Annual Statistical Supplement, 2007

 

Social Welfare and the Economy

Interprogram Data

Table 3.C3 Contributions to the Social Security and Medicare trust funds, by program and source, selected years 1965–2006 (in millions of dollars)
Program and source 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1995 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
Social Security trust funds
Old-Age and Survivors Insurance a 16,017 30,257 56,815 103,456 178,010 309,906 432,977 468,107 468,574 486,726 520,706 550,414
Employer 7,618 14,489 27,184 49,731 83,682 143,978 200,431 215,897 217,675 223,311 241,018 253,705
Employee 7,440 14,204 26,947 49,436 83,400 143,335 198,736 215,039 216,222 222,118 239,163 251,813
Self-employed 959 1,564 2,684 4,289 7,720 17,103 22,216 24,262 22,179 26,703 26,682 29,269
Taxation of benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,208 5,490 11,594 12,909 12,497 14,593 13,843 15,628
Disability Insurance a 1,188 4,481 7,444 13,255 17,204 54,695 71,813 78,202 78,386 81,287 87,150 92,038
Employer 564 2,154 3,562 6,307 8,119 25,665 33,971 36,655 36,962 37,922 40,929 43,081
Employee 551 2,117 3,530 6,254 8,087 25,545 33,701 36,503 36,716 37,720 40,614 42,760
Self-employed 73 210 352 694 776 3,144 3,420 4,114 3,764 4,534 4,534 4,967
Taxation of benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . 222 341 721 930 944 1,111 1,073 1,230
Medicare trust funds
Hospital Insurance a . . . 4,880 11,510 23,866 47,173 103,301 154,520 162,650 159,164 166,977 182,565 194,238
Employer . . . 2,379 5,578 11,591 22,613 45,839 67,526 71,334 69,885 72,760 80,159 84,417
Employee . . . 2,332 5,530 11,518 22,549 45,852 67,526 71,334 69,885 72,760 80,159 84,417
Self-employed . . . 169 395 739 1,970 6,743 9,299 10,040 9,472 10,964 11,065 12,439
Voluntarily enrolled b . . . . . . 7 18 41 954 1,382 1,626 1,604 1,915 2,416 2,645
Taxation of benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,913 8,787 8,316 8,318 8,577 8,765 10,319
Supplementary Medical Insurance a,c . . . 1,096 1,917 3,011 5,613 19,717 20,556 25,066 27,402 31,435 37,535 42,853
Aged . . . 1,096 1,759 2,707 5,105 17,651 17,892 21,610 23,546 26,737 31,722 36,346
Disabled . . . . . . 158 304 508 2,066 2,664 3,456 3,856 4,699 5,813 6,507
SOURCE: Department of the Treasury.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable.
a. Totals do not necessarily equal the sum of rounded components. Employment taxes depend on tax rates and, for the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance Trust Funds, wage bases (taxable maximums). (Beginning in 1994, no wage base applies to Medicare's Hospital Insurance program.) Employer and employee contributions differ by estimated amounts of employee tax overpayments and by employee tax on tips.
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.
CONTACT: Jeff Kunkel (410) 965-3013.
Table 3.C4 Average monthly amount of Social Security and Supplemental Security Income, December 1950–2006 (in current and 2006 dollars)
Year Average monthly Social Security benefit
in current-payment status
Average monthly
Supplemental
Security Income
amount for—
Consumer
price index a
Retired workers Widowed mother or father
and 2 children
Aged recipients b
Current
dollars
2006
dollars
Current
dollars
2006
dollars
Current
dollars
2006
dollars
1950 43.86 354.04 93.90 757.96 43.05 347.50 25.0
1951 42.14 320.90 93.80 714.30 44.55 339.25 26.5
1952 49.25 372.23 106.00 801.15 48.80 368.83 26.7
