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									 MASSACHUSETTS REHABILITATION COMMISSION
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT PRODUCTIVITY REPORT
         FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007




              JANUARY 25, 2008
                      TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                   Page

Congressional District One…………………………………………….                        3

Congressional District Two…………………………………………….                        4

Congressional District Three……………….………………………….                      5

Congressional District Four……………………………..…………….                      6

Congressional District Five…………………………………………….                       7

Congressional District Six.…………………………………………….                       8

Congressional District Seven………………………………………….                       9

Congressional District Eight.………………………………………….                      10

Congressional District Nine..………………………………………….                      11

Congressional District Ten…………………………………………….                        12

Statewide Total………………………………………………………….                              13

Congressional District Level Data on People with Disabilities…….    14




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                               MASSACHUSETTS REHABILITATION COMMISSION
                              CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT PRODUCTIVITY REPORT
                                       FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007

Congressional District:                                           ONE                                  John W. Olver (D) Amherst

The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is broken
out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District. This
report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers eligible
for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement of
consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of receiving
MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of hours per week
by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Fitchburg, Greenfield, Holyoke, Pittsfield, Springfield, Sturbridge

                                                                          Consumer   Consumer                                                 Consumer
                                                Eligible    Employed        Wage      Average                                                  Average
                              New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvements   Hourly                                                   Hours
     MRC Office                For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    /Week       Wage                                                  Worked/Week
                                Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26  Status 26                                                Status 26

Fitchburg                             251                     529                    T= 80                    $250.05               $12.02         28.14
75%

Greenfield                            419                   1,091                    T= 141                   $269.03               $12.39         27.01
96%

Holyoke                               204                     485                    T= 69                    $214.53               $11.78         29.50
40%

Pittsfield                            556                   1,045                    T= 152                   $264.49               $10.71         29.80
100%

Springfield                           266                     466                    T= 73                    $246.05               $11.81         30.88
27%

Sturbridge                              8                      20                    T= 3                     $293.41               $11.79         28.73
4%


District One Total                   1,704                  3,636                    T= 517                   $255.16               $11.74         29.05


State Totals                        11,867                  26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84               $11.90         27.84




Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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                            CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT PRODUCTIVITY REPORT
                                     FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007

Congressional District:                                                TWO                          Richard E. Neal (D) Springfield
The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation
Services provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This
report is broken out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each
Congressional District. This report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and
the number of consumers eligible for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified
to highlight the improvement of consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment
opportunity as a result of receiving MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and
the average number of hours per week by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed
at the bottom of each page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Greenfield, Holyoke, Milford, Springfield, Sturbridge, Worcester

                                                                      Consumer                                         Consumer   Consumer
                                             Eligible    Employed        Wage                                           Average    Average
                           New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvement                                         Hourly     Hours
MRC Office                  For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    s/Week                                           Wage    Worked/Week
                             Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26                                       Status 26  Status 26

Greenfield                          17                     45                   T= 6                    $269.03               $12.39    27.01
4%

Holyoke                            306                    728                   T= 103                  $214.53               $11.78    29.50
60%

Milford                            160                    441                   T= 66                   $227.56               $11.57    26.24
77%

Springfield                        721                  1,261                   T= 197                  $246.05               $11.81    30.88
73%

Sturbridge                         191                    477                   T= 75                   $293.41               $11.79    28.73
96%

Worcester                           28                     64                   T= 9                    $262.35               $11.96    27.82
4%


District Two Total                1,423                 3,016                   T= 456                  $252.16               $11.88    28.36


State Totals                     11,867                26,799                   T= 3,733                $260.84               $11.90    27.84



Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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                                CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT PRODUCTIVITY REPORT
                                         FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007

Congressional District:                                                       THREE                     James P. McGovern (D) Worcester

The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is broken
out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District. This
report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers eligible
for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement of
consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of receiving
MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of hours per week
by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Fall River, Fitchburg, Milford, Natick, Taunton, Worcester

                                                                                      Consumer                                Consumer   Consumer
                                                             Eligible    Employed        Wage                                  Average    Average
                                New Applicants            Consumers     Consumers    Improvement                                Hourly     Hours
MRC Office                       For Service                 Served    Total w/Wages    s/Week                                  Wage    Worked/Week
                                  Status 02               Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26                              Status 26  Status 26

Fall River                               193                     409                   T= 64                    $296.96             $11.50    27.57
54%

Fitchburg                                30                      63                    T= 10                    $250.05             $12.02    28.14
9%

Milford                                  69                      189                   T= 28                    $227.56             $11.57    26.24
33%

Natick                                   113                     269                   T= 40                    $212.87             $11.47    23.78
29%

