Financing Family Planning Services for Low-income Women: The Role of Public Programs

Appendix Table 1: Coverage of Low-Income Women of Reproductive Age, by State, 2017
State Estimated Number of Total Women Ages 15-49 Low-Income Women Ages 15-49

Estimated Number of Low-Income Women (<200% FPL)

Share of Women Who are Low-Income Share of Low-Income Women Covered by Medicaid Share of Low-Income Women Who are Uninsured
United States 72,811,000 21,257,000 29% 44% 20%
Alabama  1,084,000  417,000 38% 34% 23%
Alaska  165,000  38,000 23% 51% 18%
Arizona  1,533,000  500,000 33% 49% 21%
Arkansas  649,000  248,000 38% 50% 15%
California  9,255,000  2,597,000 28% 55% 15%
Colorado  1,298,000  300,000 23% 47% 17%
Connecticut  770,000  159,000 21% 58% 11%
Delaware  206,000  56,000 27% 39% 10%
DC  190,000  44,000 23% 64% n/a
Florida  4,434,000  1,441,000 32% 32% 28%
Georgia  2,453,000  804,000 33% 26% 33%
Hawaii  298,000  59,000 20% 49% 8%
Idaho  372,000  123,000 33% 27% 25%
Illinois  2,898,000  811,000 28% 49% 16%
Indiana  1,469,000  445,000 30% 42% 18%
Iowa  661,000  172,000 26% 46% 11%
Kansas  625,000  189,000 30% 27% 23%
Kentucky  963,000  336,000 35% 58% 10%
Louisiana  1,060,000  431,000 41% 52% 14%
Maine  267,000  66,000 25% 50% 17%
Maryland  1,372,000  277,000 20% 50% 14%
Massachusetts  1,533,000  303,000 20% 66% 5%
Michigan  2,156,000  665,000 31% 56% 10%
Minnesota  1,216,000  257,000 21% 51% 12%
Mississippi  664,000  285,000 43% 35% 25%
Missouri  1,321,000  406,000 31% 32% 25%
Montana  218,000  64,000 30% 46% 17%
Nebraska  407,000  108,000 27% 26% 25%
Nevada  686,000  203,000 30% 40% 22%
New Hampshire 275,000 41,000 15% 45% 13%
New Jersey  2,005,000  411,000 20% 48% 22%
New Mexico  448,000  182,000 41% 61% 16%
New York  4,525,000  1,233,000 27% 61% 10%
North Carolina  2,321,000  757,000 33% 34% 26%
North Dakota  158,000  37,000 23% 28% 19%
Ohio  2,516,000  763,000 30% 56% 12%
Oklahoma  861,000  314,000 36% 27% 31%
Oregon  923,000  245,000 27% 54% 15%
Pennsylvania  2,682,000  717,000 27% 52% 12%
Rhode Island  230,000  56,000 24% 63% 11%
South Carolina  1,095,000  391,000 36% 34% 25%
South Dakota  174,000  46,000 27% 30% 21%
Tennessee  1,500,000  506,000 34% 45% 18%
Texas  6,707,000  2,227,000 33% 23% 42%
Utah  750,000  186,000 25% 22% 23%
Vermont  125,000  33,000 26% 71% 5%
Virginia  1,906,000  446,000 23% 29% 24%
Washington  1,669,000  367,000 22% 49% 14%
West Virginia  373,000  140,000 38% 65% 9%
Wisconsin  1,228,000  322,000 26% 44% 12%
Wyoming  119,000  32,000 27% 28% 32%
NOTES: All data shown are among women ages 15-49, 2017. Low-income includes women living at or below 200% the Federal Poverty Level (FPL), which was $24,120 for an Individual in 2017. Some estimates are “N/A” because point estimates do meet the minimum standards for statistical reliability.

SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation estimates based on 2017 Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.

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