Sources: 2019 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS-ASEC) for US estimate, 2018 Puerto Rico Community Survey and census for territories, Census International Data Base, WIC administrative data, and WIC participant and program characteristics report. Note: This map is best displayed using Chrome, Firefox, or Edge internet browsers. Users may encounter difficulties displaying it with Internet Explorer. Results for the territories are included in the totals but not shown separately. Definitions: "Non-Hispanic, Black-Only and Non-Hispanic, Other" includes all infants, children, and pregnant or postpartum women who are not Hispanic/Latino and who report a race other than White, or who report multiple races. This graphic includes Puerto Rico but no other territories. The "Number Eligible" and "Number of Participants" numbers are rounded to the nearest hundred. The estimated coverage rates exceed 100 percent for Non-Hispanic, Black-Only and Non-Hispanic, Other in Maine and Hispanic/Latino in Alaska. However, the lower bound of the 95-percent confidence interval for these rates is below 100 percent. The estimated coverage rates exceed 100 percent for Hispanic/Latino in Maine, Vermont, and West Virginia. These coverage rates are unreliable with the lower bound of the 95-percent confidence interval above 100 percent or the lower bound of the 95-percent confidence interval below 0 percent and the upper bound above 100 percent. See chapter 6 of the full report for more information on measures of statistical uncertainty for the eligibility estimates.