Taunton                                  170                     413                   T= 54                    $268.41             $12.30    29.59
33%

Worcester                                679                   1,524                   T= 217                   $262.35             $11.96    27.82
96%


District Three Total                   1,254                   2,868                   T= 414                   $253.03             $11.80    27.19


State Totals                          11,867                  26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84             $11.90    27.84



Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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Congressional District:                                                     FOUR                              Barney Frank (D) Newton

The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is broken
out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District. This
report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers eligible
for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement of
consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of receiving
MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of hours per week
by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Brockton, Brookline, Fall River, Natick, New Bedford, Plymouth, Taunton

                                                                                    Consumer                                Consumer   Consumer
                                                           Eligible    Employed        Wage                                  Average    Average
                             New Applicants             Consumers     Consumers    Improvement                                Hourly     Hours
MRC Office                    For Service                  Served    Total w/Wages    s/Week                                  Wage    Worked/Week
                               Status 02                Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26                              Status 26  Status 26

Brockton                               25                      79                    T= 9                     $266.56               $11.74    28.64
6%

Brookline                             540                    1,221                   T= 157                   $300.93               $13.89    29.42
100%

Fall River                            165                     348                    T= 55                    $296.96               $11.50    27.57
46%

Natick                                 35                      83                    T= 12                    $212.87               $11.47    23.78
9%

New Bedford                           441                     808                    T= 120                   $282.63               $11.31    28.79
100%

Plymouth                               14                      35                    T= 4                     $295.89               $11.31    28.79
5%

Taunton                               303                     739                    T= 97                    $268.41               $12.30    29.59
59%


District Four Total                  1,523                   3,313                   T= 455                   $274.89               $11.93    28.08


State Totals                        11,867                  26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84               $11.90    27.84

Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.
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                             CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT PRODUCTIVITY REPORT
                                      FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007

Congressional District:                                                   FIVE                               Niki Tsongas (D) Lowell
The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is
broken out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District.
This report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers
eligible for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement
of consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of
receiving MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of
hours per week by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each
page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Fitchburg, Lawrence, Lowell, Natick

                                                                       Consumer                                           Consumer   Consumer
                                              Eligible    Employed        Wage                                             Average    Average
                            New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvement                                           Hourly     Hours
MRC Office                   For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    s/Week                                             Wage    Worked/Week
                              Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26                                         Status 26  Status 26

Fitchburg                             54                    113                    T= 17                   $250.05              $12.02    28.14
16%

Lawrence                             330                    794                    T= 130                  $261.26              $11.28    28.22
65%

Lowell                               379                   1,059                   T= 153                  $239.91              $10.72    25.63
85%

Natick                                62                    148                    T= 22                   $212.87              $11.47    23.78
16%


District Five Total                  825                   2,114                   T= 322                  $241.02              $11.37    26.44


State Totals                       11,867                 26,799                   T= 3,733                $260.84              $11.90    27.84




Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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                              CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT PRODUCTIVITY REPORT
                                       FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007

Congressional District:                                                   SIX                               John F. Tierney (D) Salem
The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is broken
out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District. This
report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers eligible
for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement of
consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of receiving
MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of hours per week
by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each page as a
reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Lawrence, Lowell, Malden, Salem

                                                                        Consumer   Consumer                                                   Consumer
                                              Eligible    Employed        Wage      Average                                                    Average
                            New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvements   Hourly                                                     Hours
MRC Office                   For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    /Week       Wage                                                    Worked/Week
                              Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26  Status 26                                                  Status 26

Lawrence                             177                    428                    T= 70                    $261.26                 $11.28         28.22
35%

Lowell                                67                    187                    T= 27                    $239.91                 $10.72         25.63
15%

Malden                               131                    259                    T= 29                    $264.44                 $11.91         26.65
18%

Salem                                644                   1,618                   T= 216                   $258.99                 $12.24         27.61
100%


District Six Total                 1,020                   2,491                   T= 342                   $256.15                 $11.54         27.03


State Totals                       11,867                 26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84                 $11.90         27.84




Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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                                        FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007

Congressional District:                                                      SEVEN                            Edward Markey (D) Malden

The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is broken
out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District. This
report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers eligible
for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement of
consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of receiving
MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of hours per week
by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Downtown Boston, Malden, Natick, Somerville

                                                                          Consumer                                           Consumer   Consumer
                                                 Eligible    Employed        Wage                                             Average    Average
                               New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvement                                           Hourly     Hours
MRC Office                      For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    s/Week                                             Wage    Worked/Week
                                 Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26                                         Status 26  Status 26




Downtown Boston                          61                    120                    T= 15                    $315.90              $12.74    29.13
9%