1953 51.10 383.35 111.90 839.46 48.90 366.84 26.9
1954 59.14 446.98 130.50 986.33 48.70 368.08 26.7
1955 61.90 466.10 135.40 1,019.54 50.05 376.87 26.8
1956 63.09 461.29 141.00 1,030.93 53.25 389.34 27.6
1957 64.58 458.88 146.30 1,039.55 55.50 394.36 28.4
1958 66.35 463.30 151.70 1,059.28 56.95 397.66 28.9
1959 72.78 499.56 170.70 1,171.68 56.70 389.19 29.4
1960 74.04 501.38 188.00 1,273.10 58.90 398.86 29.8
1961 75.65 508.87 189.30 1,273.36 57.60 387.46 30.0
1962 76.19 505.76 190.70 1,265.90 61.55 408.58 30.4
1963 76.88 502.08 192.50 1,257.17 62.80 410.13 30.9
1964 77.57 501.72 193.40 1,250.90 63.65 411.69 31.2
1965 83.92 532.55 219.80 1,394.83 63.10 400.43 31.8
1966 84.35 517.38 221.90 1,361.08 68.05 417.40 32.9
1967 85.37 508.19 224.40 1,335.81 70.15 417.59 33.9
1968 98.86 561.97 257.10 1,461.49 69.55 395.36 35.5
1969 100.40 537.42 255.80 1,369.24 73.90 395.57 37.7
1970 118.10 598.81 291.10 1,475.98 77.65 393.71 39.8
1971 132.17 648.95 320.00 1,571.19 77.50 380.52 41.1
1972 162.35 770.88 383.10 1,819.05 79.95 379.62 42.5
1973 166.42 726.92 391.00 1,707.87 76.15 332.62 46.2
1974 188.21 731.81 438.40 1,704.61 91.06 354.06 51.9
1975 207.18 753.31 468.60 1,703.85 90.93 330.62 55.5
1976 224.86 779.67 503.40 1,745.47 94.37 327.21 58.2
1977 243.00 789.65 546.60 1,776.23 96.62 313.98 62.1
1978 263.20 784.55 591.90 1,764.33 100.43 299.36 67.7
1979 294.30 774.31 655.00 1,723.32 122.67 322.75 76.7
1980 341.40 798.31 759.20 1,775.28 128.20 299.78 86.3
1981 385.97 828.60 858.00 1,841.96 137.81 295.85 94.0
1982 419.30 866.95 885.50 1,830.88 145.69 301.23 97.6
1983 440.77 878.06 923.00 1,838.71 157.89 314.53 101.3
1984 460.57 882.65 948.30 1,817.35 157.88 302.57 105.3
1985 478.62 883.67 981.50 1,812.14 164.26 303.27 109.3
1986 488.44 892.01 994.00 1,815.29 173.66 317.15 110.5
1987 512.65 896.47 1,032.30 1,805.18 180.64 315.89 115.4
1988 536.77 898.92 1,070.40 1,792.59 188.23 315.23 120.5
1989 566.85 907.14 1,120.04 1,792.42 198.81 318.16 126.1
1990 602.56 908.79 1,177.70 1,776.23 212.66 320.74 133.8
1991 629.32 920.93 1,216.76 1,780.58 221.30 323.85 137.9
1992 652.64 928.14 1,252.40 1,781.07 227.39 323.38 141.9
1993 674.06 932.96 1,282.60 1,775.23 236.52 327.36 145.8
1994 697.34 940.03 1,328.40 1,790.72 242.54 326.95 149.7
1995 719.80 946.29 1,365.50 1,795.17 250.65 329.52 153.5
1996 744.96 947.87 1,450.60 1,845.72 260.75 331.77 158.6
1997 774.84 969.39 1,502.60 1,879.88 268.46 335.87 161.3
1998 779.69 959.98 1,537.70 1,893.28 277.45 341.61 163.9
1999 804.30 964.40 1,590.40 1,906.97 289.19 346.75 168.3
2000 844.48 979.40 1,675.40 1,943.08 299.69 347.57 174.0
2001 874.44 998.65 1,755.10 2,004.41 314.22 358.85 176.7
2002 895.00 998.40 1,812.10 2,021.46 330.04 368.17 180.9
2003 922.08 1,009.64 1,880.97 2,059.58 342.28 374.78 184.3
2004 954.89 1,012.59 1,952.80 2,070.81 350.53 371.71 190.3
2005 1,002.00 1,027.46 2,061.30 2,113.67 360.25 369.40 196.8
2006 1,044.40 1,044.40 2,146.70 2,146.70 373.05 373.05 201.8
SOURCES: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record and Supplemental Security Record, 100 percent data.
NOTE: Effective 2006, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) data no longer reported in the Supplement .
a. Data from Bureau of Labor Statistics, consumer price index for all urban consumers (CPI-U) for all items (1982–1984 = 100).
b. 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.
CONTACT: Stella M. Coleman (410) 965-0157.
