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									11/17/20107:27 PM                   4c5a726c-d874-437b-be24-d799b1f5ee81.xls   population growth by 2020



            A            B         C
 1   MU 2006
 2   Leading Indicators
 3   Projected Population Growth Rate
 4   2005-2020
 5
 6   State          % Change
 7   United States        14%
 8   Alabama                4%
 9   Alaska               17%
10   Arizona              44%
11   Arkansas             10%
12   California           17%
13   Colorado             14%
14   Connecticut            5%
15   Delaware             15%
16   Florida              34%
17   Georgia              21%
18   Hawaii               11%
19   Idaho                24%
20   Illinois               4%
21   Indiana                6%
22   Iowa                   2%
23   Kansas                 5%
24   Kentucky               6%
25   Louisiana              4%
26   Maine                  7%
27   Maryland             16%
28   Massachusetts          5%
29   Michigan               5%
30   Minnesota            14%
31   Mississippi            4%
32   Missouri               8%
33   Montana              10%
34   Nebraska               3%
35   Nevada               47%
36   New Hampshire        16%
37   New Jersey             8%
38   New Mexico           10%
39   New York               2%
40   North Carolina       23%
41   North Dakota          -1%
42   Ohio                   1%
43   Oklahoma               6%
44   Oregon               18%
45   Pennsylvania           3%
46   Rhode Island           6%
47   South Carolina       14%
48   South Dakota           4%
49   Tennessee            14%
50   Texas                26%
51   Utah                 24%
52   Vermont                9%
53   Virginia             18%
54   Washington           20%
55   West Virginia         -1%
56   Wisconsin              8%
57   Wyoming                5%
58   Source: US Census Bureau



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11/17/20107:27 PM                                 4c5a726c-d874-437b-be24-d799b1f5ee81.xls                  HS graduates growth



             A                 C                   D                    E
 1 MU 2006
 2 Leading Indicators
 3 Projected Number of Public and Nonpublic High School Graduates
 4
                      Public & Nonpublic Public & Nonpublic Percent Change 2002-
 5                    Total 2002-2003     Total 2017-2018     2003 to 2017-2018
 6 United States                2,952,536           3,188,121                    8%
 7 Alabama                         41,926              43,272                    3%
 8 Alaska                           7,540               7,222                   -4%
 9 Arizona                         53,745              80,274                   49%
10 Arkansas                        28,773              29,790                    4%
11 California                     362,926             390,602                    8%
12 Colorado                        43,934              60,229                   37%
13 Connecticut                     38,106              39,347                    3%
14 Delaware                         8,452               9,723                   15%
15 Florida                        132,538             170,822                   29%
16 Georgia                         77,800             111,338                   43%
17 Hawaii                          12,577              11,577                   -8%
18 Idaho                           16,540              19,368                   17%
19 Illinois                       134,862             139,483                    3%
20 Indiana                         63,527              77,714                   22%
21 Iowa                            36,069              33,259                   -8%
22 Kansas                          31,281              31,381                    0%
23 Kentucky                        40,223              42,613                    6%
24 Louisiana                       45,490              40,388                  -11%
25 Maine                           14,925              12,535                  -16%
26 Maryland                        60,107              65,901                   10%
27 Massachusetts                   65,863              66,551                    1%
28 Michigan                       107,223             106,638                   -1%
29 Minnesota                       63,962              61,722                   -4%
30 Mississippi                     26,635              26,570                    0%
31 Missouri                        61,476              60,561                   -2%
32 Montana                         11,299               8,933                  -21%
33 Nebraska                        22,071              21,302                   -4%
34 Nevada                          12,343              30,260                 145%
35 New Hampshire                   14,795              13,687                   -8%
36 New Jersey                      90,651             103,071                   14%
37 New Mexico                      19,432              17,932                   -8%
38 New York                       167,202             158,196                   -5%
39 North Carolina                  71,374              93,012                   30%
40 North Dakota                     8,609               5,950                  -31%
41 Ohio                           124,896             121,020                   -3%
42 Oklahoma                        38,437              38,004                   -1%
43 Oregon                          34,195              36,621                    7%
44 Pennsylvania                   135,190             124,597                   -8%
45 Rhode Island                    10,778              11,466                    6%
46 South Carolina                  36,682              40,273                   10%
47 South Dakota                     9,707               8,289                  -15%
48 Tennessee                       49,742              50,747                    2%
49 Texas                          243,130             306,335                   26%
50 Utah                            31,172              40,710                   31%
51 Vermont                          8,215               6,743                  -18%
52 Virginia                        76,049              84,646                   11%
53 Washington                      63,094              66,747                    6%
54 West Virginia                   17,999              16,327                   -9%
55 Wisconsin                       67,336              63,128                   -6%
56 Wyoming                          6,024               4,615                  -23%
57
    Source: Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. Knocking at the College Door: Projections
58 of High School Graduates by State, Income, and Race/Ethnicity, 1988-2018



