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Extremely Low Income Households (30% or less of area median income), 2006 estimates from the American Community Survey (1):
Households by Income, Age of Householder and Source of Income - Wages
Place Household Type (2) Household Income as a percent of area median income Age of Householder Source of Income (3)Household Estimate (4)
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Wage Income 18939
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Wage Income 24196
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 No Wage Income 82817
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 Wage Income 60721
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older No Wage Income 66986
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older Wage Income 3797
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Wage Income 4084
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Wage Income 46700
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Wage Income 66596
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Wage Income 123357
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Wage Income 212163
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older Wage Income 19231
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Wage Income 4197
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Wage Income 713394
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Wage Income 138649
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Wage Income 3561591
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Wage Income 1125432
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older Wage Income 734680
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Wage Income 11374
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Wage Income 15082
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Wage Income not avail.
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Wage Income 11236
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Wage Income 1919
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Wage Income 58377
Notes:  (1) While the ACS sample is a much larger sample than is available from any other current survey it is not currently large enough to provide reliable estimates for very detailed cross-tabulations; that is especially true for small areas or socio-economic characteristics with small populations. Thus several cross-tabulations of varying combinations of household characteristics were produced in order to estimate several key variables for this income group.

(2) Student households tend to be lower income households by choice; non-family student households are typically not eligible for many of the assisted housing programs otherwise available to households in this income category. The presence of student households can distort observations about data of this type. We have thus provided a variable to distinguish student households from all other households in the data.

Student Headed Non-Family is defined as a household meeting ALL of the following characteristics: currently enrolled in college under-graduate, college graduate or professional school; non-family; householder is 29 or younger; there is no household member with a disability.

(3) Source of Income: at least one member of the household has income from Wages in the past 12 months. Wage or salary income includes total money earnings received for work performed as an employee during the past 12 months. It includes wages, salary, armed forces pay, commissions, tips, piece-rate payments, and cash bonuses earned before deductions were made for taxes, bonds, pensions, union dues, etc.

(4) Census Bureau ACS estimates are from a sample survey and not a full count from a decennial census. There is a margin of error associated with the estimate. The range based on the margin of error reflects what the statisticians call a "90 percent confidence interval"; it means that nine chances out of 10, the true value falls within this range. We do not provide the range in this table, that is, the high and low ends of the range in which the estimate is found. However, if the low end of the range is negative (thus containing "0") the estimate is not statistically different from "0". In that case we substitute "not avail." for the estimate. See also Reference Guide for Journalists: Using the American Community Survey, Cynthia M. Taeuber, CMTaeuber and Associates.

Sources:  2006 American Community Survey (ACS) Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), Census Bureau, as compiled by the Shimberg Center, University of Florida.
Extremely Low Income Households (30% or less of area median income), 2006 estimates from the American Community Survey (1):
Households by Income, Age of Householder and Source of Income - Social Security
Place Household Type (2) Household Income as a percent of area median income Age of Householder Source of Income (3)Household Estimate (4)
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Social Security Income 42203
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Social Security Income not avail.
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 No Social Security Income 133902
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 Social Security Income 9636
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older No Social Security Income 33152
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older Social Security Income 37631
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Social Security Income 49031
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Social Security Income 1753
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Social Security Income 150935
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Social Security Income 39018
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Social Security Income 25081
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older Social Security Income 206313
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Social Security Income 702033
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Social Security Income 15558
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Social Security Income 3366524
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Social Security Income 333716
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Social Security Income 200778
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older Social Security Income 1659334
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Social Security Income 26330
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Social Security Income not avail.
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Social Security Income 11689
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Social Security Income not avail.
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Social Security Income 60189
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Social Security Income not avail.
Notes:  (1) While the ACS sample is a much larger sample than is available from any other current survey it is not currently large enough to provide reliable estimates for very detailed cross-tabulations; that is especially true for small areas or socio-economic characteristics with small populations. Thus several cross-tabulations of varying combinations of household characteristics were produced in order to estimate several key variables for this income group.

(2) Student households tend to be lower income households by choice; non-family student households are typically not eligible for many of the assisted housing programs otherwise available to households in this income category. The presence of student households can distort observations about data of this type. We have thus provided a variable to distinguish student households from all other households in the data. Student Headed Non-Family is defined as a household meeting ALL of the following characteristics: currently enrolled in college under-graduate, college graduate or professional school; non-family; householder is 29 or younger; there is no household member with a disability.

(3) Source of Income: at least one member of the household has income from Social Security in the past 12 months. Social Security income includes Social Security pensions and survivor benefits, permanent disability insurance payments made by the Social Security Administration prior to deductions for medical insurance, and railroad retirement insurance checks from the U.S. government. Medicare reimbursements are not included.