Table 3.C5 Population aged 65 or older receiving Social Security (OASDI) benefits, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, or both, by state, December 1940–2006, selected years
Year and state Population aged 65 or older receiving— Persons receiving both
OASDI and SSI
as a percentage of—
OASDI SSI a OASDI
and SSI,
number
per 1,000
OASDI,
SSI,
or both,
number
per 1,000
Number
per 1,000
State rank Number
per 1,000
State rank OASDI
beneficiaries
SSI
recipients
1940 7 . . . 217 . . . 1 223 14.3 0.5
1945 62 . . . 194 . . . 5 251 8.1 2.6
1950 164 . . . 224 . . . 22 366 12.6 9.8
1955 394 . . . 179 . . . 34 539 8.6 19.2
1960 616 . . . 141 . . . 41 716 6.6 28.5
1965 752 . . . 117 . . . 52 817 7.0 44.7
1970 855 . . . 104 . . . 63 896 7.4 60.4
1975 904 . . . 111 . . . 78 939 8.6 69.5
1980 914 . . . 87 . . . 61 941 6.7 70.2
1985 917 . . . 71 . . . 51 937 5.5 71.1
1990 924 . . . 66 . . . 46 944 4.9 69.2
1995 913 . . . 63 . . . 39 937 4.3 62.6
2000 911 . . . 57 . . . 34 934 3.7 59.1
2001 908 . . . 56 . . . 33 931 3.6 58.4
2002 901 . . . 56 . . . 32 924 3.6 57.8
2003 908 . . . 55 . . . 32 932 3.5 57.4
2004 926 . . . 54 . . . 31 950 3.3 57.0
2005 919 . . . 53 . . . 31 943 3.3 57.6
2006
United States 919 . . . 53 . . . 30 942 3.3 57.1
Alabama 920 29 57 10 45 931 4.9 79.0
Alaska 897 36 66 6 39 924 4.3 59.2
Arizona 825 49 29 30 17 837 2.1 58.8
Arkansas 932 24 49 14 40 940 4.3 82.6
California 824 50 132 1 65 891 7.9 49.5
Colorado 896 37 29 32 16 908 1.8 57.0
Connecticut 942 14 27 36 13 956 1.3 47.6
Delaware 925 27 21 41 13 933 1.5 63.8
District of Columbia 703 51 58 9 35 727 4.9 59.2
Florida 828 48 46 16 24 851 2.8 51.0
Georgia 888 41 55 12 40 903 4.5 71.8
Hawaii 854 47 47 15 22 879 2.6 46.9
Idaho 950 10 18 43 14 955 1.4 73.8
Illinois 898 35 38 24 16 919 1.8 42.9
Indiana 955 8 16 49 11 960 1.1 68.4
Iowa 960 4 16 48 12 965 1.2 71.6
Kansas 933 23 18 45 12 940 1.2 64.4
Kentucky 919 30 63 8 47 935 5.1 74.8
Louisiana 890 40 66 5 50 907 5.6 74.6
Maine 956 6 28 33 23 961 2.4 81.1
Maryland 863 46 38 23 18 883 2.1 47.4
Massachusetts 902 34 56 11 31 927 3.4 54.6
Michigan 961 3 29 31 16 973 1.7 57.2
Minnesota 939 17 26 37 12 953 1.3 46.3
Mississippi 912 33 84 3 68 929 7.4 80.5
Missouri 938 20 26 38 18 946 1.9 70.1
Montana 939 18 18 44 14 943 1.5 76.6
Nebraska 936 21 16 47 11 941 1.2 69.5
Nevada 892 38 32 28 18 906 2.1 57.5
New Hampshire 956 7 11 51 7 960 0.8 66.6
New Jersey 914 32 45 18 20 938 2.2 45.4
New Mexico 878 43 64 7 44 898 5.0 68.9
New York 866 45 90 2 42 914 4.8 46.7
North Carolina 944 12 45 19 35 954 3.7 77.4
North Dakota 954 9 19 42 15 959 1.5 75.3
Ohio 928 26 24 39 14 938 1.5 58.4
Oklahoma 931 25 33 26 24 939 2.6 73.5
Oregon 945 11 27 35 15 956 1.6 57.2
Pennsylvania 940 16 32 27 19 953 2.0 58.7
Rhode Island 938 19 49 13 31 957 3.3 62.1
South Carolina 924 28 44 20 35 934 3.7 77.8
South Dakota 967 2 28 34 19 976 1.9 67.4
Tennessee 936 22 46 17 35 947 3.7 75.9
Texas 881 42 69 4 47 904 5.3 67.8
Utah 874 44 17 46 9 882 1.0 50.9
Vermont 959 5 30 29 24 964 2.5 80.3
Virginia 890 39 39 22 24 905 2.7 61.0
Washington 916 31 35 25 14 938 1.5 38.3
West Virginia 940 15 44 21 31 954 3.3 69.8
Wisconsin 971 1 22 40 14 979 1.5 64.5
Wyoming 944 13 14 50 11 947 1.2 80.2
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.