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11/17/20107:27 PM                            4c5a726c-d874-437b-be24-d799b1f5ee81.xls                  Projected State Budget



            A                  B                  C              D          E        F          G
 1   MU 2006
 2   Leading Indicators
 3   Projected budget surplus/shortfall from 2005 to 2013
 4
 5                    projected surplus or shortfalls as a percent of revenue
 6   United States                          -6%
 7
 8   Alabama                              -11%
 9   Alaska                                -6%
10   Arizona                               -5%
11   Arkansas                              -4%
12   California                            -6%
13   Colorado                              -4%
14   Connecticut                           -4%
15   Delaware                              -1%
16   Florida                               -7%
17   Georgia                               -5%
18   Hawaii                                -5%
19   Idaho                                 -7%
20   Illinois                              -6%
21   Indiana                               -7%
22   Iowa                                  -6%
23   Kansas                                -4%
24   Kentucky                              -5%
25   Louisiana                            -11%
26   Maine                                 -2%
27   Maryland                              -2%
28   Massachusetts                         -2%
29   Michigan                              -5%
30   Minnesota                             -4%
31   Mississippi                          -10%
32   Missouri                              -7%
33   Montana                               -6%
34   Nebraska                              -4%
35   Nevada                                -9%
36   New Hampshire                         -1%
37   New Jersey                            -1%
38   New Mexico                            -6%
39   New York                              -5%
40   North Carolina                        -7%
41   North Dakota                          -3%
42   Ohio                                  -3%
43   Oklahoma                              -4%
44   Oregon                                -8%
45   Pennsylvania                          -6%
46   Rhode Island                          -6%
47   South Carolina                        -7%
48   South Dakota                          -7%
49   Tennessee                             -9%
50   Texas                                 -9%
51   Utah                                  -6%
52   Vermont                               -3%
53   Virginia                              -4%
54   Washington                            -8%
55   West Virginia                         -5%
56   Wisconsin                             -3%
57   Wyoming                              -13%
58


   Source: The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, Policy Alert February 2006,
59 Figure 2. Projected State and Local Deficits after 8 Years, Calculated as a Percentage of Revenue




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11/17/20107:27 PM                                            4c5a726c-d874-437b-be24-d799b1f5ee81.xls                                              Avg Income Poorest 20%



            A           B         C         D                           E             F             G            H              I            J             K           L
 1   MU 2006
 2   Leading Indicators
 3   Average income of poorest 20% of population
 4   2003-2005
 5
 6   United States           $12,168
 7   Alabama                 $10,000
 8   Alaska                  $15,003
 9   Arizona                 $12,000
10   Arkansas                 $9,920
11   California              $12,800
12   Colorado                $14,400
13   Connecticut             $14,241
14   Delaware                $15,356
15   Florida                 $12,000
16   Georgia                 $13,387
17   Hawaii                  $14,284
18   Idaho                   $14,000
19   Illinois                $12,500
20   Indiana                 $13,374
21   Iowa                    $13,500
22   Kansas                  $12,848
23   Kentucky                $10,000
24   Louisiana                $9,668
25   Maine                   $11,000
26   Maryland                $15,000
27   Massachusetts           $13,600
28   Michigan                $12,156
29   Minnesota               $16,728
30   Mississippi              $9,684
31   Missouri                $12,799
32   Montana                 $10,000
33   Nebraska                $13,409
34   Nevada                  $15,000
35   New Hampshire           $17,030
36   New Jersey              $15,536
37   New Mexico              $10,316
38   New York                $11,005
39   North Carolina          $10,441
40   North Dakota            $12,111
41   Ohio                    $12,319
42   Oklahoma                $11,828
43   Oregon                  $11,720
44   Pennsylvania            $13,179
45   Rhode Island            $12,038
46   South Carolina          $10,399
47   South Dakota            $11,000
48   Tennessee               $10,240
49   Texas                   $11,303
50   Utah                    $15,382
51   Vermont                 $13,250
52   Virginia                $14,400
53   Washington              $12,210
54   West Virginia            $9,924
55   Wisconsin               $14,000
56   Wyoming                 $12,950
57   Note: Numbers were aggregated in three-year averages. Median incomes are based on total family incomes greater than zero. Median of each quintile is presented.
58   Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Current Population Survey, March, 2003, 2004, and 2005 Supplements