(4) Census Bureau ACS estimates are from a sample survey and not a full count from a decennial census. There is a margin of error associated with the estimate. The range based on the margin of error reflects what the statisticians call a "90 percent confidence interval"; it means that nine chances out of 10, the true value falls within this range. We do not provide the range in this table, that is, the high and low ends of the range in which the estimate is found. However, if the low end of the range is negative (thus containing "0") the estimate is not statistically different from "0". In that case we substitute "not avail." for the estimate. See also Reference Guide for Journalists: Using the American Community Survey, Cynthia M. Taeuber, CMTaeuber and Associates.

Sources:  2006 American Community Survey (ACS) Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), Census Bureau, as compiled by the Shimberg Center, University of Florida.
Extremely Low Income Households (30% or less of area median income), 2006 estimates from the American Community Survey (1):
Households by Income, Age of Householder and Source of Income - Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Place Household Type (2) Household Income as a percent of area median income Age of Householder Source of Income (3)Household Estimate (4)
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Supplemental Income 42306
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Supplemental Income not avail.
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 No Supplemental Income 134789
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 Supplemental Income 8749
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older No Supplemental Income 65725
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older Supplemental Income 5058
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Supplemental Income 48961
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Supplemental Income 1823
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Supplemental Income 157319
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Supplemental Income 32634
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Supplemental Income 204829
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older Supplemental Income 26565
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Supplemental Income 711312
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Supplemental Income 6279
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Supplemental Income 3604961
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Supplemental Income 95279
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Supplemental Income 1788137
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older Supplemental Income 71975
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Supplemental Income 26456
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Supplemental Income 11760
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Supplemental Income 60296
Notes:  (1) While the ACS sample is a much larger sample than is available from any other current survey it is not currently large enough to provide reliable estimates for very detailed cross-tabulations; that is especially true for small areas or socio-economic characteristics with small populations. Thus several cross-tabulations of varying combinations of household characteristics were produced in order to estimate several key variables for this income group.

(2) Student households tend to be lower income households by choice; non-family student households are typically not eligible for many of the assisted housing programs otherwise available to households in this income category. The presence of student households can distort observations about data of this type. We have thus provided a variable to distinguish student households from all other households in the data. Student Headed Non-Family is defined as a household meeting ALL of the following characteristics: currently enrolled in college under-graduate, college graduate or professional school; non-family; householder is 29 or younger; there is no household member with a disability.

(3) Source of Income: at least one member of the household has income from Supplemental Security Income in the past 12 months. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a nationwide U.S. assistance program administered by the Social Security Administration that guarantees a minimum level of income for needy aged, blind, or disabled individuals.

(4) Census Bureau ACS estimates are from a sample survey and not a full count from a decennial census. There is a margin of error associated with the estimate. The range based on the margin of error reflects what the statisticians call a "90 percent confidence interval"; it means that nine chances out of 10, the true value falls within this range. We do not provide the range in this table, that is, the high and low ends of the range in which the estimate is found. However, if the low end of the range is negative (thus containing "0") the estimate is not statistically different from "0". In that case we substitute "not avail." for the estimate. See also Reference Guide for Journalists: Using the American Community Survey, Cynthia M. Taeuber, CMTaeuber and Associates.

Sources:  2006 American Community Survey (ACS) Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), Census Bureau, as compiled by the Shimberg Center, University of Florida.
Extremely Low Income Households (30% or less of area median income), 2006 estimates from the American Community Survey (1):
Households by Income, Age of Householder and Source of Income - Public Assistance
Place Household Type (2) Household Income as a percent of area median income Age of Householder Source of Income (3)Household Estimate (4)
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Public Assistance Income 40802
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Public Assistance Income 2333
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 No Public Assistance Income 136806
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 Public Assistance Income 6732
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older No Public Assistance Income 69605
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older Public Assistance Income not avail.
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Public Assistance Income 48961
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Public Assistance Income 1823
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Public Assistance Income 181069
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Public Assistance Income 8884
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Public Assistance Income 227603
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older Public Assistance Income 3791
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Public Assistance Income 707026
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Public Assistance Income 10565
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Public Assistance Income 3659331
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Public Assistance Income 40909
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Public Assistance Income 1845387
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older Public Assistance Income 14725
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Public Assistance Income 26456
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Public Assistance Income 11760
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Public Assistance Income 60139
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Public Assistance Income not avail.
Notes:  (1) While the ACS sample is a much larger sample than is available from any other current survey it is not currently large enough to provide reliable estimates for very detailed cross-tabulations; that is especially true for small areas or socio-economic characteristics with small populations. Thus several cross-tabulations of varying combinations of household characteristics were produced in order to estimate several key variables for this income group.