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 2006
Type of benefit All OASDI
beneficiaries a
Number receiving SSI Percentage of all OASDI beneficiaries
Total Aged Blind and
disabled
Total Aged Blind and
disabled
Total 49,122,624 2,523,827 683,003 1,840,824 5.1 1.4 3.7
Retirement 33,944,684 1,061,343 568,030 493,313 3.1 1.7 1.5
Workers aged 65 or older 28,135,811 788,273 505,977 282,296 2.8 1.8 1.0
Men 14,444,761 322,561 201,629 120,932 2.2 1.4 0.8
Women 13,691,050 465,712 304,348 161,364 3.4 2.2 1.2
Workers aged 62–64 2,840,334 44,545 0 44,545 1.6 0 1.6
Men 1,424,421 27,499 0 27,499 1.9 0 1.9
Women 1,415,913 17,046 0 17,046 1.2 0 1.2
Wives and husbands 2,478,599 133,624 62,038 71,586 5.4 2.5 2.9
Aged 65 or older 2,197,942 121,847 62,038 59,809 5.5 2.8 2.7
Aged 62–64 241,679 10,835 0 10,835 4.5 0 4.5
Under age 62 with children 38,978 942 0 942 2.4 0 2.4
Disabled adult children 192,122 90,803 15 90,788 47.3 b 47.3
Aged 65 or older 1,110 473 15 458 42.6 1.4 41.3
Aged 18–64 191,012 90,330 0 90,330 47.3 b 47.3
Children under age 18 and students aged 18–19 297,818 4,098 0 4,098 1.4 0 1.4
Survivors 6,565,824 424,707 113,657 311,050 6.5 1.7 4.7
Nondisabled widow(er)s 4,273,442 204,662 111,128 93,534 4.8 2.6 2.2
Aged 65 or older 3,833,233 198,729 111,128 87,601 5.2 2.9 2.3
Aged 60–64 440,209 5,933 0 5,933 1.3 0 1.3
Disabled widow(er)s 220,178 35,557 6 35,551 16.1 b 16.1
Widowed mothers and fathers 171,453 3,960 36 3,924 2.3 b 2.3
Parents 1,889 93 80 13 4.9 4.2 0.7
Disabled adult children 512,596 157,820 2,407 155,413 30.8 0.5 30.3
Aged 65 or older 68,550 21,138 2,407 18,731 30.8 3.5 27.3
Aged 18–64 444,046 136,682 0 136,682 30.8 0 30.8
Children under age 18 and students aged 18–19 1,386,266 22,615 0 22,615 1.6 0 1.6
Disability 8,612,116 1,037,777 1,316 1,036,461 12.1 b 12.0
Workers 6,806,918 925,583 219 925,364 13.6 b 13.6
Men 3,643,121 396,462 89 396,373 10.9 b 10.9
Women 3,163,797 529,121 130 528,991 16.7 b 16.7
Wives and husbands 153,470 10,824 1,097 9,727 7.1 0.7 6.3
Aged 65 or older 29,957 3,843 1,097 2,746 12.8 3.7 9.2
Aged 62–64 41,510 2,176 0 2,176 5.2 0 5.2
Under age 62 with children 82,003 4,805 0 4,805 5.9 0 5.9
Disabled adult children aged 18–64 71,878 49,062 0 49,062 68.3 0 68.3
Children under age 18 and students aged 18–19 1,579,850 52,308 0 52,308 3.3 0 3.3
SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record, 100 percent data.
NOTE: Social Security is the Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program.
a. Includes special age-72 beneficiaries.
b. Less than 0.05 percent.
CONTACT: Shirley Turpin (410) 965-0181.
