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598. Social Welfare Expenditures Under Public Programs

[In billions of dollars (52 represents $52,000,000,000), except percent. For fiscal years ending in year shown; see text, Section 9. Represents outlays from trust funds (mostly social insurance funds built up by earmarked contributions from insured persons, their employers, or both) and budgetary outlays from general revenues. Includes administrative expenditures, capital outlay, and some expenditures and payments outside the United States. See Table 601 for program detail]

 
All
Health Other health
Total Social Public and Veterans Education Housing social and
Year insurance aid medical programs welfare medical
programs 1 care 2
 
Total:
  1960 52 19 4 4 5 18 0 1 6
  1970 146 55 16 10 9 51 1 4 25
  1975 289 123 41 17 17 81 3 7 51
  1980 493 230 73 27 21 121 7 14 100
  1985 732 370 98 39 27 172 13 14 171
  1986 782 391 104 44 27 189 12 14 186
  1987 834 413 112 48 28 205 13 15 203
  1988 887 434 120 53 29 219 17 15 218
  1989 957 468 129 57 30 239 18 17 240
  1990 1,049 514 147 61 31 258 19 18 274
  1991 1,160 561 181 66 33 277 22 20 314
  1992 1,267 619 208 70 36 292 21 22 353
  1993 1,367 659 221 75 36 332 21 23 382
  1994 1,436 684 238 80 38 344 27 25 409
  1995 1,505 705 254 86 39 366 29 27 435
 
Federal:
  1960 25 14 2 2 5 1 0 0 3
  1970 77 45 10 5 9 6 1 2 16
  1975 167 100 27 8 17 9 3 4 33
  1980 303 191 49 13 21 13 6 9 69
  1985 451 310 63 18 27 14 11 8 122
  1986 473 326 67 19 27 15 10 8 131
  1987 498 343 71 21 28 16 11 9 141
  1988 527 360 76 23 29 17 14 8 149
  1989 565 387 82 24 30 19 15 8 165
  1990 617 422 93 27 30 18 17 9 190
  1991 676 454 113 30 32 19 19 10 214
  1992 750 496 139 32 35 20 17 11 250
  1993 805 534 152 33 36 20 19 11 276
  1994 853 557 163 35 37 24 25 12 295
  1995 888 580 170 37 38 23 27 12 308
 
State and local:
  1960 27 5 2 3 (Z) 17 (Z) 1 3
  1970 68 9 7 5 (Z) 45 (Z) 2 9
  1975 122 23 14 9 (Z) 72 1 3 18
  1980 190 39 23 14 (Z) 108 1 5 31
  1985 281 59 35 21 (Z) 158 2 6 49
  1986 309 65 37 25 (Z) 174 2 6 55
  1987 336 70 41 27 (Z) 188 2 7 62
  1988 360 74 44 30 (Z) 202 3 7 68
  1989 392 81 47 32 (Z) 220 3 8 75
  1990 432 92 54 34 (Z) 240 3 9 84
  1991 483 108 68 36 1 258 3 10 100
  1992 517 123 69 38 1 272 3 11 103
  1993 561 125 69 42 1 312 2 12 106
  1994 583 126 75 45 1 320 2 13 114
  1995 617 126 83 49 1 342 2 14 127
 
Percent federal:
  1960 48 74 52 39 98 5 81 37 46
  1970 53 83 59 48 99 12 83 55 65
  1980 62 83 68 47 99 11 91 65 69
  1985 62 84 64 46 99 8 88 56 71
  1986 60 83 64 44 99 8 84 55 70
  1987 60 83 62 43 99 8 84 56 69
  1988 59 83 63 43 99 8 85 52 68
  1989 59 83 63 43 99 8 84 51 69
  1990 59 82 63 44 98 7 85 50 69
  1991 58 81 62 45 98 7 87 50 68
  1992 59 80 67 45 98 7 87 50 71
  1993 59 81 69 44 98 6 91 48 72
  1994 59 82 68 43 98 7 92 48 72
  1995 59 82 67 43 98 6 93 47 71
 
Per capita
(current dollars): 3
  1960 285 105 22 24 30 96 1 6 35
  1970 698 262 79 46 43 244 3 20 120
  1980 2,126 990 314 118 92 523 30 59 434
  1985 3,009 1,516 405 161 111 708 52 56 705
  1986 3,183 1,588 425 179 111 772 49 58 758
  1987 3,363 1,662 453 194 112 826 53 62 822
  1988 3,552 1,732 479 213 116 878 66 62 871
  1989 3,804 1,857 512 228 118 951 72 66 958
  1990 4,123 2,017 579 243 120 1,018 77 71 1,081
  1991 4,520 2,185 708 257 126 1,083 84 77 1,225
  1992 4,870 2,377 801 270 133 1,126 79 83 1,359
  1993 5,238 2,523 849 287 137 1,275 80 87 1,466
  1994 5,446 2,591 905 305 141 1,308 103 94 1,554
  1995 5,622 2,632 949 320 144 1,368 109 99 1,628
 
Per capita
(constant (1995) dollars): 3 4
  1970 2,454 920 279 162 152 859 11 70 419
  1980 3,788 1,764 560 210 164 932 53 105 764
  1985 4,131 2,081 556 223 152 972 71 77 969
  1990 4,741 2,319 665 279 138 1,170 89 81 1,243
  1991 5,025 2,428 788 286 140 1,204 93 86 1,365
  1992 5,238 2,558 862 291 143 1,211 85 89 1,464
  1993 5,487 2,644 889 301 144 1,335 84 91 1,536
  1994 5,570 2,650 925 312 144 1,338 105 96 1,589
  1995 5,622 2,632 949 320 144 1,368 109 99 1,628


Z Less than $500 million.
1 Excludes program parts of social insurance, public aid, veterans, and other social welfare.
2 Combines "Health and medical programs" with medical services included in social insurance, public aid, veterans, vocational rehabilitation, and antipoverty programs.
3 Excludes payments within foreign countries for education, veterans, OASDHI, and civil service retirement.
4 Constant dollar figures are based on implicit price deflators for personal consumption expenditures published by U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis in Survey of Current Business.

Source: U.S. Social Security Administration, Social Security Bulletin, Vol. 62, No. 2, 1999; and unpublished data.

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