(2) Student households tend to be lower income households by choice; non-family student households are typically not eligible for many of the assisted housing programs otherwise available to households in this income category. The presence of student households can distort observations about data of this type. We have thus provided a variable to distinguish student households from all other households in the data. Student Headed Non-Family is defined as a household meeting ALL of the following characteristics: currently enrolled in college under-graduate, college graduate or professional school; non-family; householder is 29 or younger; there is no household member with a disability.

(3) Source of Income: at least one member of the household has income from Public Assistance in the past 12 months. Public assistance income includes general assistance and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF). Separate payments received for hospital or other medical care, (vendor payments) are excluded. This does not include Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or noncash benefits such as Food Stamps. The terms "public assistance income" and "cash public assistance" are used interchangeably in the 2006 ACS data products.

(4) Census Bureau ACS estimates are from a sample survey and not a full count from a decennial census. There is a margin of error associated with the estimate. The range based on the margin of error reflects what the statisticians call a "90 percent confidence interval"; it means that nine chances out of 10, the true value falls within this range. We do not provide the range in this table, that is, the high and low ends of the range in which the estimate is found. However, if the low end of the range is negative (thus containing "0") the estimate is not statistically different from "0". In that case we substitute "not avail." for the estimate. See also Reference Guide for Journalists: Using the American Community Survey, Cynthia M. Taeuber, CMTaeuber and Associates.

Sources:  2006 American Community Survey (ACS) Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), Census Bureau, as compiled by the Shimberg Center, University of Florida.
Extremely Low Income Households (30% or less of area median income), 2006 estimates from the American Community Survey (1):
Households by Income, Age of Householder and Source of Income - Retirement
Place Household Type (2) Household Income as a percent of area median income Age of Householder Source of Income (3)Household Estimate (4)
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Retirement Income 42231
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Retirement Income not avail.
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 No Retirement Income 126038
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 31 to 61 Retirement Income 17500
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older No Retirement Income 55870
State of Florida Everyone Else 15%or Less of AMI 62 & Older Retirement Income 14913
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Retirement Income 49696
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Retirement Income not avail.
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Retirement Income 167001
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Retirement Income 22952
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Retirement Income 182215
State of Florida Everyone Else 15.01% to 30% of AMI 62 & Older Retirement Income 49179
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Retirement Income 654874
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Retirement Income 62717
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 No Retirement Income 2746907
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 31 to 61 Retirement Income 953333
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older No Retirement Income 515936
State of Florida Everyone Else Greater than 30% of AMI 62 & Older Retirement Income 1344176
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger No Retirement Income 25366
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15%or Less of AMI 30 or Younger Retirement Income not avail.
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Retirement Income 11017
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family 15.01% to 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Retirement Income not avail.
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger No Retirement Income 54222
State of Florida Student Headed Non-Family Greater than 30% of AMI 30 or Younger Retirement Income 6074
Notes:  (1) While the ACS sample is a much larger sample than is available from any other current survey it is not currently large enough to provide reliable estimates for very detailed cross-tabulations; that is especially true for small areas or socio-economic characteristics with small populations. Thus several cross-tabulations of varying combinations of household characteristics were produced in order to estimate several key variables for this income group.

2) Student households tend to be lower income households by choice; non-family student households are typically not eligible for many of the assisted housing programs otherwise available to households in this income category. The presence of student households can distort observations about data of this type. We have thus provided a variable to distinguish student households from all other households in the data. Student Headed Non-Family is defined as a household meeting ALL of the following characteristics: currently enrolled in college under-graduate, college graduate or professional school; non-family; householder is 29 or younger; there is no household member with a disability.

(3) Source of Income: at least one member of the household has income from Retirement in the past 12 months. Retirement income includes: (a) retirement pensions and survivor benefits from a former employer; labor union; or federal, state, or local government; and the U.S. military; (b) disability income from companies or unions; federal, state, or local government; and the U.S. military; (c) periodic receipts from annuities and insurance; and (d) regular income from IRA and Keogh plans. This does not include Social Security income.

(4) Census Bureau ACS estimates are from a sample survey and not a full count from a decennial census. There is a margin of error associated with the estimate. The range based on the margin of error reflects what the statisticians call a "90 percent confidence interval"; it means that nine chances out of 10, the true value falls within this range. We do not provide the range in this table, that is, the high and low ends of the range in which the estimate is found. However, if the low end of the range is negative (thus containing "0") the estimate is not statistically different from "0". In that case we substitute "not avail." for the estimate. See also Reference Guide for Journalists: Using the American Community Survey, Cynthia M. Taeuber, CMTaeuber and Associates.

Sources:  2006 American Community Survey (ACS) Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), Census Bureau, as compiled by the Shimberg Center, University of Florida.