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 1978–2006
Year Unduplicated
total a
OASDI beneficiaries Blind or disabled SSI recipients
Total Disabled
workers
Disabled
adult children
under age 65
Disabled
widow(er)s
Total Receiving
SSI only
Receiving
both SSI
and OASDI
1978 4,676,450 3,415,469 2,879,774 405,944 129,751 1,747,126 1,260,981 b 486,145
1979 4,662,528 3,419,624 2,870,590 419,201 129,833 1,726,553 1,242,904 b 483,649
1980 4,662,546 3,418,434 2,858,680 432,174 127,580 1,730,847 1,244,112 b 486,735
1981 4,570,071 3,340,701 2,776,519 442,592 121,590 1,702,895 1,229,370 b 473,525
1982 4,366,314 3,169,449 2,603,599 449,478 116,372 1,655,279 1,196,865 b 458,414
1983 4,367,241 3,143,111 2,569,029 462,491 111,591 1,699,774 1,224,130 b 475,644
1984 4,460,188 3,183,618 2,596,516 477,951 109,151 1,780,459 1,276,570 b 503,889
1985 4,591,316 3,258,200 2,656,638 494,557 107,005 1,879,168 1,333,116 b 546,052
1986 4,812,143 3,346,603 2,728,463 511,166 106,974 2,010,458 1,465,540 b 544,918
1987 4,904,785 3,416,529 2,785,859 524,388 106,282 2,118,710 1,488,256 b 630,454
1988 5,012,435 3,468,186 2,830,284 534,779 103,123 2,202,714 1,544,249 658,465
1989 5,155,787 3,540,480 2,895,364 543,486 101,630 2,301,926 1,615,307 c 686,619
1990 5,395,261 3,667,721 3,011,294 555,438 100,989 2,449,897 1,727,540 722,357
1991 5,743,614 3,877,804 3,194,938 568,377 114,489 2,641,524 1,865,810 775,714
1992 6,249,217 4,185,714 3,467,783 586,607 131,324 2,909,997 2,063,503 846,494
1993 6,707,127 4,476,648 3,725,966 603,667 147,015 3,148,413 2,230,479 917,934
1994 7,103,399 4,741,348 3,962,954 617,718 160,676 3,335,255 2,362,051 973,204
1995 7,398,942 4,987,004 4,185,263 628,717 173,024 3,482,256 2,411,938 1,070,318
1996 7,691,134 5,205,071 4,385,623 637,537 181,911 3,568,393 2,486,063 1,082,330
1997 7,818,216 5,340,082 4,508,134 644,010 187,938 3,561,625 2,478,134 1,083,491
1998 8,090,686 5,543,886 4,698,319 651,386 194,181 3,646,020 2,546,800 1,099,220
1999 8,311,949 5,736,071 4,879,455 657,821 198,795 3,690,970 2,575,878 1,115,092
2000 8,519,241 5,908,756 5,042,334 664,995 201,427 3,744,022 2,610,485 1,133,537
2001 8,799,998 6,150,475 5,274,183 672,049 204,243 3,811,494 2,649,523 1,161,971
2002 9,118,926 6,430,412 5,543,981 679,073 207,358 3,877,752 2,688,514 1,189,238
2003 9,510,138 6,769,336 5,873,673 686,304 209,359 3,953,248 2,740,802 1,212,446
2004 9,792,950 7,019,198 6,116,444 692,019 210,735 4,017,108 2,773,752 1,243,356
2005 10,094,657 7,298,737 6,385,405 700,331 213,001 4,082,870 2,795,920 1,286,950
2006 10,646,193 7,803,692 6,806,918 776,596 220,178 4,152,130 2,842,501 1,309,629
SOURCE: Social Security Administration, Master Beneficiary Record and Supplemental Security Record (Characteristic Extract Record format), 100 percent data.
a. Includes persons receiving Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI), SSI, or both.
b. 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.
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.
CONTACT: Art Kahn (410) 965-0186.
Table 3.C7a Number of persons aged 15 or older reporting only one race and having Social Security benefits or Supplemental Security Income in March 2007, by sex, age, and race, and average annual benefit in 2006
Sex and age All persons White Black or
African
American
American
Indian,
Alaska
Native
Asian Native
Hawaiian
and Other
Pacific
Islander
Total Reporting
only one
race
Social Security beneficiaries (thousands)
Total 41,185 40,781 35,557 3,981 226 971 48
Sex
Male 17,787 17,590 15,414 1,651 101 412 a
Female 23,398 23,191 20,142 2,329 124 559 a
Age
15–54 4,536 4,462 3,535 788 52 77 a
55–64 5,525 5,456 4,564 716 41 130 a
65–74 15,787 15,627 13,694 1,433 84 400 a
75 or older 15,337 15,236 13,764 1,043 49 364 a
Supplemental Security Income recipients (thousands)
Total 4,992 4,896 3,340 1,236 95 222 3
Sex
Male 1,959 1,922 1,336 468 29 88 a
Female 3,033 2,974 2,004 768 66 134 a
Age
15–54 2,969 2,900 2,005 771 47 75 a
55–64 997 982 695 226 25 35 a
65–74 526 519 326 138 11 43 a
75 or older 500 495 313 101 11 70 a
Average annual benefit in 2006 (dollars)
Social Security 11,420 11,424 11,595 10,211 9,548 10,634 a
Supplemental Security Income 6,406 6,408 6,417 6,422 6,080 6,340 a
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public-use file of the March 2007 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.
