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SNAP household state averages for SNAP benefits (FY 2019)
DE IN MI NJ PA AL DC IA MN NM RI VA AK FL KS MS NY SC WA AZ GA KY MO NC SD WV AR LA MT ND TN WI CA HI ME NE OH TX WY CO ID MD NV OK UT CT IL MA NH OR VT
SNAP
benefit
  • > $300
  • $280-$299
  • $260-$279
  • $240-$259
  • $220-$239
  • $200-$219
  • < $200
Household
size
  • 2.4-2.5
  • 2.2-2.3
  • 2.0-2.1
  • 1.8-1.9
  • 1.6-1.7
Poverty
level
  • > 75%
  • 70%-74%
  • 65%-69%
  • 60%-64%
  • 55%-59%
  • ≤ 54%
Gross
income
  • > $1000
  • $950-$999
  • $900-$949
  • $850-$899
  • $800-$849
  • $750-$799
  • < $750
Certification
period
  • 21
  • 19
  • 17
  • 15
  • 13
  • 11
  • 9
  • 7

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SNAP averages by state
State SNAP household benefit (dollars/month) Household size (people) Gross countable income as a percentage of poverty Gross countable household income (dollars/month) SNAP certification period (months)
Alabama $242 2.1 59.4% $813 16.2
Alaska $368 2.2 51.1% $939 7.3
Arizona $250 2.1 52.9% $770 11.5
Arkansas $235 2.2 56.7% $822 19.3
California $247 1.9 57.1% $789 16.2
Colorado $227 2.0 67.0% $905 12.9
Connecticut $216 1.7 72.7% $918 17.6
Delaware $223 2.0 69.9% $957 15.8
District of Columbia $200 1.7 51.0% $641 15.3
Florida $212 1.8 68.9% $897 10.0
Georgia $260 2.2 56.2% $785 8.3
Guam $515 2.9 60.5% $1 13.9
Hawaii $457 1.9 59.2% $938 11.6
Idaho $240 2.2 65.1% $932 12.0
Illinois $240 2.0 62.4% $847 12.1
Indiana $257 2.2 58.8% $836 11.8
Iowa $215 2.1 69.3% $974 7.7
Kansas $229 2.2 65.4% $919 17.5
Kentucky $247 2.2 50.7% $741 13.4
Louisiana $265 2.2 51.6% $718 16.7
Maine $183 1.8 84.0% $1 12.1
Maryland $210 1.8 65.5% $846 12.4
Massachusetts $205 1.7 78.7% $980 21.7
Michigan $215 1.9 71.8% $919 17.2
Minnesota $196 1.9 70.3% $932 13.7
Mississippi $233 2.1 57.3% $794 14.9
Missouri $250 2.1 62.4% $854 17.8
Montana $226 2.0 68.0% $920 16.3
Nebraska $245 2.2 63.8% $906 8.3
Nevada $211 1.9 63.0% $842 8.1
New Hampshire $186 1.9 80.9% $1 7.2
New Jersey $224 2.0 76.0% $1 17.0
New Mexico $233 2.0 56.1% $802 15.0
New York $230 1.7 78.7% $994 20.8
North Carolina $238 2.1 67.3% $905 9.3
North Dakota $240 2.0 68.8% $921 8.4
Ohio $237 2.0 64.0% $850 16.3
Oklahoma $248 2.1 53.3% $750 15.8
Oregon $194 1.7 69.7% $883 12.6
Pennsylvania $214 1.8 75.8% $990 21.6
Rhode Island $192 1.7 77.7% $965 17.9
South Carolina $250 2.2 57.7% $790 9.1
South Dakota $265 2.1 61.1% $839 14.2
Tennessee $246 2.1 55.1% $743 11.9
Texas $266 2.3 57.4% $871 12.8
Utah $266 2.4 56.1% $867 7.7
Vermont $209 1.7 88.4% $1 17.8
Virgin Islands $325 2.1 50.6% $713 13.3
Virginia $232 2.0 58.8% $800 16.1
Washington $201 1.7 65.5% $828 16.7
West Virginia $200 1.9 65.2% $850 17.7
Wisconsin $198 1.9 76.6% $1 11.5
Wyoming $251 2.2 60.5% $841 7.0