Malden                                  598                   1,179                   T= 134                   $264.44              $11.67    28.74
82%

Natick                                  125                    296                    T= 44                    $212.87              $13.08    29.07
32%

Somerville                              250                    589                    T= 83                    $225.62              $11.31    28.79
47%


District Seven Total                   1,033                  2,184                   T= 276                   $254.71              $12.20    28.93


State Totals                          11,867                 26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84              $11.90    27.84




Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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Congressional District:                                                    EIGHT                       Michael E. Capuano (D) Somerville

The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is broken
out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District. This
report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers eligible
for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement of
consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of receiving
MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of hours per week
by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Downtown Boston, Roxbury, Somerville

                                                                          Consumer   Consumer
                                                Eligible    Employed        Wage      Average                                                  Consumer
                              New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvements   Hourly                                                Average Hours
MRC Office                     For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    /Week       Wage                                                  Worked/Week
                                Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26  Status 26                                                 Status 26

Downtown Boston                        311                   612                    T= 77                    $315.90                $12.74           29.13
46%

Roxbury                                282                   621                    T= 71                    $299.90                $11.67           28.74
50%

Somerville                             282                   664                    T= 93                    $225.62                $12.80           25.48
53%


District Eight Total                   874                  1,897                   T= 241                   $284.00                $12.40           27.78


State Totals                        11,867                 26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84                $11.90           27.84




Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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Congressional District:                                                    NINE                            Stephen F. Lynch (D) Boston
The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is broken
out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District. This
report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers eligible
for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the improvement of
consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a result of receiving
MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average number of hours per week
by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom of each page as a
reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Brockton, Downtown Boston, Natick, Quincy, Roxbury, Taunton


                                                                         Consumer                                           Consumer   Consumer
                                                Eligible    Employed        Wage                                             Average    Average
                              New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvement                                           Hourly     Hours
MRC Office                     For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    s/Week                                             Wage    Worked/Week
                                Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26                                         Status 26  Status 26

Brockton                              339                   1,096                   T= 125                   $266.56                $11.74     28.64
83%

Downtown Boston                       304                     599                   T= 75                    $315.90                $12.74     29.13
45%

Natick                                 55                     130                   T= 19                    $212.87                $11.47     23.78
14%

Quincy                                163                     372                   T= 54                    $274.66                $13.08     29.07
36%

Roxbury                               282                     621                   T= 71                    $299.90                $11.67     28.74
50%

Taunton                                41                     100                   T= 13                    $268.41                $12.30     29.59
8%


District Nine Total                  1,184                  2,918                   T= 358                   $273.05                $12.17     28.16


State Totals                        11,867                 26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84                $11.90     27.84


Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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Congressional District:                                                  TEN                           William D. Delehunt (D) Quincy
The FFY’07 Congressional District Report provides a productivity overview of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
provided to people with disabilities by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). This report is
broken out by Congressional District and the MRC Area Offices that are included in each Congressional District.
This report highlights the number of applications MRC has received for services and the number of consumers
eligible for services. The total consumer wage or earnings improvement is identified to highlight the
improvement of consumer’s standard of living after successful placement into an employment opportunity as a
result of receiving MRC services. Also included is the consumer’s average hourly wage and the average
number of hours per week by Area Office. Congressional District totals and State totals are listed at the bottom
of each page as a reference.
Includes MRC Area Offices: Brockton, Hyannis, Plymouth, Quincy

                                                                       Consumer                                           Consumer   Consumer
                                              Eligible    Employed        Wage                                             Average    Average
                            New Applicants Consumers     Consumers    Improvement                                           Hourly     Hours
MRC Office                   For Service      Served    Total w/Wages    s/Week                                             Wage    Worked/Week
                              Status 02    Status 12-30   Status 26     Status 26                                         Status 26  Status 26

Brockton                              45                    145                   T= 17                    $266.56              $11.74     28.64
11%

Hyannis                              425                    894                   T= 158                   $219.94              $11.59     23.14
100%

Plymouth                             267                    660                   T= 80                    $295.89              $11.31     28.79
95%

Quincy                               290                    662                   T= 97                    $274.66              $13.08     29.07
64%


District Ten Total                 1,027                  2,361                   T= 351                   $264.26              $11.93     27.41


State Totals                      11,867                 26,799                   T= 3,733                 $260.84              $11.90     27.84




Note: Percentages beneath each Area Office denote the portion of that office's catchment area within this Congressional District.