Totals do not necessarily equal the sum of rounded components.
a. Fewer than 75,000 weighted cases.
CONTACT: Alberta Presberry (410) 966-8473.
Table 3.C7b Number of persons aged 15 or older reporting one or more races and having Social Security benefits or Supplemental Security Income in March 2007, by sex, age, and race, and average annual benefit in 2006
Sex and age All persons White alone
or in
combination
Black or
African
American
alone or in
combination
American
Indian,
Alaska
Native
alone
or in
combination
Asian alone
or in
combination
Native
Hawaiian
and Other
Pacific
Islander
alone or in
combination
Total Reporting
only one
race
Reporting
two or
more races
Social Security beneficiaries (thousands)
Total a 41,185 40,781 404 35,920 4,047 570 1,003 66
Sex
Male 17,787 17,590 197 15,592 1,680 268 428 b
Female 23,398 23,191 207 20,328 2,367 301 575 b
Age
15–54 4,536 4,462 74 3,604 807 106 85 b
55–64 5,525 5,456 69 4,623 726 103 134 b
65–74 15,787 15,627 160 13,840 1,454 224 411 b
75 or older 15,337 15,236 101 13,853 1,060 136 373 b
Supplemental Security Income recipients (thousands)
Total a 4,992 4,896 96 3,423 1,264 158 233 7
Sex
Male 1,959 1,922 37 1,365 478 58 88 b
Female 3,033 2,974 59 2,058 786 101 145 b
Age
15–54 2,969 2,900 70 2,063 794 88 86 b
55–64 997 982 15 711 228 38 35 b
65–74 526 519 7 333 141 17 43 b
75 or older 500 495 4 316 102 15 70 b
Average annual benefit in 2006 (dollars)
Social Security 11,420 11,424 11,002 11,590 10,209 10,393 10,640 b
Supplemental Security Income 6,406 6,408 6,306 6,416 6,422 6,034 6,420 b
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public-use file of the March 2007 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.
Totals do not necessarily equal the sum of rounded components.
"In combination" means in combination with one or more other races.
a. The sum of the five race groups adds to more than the total because individuals may report more than one race.
a. Fewer than 75,000 weighted cases.
CONTACT: Alberta Presberry (410) 966-8473.
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 2007, by age and sex, and average annual benefit in 2006
Age All beneficiaries (thousands) Hispanic origin a (thousands) Hispanic origin as a percentage
of all beneficiaries a
Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women
Social Security beneficiaries
Total, all ages 41,185 17,787 23,398 2,612 1,131 1,482 6.3 6.4 6.3
15–34 1,404 684 720 175 79 96 12.5 11.6 13.3
35–44 1,115 488 628 105 39 66 9.4 8.1 10.5
45–54 2,017 930 1,087 166 77 90 8.3 8.2 8.3
55–64 5,525 2,467 3,058 408 184 224 7.4 7.4 7.3
65–74 15,787 7,239 8,548 1,007 435 572 6.4 6.0 6.7
75 or older 15,337 5,980 9,357 751 317 434 4.9 5.3 4.6
Supplemental Security Income recipients
Total, all ages 4,992 1,959 3,033 827 333 494 16.6 17.0 16.3
15–34 1,132 533 599 177 81 96 15.6 15.2 16.0
35–44 766 295 471 109 35 74 14.3 11.9 15.8
45–54 1,071 425 646 147 72 76 13.8 16.8 11.7
55–64 997 421 576 178 76 102 17.9 18.0 17.8
65–74 526 171 354 120 38 82 22.8 22.0 23.2
75 or older 500 114 386 95 32 63 19.0 28.1 16.3
Average annual benefit in 2006 (dollars)
Social Security 11,420 13,135 10,116 9,619 10,996 8,568 . . . . . . . . .
Supplemental Security Income 6,406 7,038 5,997 5,959 6,144 5,834 . . . . . . . . .
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, public-use file of the March 2007 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. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
CONTACT: Alberta Presberry (410) 966-8473.