Supportive Neighborhoods – Supplemental Data Tables

Children Who Live in Supportive Neighborhoods, by Location and Status, 2011–2012
Location Lives in Supportive Neighborhood Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Urban No 10,595,705 18.3 0.34%
Yes 47,204,965 81.7 0.34%
Large Rural No 1,112,721 17.3 0.85%
Yes 5,304,984 82.7 0.85%
Small Rural No 864,394 13.7 0.75%
Yes 5,452,021 86.3 0.75%
Children Who Live in Supportive Neighborhoods, by Location and Race/Ethnicity, 2011–2012
Location Race/Ethnicity Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Urban Hispanic 10,660,267 74.3 0.96%
Non-Hispanic White 25,354,744 88.5 0.33%
Non-Hispanic Black 5,942,198 71.5 1.01%
Non-Hispanic Multiple or Other Races 4,911,816 81.0 0.97%
Large Rural Hispanic 837,224 77.1 3.36%
Non-Hispanic White 3,577,671 85.3 0.80%
Non-Hispanic Black 449,466 78.0 2.79%
Non-Hispanic Multiple or Other Races 411,019 78.8 2.52%
Small Rural Hispanic 685,560 79.7 2.88%
Non-Hispanic White 3,831,433 88.5 0.85%
Non-Hispanic Black 426,656 82.9 2.45%
Non-Hispanic Multiple or Other Races 459,960 82.1 2.05%
Children Who Live in Supportive Neighborhoods, by Location and Poverty Level, 2011–2012
Location Poverty Level Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Federal Poverty Level (FPL) is based on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services poverty guidelines. Poverty was $23,050 for a family of 4 in 2012.
Urban 0–99% FPL 8,505,371 69.2 0.93%
100–199% FPL 8,857,402 75.6 0.89%
200–399% FPL 13,654,739 84.7 0.63%
≥400% FPL 16,187,453 91.6 0.35%
Large Rural 0–99% FPL 1,248,931 73.0 2.09%
100–199% FPL 1,434,063 82.3 1.68%
200–399% FPL 1,599,593 85.3 1.35%
≥400% FPL 1,022,397 93.8 0.81%
Small Rural 0–99% FPL 1,320,378 80.3 1.69%
100–199% FPL 1,487,990 84.2 1.64%
200–399% FPL 1,801,467 90.2 1.13%
≥400% FPL 842,187 92.6 1.17%

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