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                                                     STATEWIDE TOTALS

Congressional District: ONE                                                  John W. Olver (D) Amherst
Includes MRC Area Offices: Fitchburg, Greenfield, Holyoke, Pittsfield, Springfield, Sturbridge
Employed Consumers          517       Avg. Consumer Wage $255.16 Average Hours Worked                29.05

Congressional District: TWO                                                Richard E. Neal (D) Springfield
Includes MRC Area Offices: Greenfield, Holyoke, Milford, Springfield, Sturbridge, Worcester
Employed Consumers          456       Avg. Consumer Wage $252.16 Average Hours Worked                28.36

Congressional District: THREE                                       James P. McGovern (D) Worcester
Includes MRC Area Offices: Fall River, Fitchburg, Milford, Natick, Taunton, Worcester
Employed Consumers          414        Avg. Consumer Wage $253.03 Average Hours Worked               27.19

Congressional District: FOUR                                                    Barney Frank (D) Newton
Includes MRC Area Offices: Brockton, Brookline, Fall River, Natick, New Bedford, Plymouth, Taunton
Employed Consumers          455      Avg. Consumer Wage $274.89 Average Hours Worked                 28.08

Congressional District: FIVE                                                      Niki Tsongas (D) Lowell
Includes MRC Area Offices: Fitchburg, Lawrence, Lowell, Natick
Employed Consumers          322       Avg. Consumer Wage $241.02           Average Hours Worked      26.44

Congressional District: SIX                                                    John F. Tierney (D) Salem
Includes MRC Area Offices: Lawrence, Lowell, Malden, Salem
Employed Consumers          342      Avg. Consumer Wage          $256.15   Average Hours Worked      27.03

Congressional District: SEVEN                                                 Edward Markey (D) Malden
Includes MRC Area Offices: Downtown Boston, Malden, Natick, Somerville
Employed Consumers          276    Avg. Consumer Wage $254.71              Average Hours Worked      28.93

Congressional District: EIGHT                                        Michael E. Capuano (D) Somerville
Includes MRC Area Offices: Downtown Boston, Roxbury, Somerville
Employed Consumers          241    Avg. Consumer Wage $284.00              Average Hours Worked      27.78

Congressional District: NINE                                                 Stephen F. Lynch (D) Boston
Includes MRC Area Offices: Brockton, Downtown Boston, Natick, Quincy, Roxbury, Taunton
Employed Consumers          358      Avg. Consumer Wage $273.05 Average Hours Worked                 28.16

Congressional District: TEN                                                William D. Delehunt (D) Quincy
Includes MRC Area Offices: Brockton, Hyannis, Plymouth, Quincy
Employed Consumers          351      Avg. Consumer Wage $264.26            Average Hours Worked      27.41

                                              STATEWIDE FFY 2007
               Eligible Consumers Receiving VR Services                       26,799
               Applicants for VR Services in FY'07                            11,867
               Consumers Who Went to Work in FY'07                             3,733

                  IMPROVEMENT IN EARNINGS FOR CONSUMERS - STATEWIDE FFY 2007
               Average Weekly Wage                           $260.84
               Average Hourly Wage                            $11.90
               Average Hours Worked Per Week                   27.84


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                                                     Congressional District Level Data on People with Disabilities: Massachusetts
Congressional   Congressional       Congressional             Area in        Total            Rural      % of Rural   Noninstitutionalized   People with    % of People      Institutionalized
   District         Area            Representative         Square Miles    Population       Population    People          Population          Disability   with Disability       People
     1           Amherst           John W. Olver             3,167         634,479          194,798      30.7%            588,637             108,504        18.4%               6,384
     2          Springfield       Richard E. Neal             943          634,444           96,483      15.2%            584,084             119,343        20.4%               6,261
     3          Worcester       James P. McGovern             607          634,585           42,031       6.6%            582,727             106,593        18.2%               6,754
     4           Newton            Barney Frank               767          634,624           75,165      11.8%            585,601             102,663        17.5%               6,302
     5            Lowell           Niki Tsongas               577          635,326           41,548       6.5%            577,828             103,311        17.8%               5,356
     6            Salem           John F. Tierney             507          636,554           32,750       5.1%            587,331              98,043        16.6%               6,362
     7           Malden          Edward J. Markey             177          634,287            3,074       0.5%            589,176             108,321        18.3%               6,293
     8          Somerville      Michael E. Capuano             48          634,835              0         0.0%            595,964             123,908        20.7%               4,212
     9           Boston          Stephen F. Lynch             316          634,062           10,269       1.6%            580,275             108,240        18.6%               8,068
    10            Quincy        William D. Delahunt          1,037         635,901           49,428       7.8%            589,222             105,820        17.9%               5,640
 Statewide                                                   8,146        6,349,097         545,546       8.6%           5,860,845           1,084,746       18.5%              61,632




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   MRC - Research, Evaluation, and Development Department, 1/25/08                                                                                                                   page 14

								
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