Number of persons aged 15 or older with Social Security (OASDI) benefits or Supplemental
Security Income (SSI) and number and percentage of Hispanic origin in March 2003, by age and sex, and
average annual benefit in 2002

Age

Hispanic origin as a percentage
of all beneficiaries a

Hispanic origin a (thousands)

All beneficiaries (thousands)
Total

Men

Women

Total

Men

40,626

17,643

22,983

2,380

1,031

1,627
1,254
1,878
4,985
15,840
15,042

813
585
904
2,209
7,240
5,892

814
669
974
2,777
8,600
9,150

197
90
181
322
951
639

87
31
98
139
408
268

Women

Total

Men

Women

1,349

5.9

5.8

5.9

110
59
83
183
543
371

12.1
7.2
9.6
6.5
6.0
4.2

10.7
5.3
10.8
6.3
5.6
4.6

13.5
8.8
8.5
6.6
6.3
4.0

Social Security beneficiaries
Total, all ages
15–34
35–44
45–54
55–64
65–74
75 or older

Supplemental Security Income recipients
Total, all ages
15–34
35–44
45–54
55–64
65–74
75 or older

5,173

2,209

2,964

738

295

443

14.3

13.4

15.0

1,130
848
1,088
881
597
628

556
387
519
376
208
164

575
461
569
505
389
465

133
105
144
124
121
112

56
51
65
46
44
33

77
55
79
78
76
79

11.8
12.4
13.2
14.0
20.2
17.8

10.1
13.1
12.5
12.2
21.4
20.3

13.4
11.9
13.9
15.4
19.6
16.9

...
...

...
...

...
...

Average annual benefit in 2002 b (dollars)
Social Security
Supplemental Security Income

9,977
5,417

11,464
5,765

8,836
5,158

8,095
5,118

9,187
5,614

7,260
4,788

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public-use file of the March 2003 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.
a.
b.

Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
For 2002, average benefits are shown. Tables in previous years showed median benefits.

CONTACT: Curt Pauzenga (410) 965-7210.

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