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Description:

Number of Persons Based on Household Size, which could include household members not eligible for participation in the SNAP program


Source/Citation:

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Public Health in Arkansas Communities Search. (2015).Number of Persons in Food Stamps (SNAP) Program 2013. Retrieved Mar 29, 2015 from PHACS database. Available from Arkansas Department of Human Services database.



County Value Table More Information:
CountyRanking (1-5)Value
Arkansas34,745
Ashley36,033
Baxter47,837
Benton531,619
Boone48,169
Bradley23,501
Calhoun1919
Carroll35,352
Chicot24,180
Clark34,396
Clay22,945
Cleburne34,380
Cleveland11,921
Columbia46,233
Conway35,450
Craighead521,536
Crawford514,058
Crittenden518,644
Cross34,239
Dallas11,924
Desha34,466
Drew34,985
Faulkner519,720
Franklin24,155
Fulton12,678
Garland521,446
Grant23,089
Greene410,352
Hempstead46,280
Hot Spring47,257
Howard23,715
Independence48,161
Izard22,907
Jackson34,863
Jefferson524,231
Johnson46,686
Lafayette12,123
Lawrence24,060
Lee23,405
Lincoln23,092
Little River23,007
Logan46,078
Lonoke511,754
Madison23,305
Marion23,769
Miller411,566
Mississippi514,955
Monroe12,524
Montgomery12,065
Nevada12,240
Newton11,770
Ouachita47,336
Perry12,277
Phillips49,565
Pike12,638
Poinsett47,676
Polk35,531
Pope511,741
Prairie11,703
Pulaski588,931
Randolph34,285
Saline515,375
Scott23,078
Searcy11,791
Sebastian529,928
Sevier35,096
Sharp34,568
St. Francis49,206
Stone12,827
Union410,704
Van Buren23,799
Washington543,159
White515,919
Woodruff12,288
Yell35,071

* Health Ranking compared to other counties. This is a result of quintile ranking for all 75 counties in Arkansas. The rankings are assigned by placing the counties into five equal groups by the occurrence of the health indicator. If a county value exist is two adjacent groups, then the county is moved to the quintile group with the most favorable rating.

Category 1 - Highest, represents the counties with the most favorable health ranking (in demographics, this represents highest occurrence of the demographic)

Category 2 - Higher, represents the counties with the second highest favorable health ranking (in demographics, this represents counties between the highest and mid-range occurrence of the demographic)

Category 3 - Middle, represents the counties in the mid-range favorable ranking (in demographics, this represents counties within the middle range occurrence of the demographic)

Category 4 - Lower, represents the counties with a lower favorable health ranking( in demographics, this represents counties between mid-range and lowest occurrence of the demographic)

Category 5 - Lowest, represents the counties with the least favorable health ranking (in demographics, this represents counties with the lowest occurrence of the demographic )



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