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How Might Medicaid Adults with Disabilities Be Affected By Work Requirements in Section 1115 Waiver Programs?

Appendix Table 1: Nonelderly Medicaid Adults by Disability and SSI Status, 2016
  Total Nonelderly Medicaid Adults Nonelderly Medicaid Adults with a Disability Nonelderly Medicaid Adults with a Disability but Not SSI
Number Share of Total Nonelderly Medicaid Adults Number Share of Nonelderly Medicaid Adults with a Disability
United States Total 29,177,700 8,661,500 30% 4,900,400 57%
Alabama 326,800 143,900 44% 64,300 45%
Alaska 57,900 18,600 32% 10,500 56%
Arizona 765,900 200,300 26% 130,100 65%
Arkansas 324,300 117,000 36% 63,900 55%
California 5,187,300 1,018,900 20% 612,500 60%
Colorado 511,300 124,500 24% 81,800 66%
Connecticut 363,800 83,100 23% 56,500 68%
Delaware 88,500 24,700 28% 14,000 57%
DC 105,300 28,500 27% 19,100 67%
Florida 1,410,100 480,400 34% 234,600 49%
Georgia 563,900 227,900 40% 99,200 44%
Hawaii 112,200 22,700 20% 13,300 58%
Idaho 85,200 38,500 45% 15,200 39%
Illinois 1,186,200 299,800 25% 191,400 64%
Indiana 499,200 184,500 37% 118,400 64%
Iowa 272,300 82,200 30% 49,500 60%
Kansas 123,800 56,400 46% 27,500 49%
Kentucky 615,200 217,800 35% 129,300 59%
Louisiana 461,400 176,300 38% 90,300 51%
Maine 120,400 55,500 46% 26,300 47%
Maryland 493,900 140,500 28% 82,100 58%
Massachusetts 902,000 218,600 24% 128,100 59%
Michigan 1,144,800 381,800 33% 220,700 58%
Minnesota 491,200 127,200 26% 82,200 65%
Mississippi 246,200 108,200 44% 53,800 50%
Missouri 311,400 146,800 47% 88,100 60%
Montana 90,100 35,700 40% 21,600 60%
Nebraska 71,100 32,000 45% 15,000 47%
Nevada 256,300 73,500 29% 46,200 63%
New Hampshire 80,300 26,100 33% 15,800 60%
New Jersey 694,600 171,900 25% 90,100 52%
New Mexico 325,300 84,800 26% 49,900 59%
New York 2,721,500 592,900 22% 342,900 58%
North Carolina 642,300 245,300 38% 126,700 52%
North Dakota 35,600 14,900 42% 9,900 66%
Ohio 1,224,600 373,800 31% 241,400 65%
Oklahoma 201,600 92,300 46% 52,300 57%
Oregon 498,000 144,100 29% 92,900 64%
Pennsylvania 1,185,100 439,700 37% 259,500 59%
Rhode Island 120,600 42,200 35% 18,800 45%
South Carolina 354,000 137,700 39% 69,000 50%
South Dakota 37,300 15,300 41% 7,800 51%
Tennessee 592,400 228,200 39% 117,700 52%
Texas 1,247,200 513,700 41% 231,200 45%
Utah 128,600 46,800 36% 22,300 48%
Vermont 85,600 24,300 28% 12,900 53%
Virginia 330,000 130,300 39% 72,400 56%
Washington 727,400 219,000 30% 136,600 62%
West Virginia 277,000 98,100 35% 60,800 62%
Wisconsin 452,600 142,500 31% 79,500 56%
Wyoming 28,200 11,600 41% 4,800 41%
NOTES: Includes non-institutionalized nonelderly adults ages 19-64. SSI = Supplemental Security Income. Disability includes serious difficulty with hearing, vision, cognitive functioning, mobility, self-care, or independent living.
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis based on the 2016 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates.

 

Appendix Table 2: Work Status of Nonelderly Medicaid Adults with a Disability but Not SSI, 2016
  Total Non-SSI Medicaid Adults with Disabilities Total Working Share Working Share Working 20+ Hours/Week Share Working <20 Hours/Week Share Unemployed or Not in Labor Force
United States Total 4,900,400 1,150,800 23% 19% 4% 77%
Alabama 64,300 6,700 10% 9% 2% 90%
Alaska 10,500 2,700 26% 21% * 74%
Arizona 130,100 30,500 23% 19% 4% 77%
Arkansas 63,900 14,000 22% 19% 3% 78%
California 612,500 156,200 26% 22% 4% 74%
Colorado 81,800 22,600 28% 22% 5% 72%
Connecticut 56,500 12,600 22% 19% 3% 78%
Delaware 14,000 3,800 27% 19% * 73%
DC 19,100 4,100 21% 20% * 79%
Florida 234,600 42,400 18% 16% 2% 82%
Georgia 99,200 17,100 17% 15% 3% 83%
Hawaii 13,300 2,600 20% 16% * 80%
Idaho 15,200 3,600 24% 17% * 76%
Illinois 191,400 41,700 22% 18% 4% 78%
Indiana 118,400 26,700 23% 19% 4% 77%
Iowa 49,500 17,100 34% 25% 9% 66%
Kansas 27,500 7,600 28% 22% * 72%
Kentucky 129,300 31,100 24% 22% 2% 76%
Louisiana 90,300 17,200 19% 16% 3% 81%
Maine 26,300 4,200 16% 12% * 84%
Maryland 82,100 23,500 29% 25% 4% 71%
Massachusetts 128,100 37,700 29% 24% 5% 71%
Michigan 220,700 55,400 25% 20% 5% 75%
Minnesota 82,200 30,900 38% 28% 9% 62%
Mississippi 53,800 7,000 13% 11% * 87%
Missouri 88,100 12,800 15% 12% 3% 85%
Montana 21,600 6,400 30% 22% * 70%
Nebraska 15,000 4,400 29% 25% * 71%
Nevada 46,200 9,500 20% 17% 4% 80%
New Hampshire 15,800 3,500 23% 20% * 77%
New Jersey 90,100 21,200 24% 19% 5% 76%
New Mexico 49,900 12,000 24% 21% * 76%
New York 342,900 90,800 26% 22% 4% 74%
North Carolina 126,700 22,500 18% 14% 4% 82%
North Dakota 9,900 * 38% * * 62%
Ohio 241,400 62,500 26% 21% 5% 74%
Oklahoma 52,300 8,800 17% 15% * 83%
Oregon 92,900 29,200 31% 26% 6% 69%
Pennsylvania 259,500 62,200 24% 19% 5% 76%
Rhode Island 18,800 5,900 31% 27% * 69%
South Carolina 69,000 12,100 17% 15% * 83%
South Dakota 7,800 3,400 44% 30% * 56%
Tennessee 117,700 23,500 20% 18% 2% 80%
Texas 231,200 49,100 21% 17% 4% 79%
Utah 22,300 6,500 29% 25% * 71%
Vermont 12,900 4,100 32% 28% * 68%
Virginia 72,400 13,600 19% 16% * 81%
Washington 136,600 31,800 23% 18% 6% 77%
West Virginia 60,800 11,900 20% 16% 3% 80%
Wisconsin 79,500 19,400 24% 20% 5% 76%
Wyoming 4,800 1,200 24% 19% * 76%
NOTES: Includes non-institutionalized nonelderly adults ages 19-64. SSI = Supplemental Security Income. Disability = serious difficulty with hearing, vision, cognitive functioning, mobility, self-care, or independent living.* indicates data do not meet standards of statistical reliability to report.
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis based on the 2016 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates.
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