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11/17/20107:27 PM                                4c5a726c-d874-437b-be24-d799b1f5ee81.xls   Children in Poverty



            A               B               C            D            E           F   G
 1   MU 2006
 2   Leading Indicators
 3   Percent of children in poverty
 4   2004
 5
 6   United States               18%
 7
 8   Alabama                     23%
 9   Alaska                      11%
10   Arizona                     20%
11   Arkansas                    26%
12   California                  19%
13   Colorado                    15%
14   Connecticut                 10%
15   Delaware                    14%
16   Florida                     18%
17   Georgia                     21%
18   Hawaii                      14%
19   Idaho                       20%
20   Illinois                    17%
21   Indiana                     15%
22   Iowa                        12%
23   Kansas                      12%
24   Kentucky                    25%
25   Louisiana                   30%
26   Maine                       17%
27   Maryland                    11%
28   Massachusetts               13%
29   Michigan                    18%
30   Minnesota                   11%
31   Mississippi                 31%
32   Missouri                    16%
33   Montana                     19%
34   Nebraska                    13%
35   Nevada                      19%
36   New Hampshire               10%
37   New Jersey                  12%
38   New Mexico                  28%
39   New York                    21%
40   North Carolina              22%
41   North Dakota                16%
42   Ohio                        18%
43   Oklahoma                    21%
44   Oregon                      19%
45   Pennsylvania                17%
46   Rhode Island                21%
47   South Carolina              23%
48   South Dakota                15%
49   Tennessee                   21%
50   Texas                       23%
51   Utah                        13%
52   Vermont                     12%
53   Virginia                    13%
54   Washington                  17%
55   West Virginia               24%
56   Wisconsin                   14%
57   Wyoming                     14%
58
59   Source: 2006 KIDS COUNT Data Book . Annie E. Casey Foundation. (2006).
60   http://www.aecf.org/kidscount/sld/compare_results_pf.jsp?i=190; accessed 5/30/06



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11/17/20107:27 PM                                     4c5a726c-d874-437b-be24-d799b1f5ee81.xls   Percent less than HS credential



            A                    C                D         E         F                   G
 1   MU 2006
 2   Leading Indicators
 3   Percent of population with less than a high school diploma or equivalent
 4   2004
 5
 6                        Less than HS Diploma
 7   Alabama                       18%
 8   Alaska                        10%
 9   Arizona                       16%
10   Arkansas                      21%
11   California                    19%
12   Colorado                      12%
13   Connecticut                   11%
14   Delaware                      14%
15   Florida                       14%
16   Georgia                       15%
17   Hawaii                        12%
18   Idaho                         12%
19   Illinois                      13%
20   Indiana                       13%
21   Iowa                          10%
22   Kansas                        10%
23   Kentucky                      18%
24   Louisiana                     21%
25   Maine                         13%
26   Maryland                      13%
27   Massachusetts                 13%
28   Michigan                      12%
29   Minnesota                      8%
30   Mississippi                   17%
31   Missouri                      12%
32   Montana                        8%
33   Nebraska                       9%
34   Nevada                        14%
35   New Hampshire                  9%
36   New Jersey                    12%
37   New Mexico                    17%
38   New York                      15%
39   North Carolina                19%
40   North Dakota                  11%
41   Ohio                          12%
42   Oklahoma                      15%
43   Oregon                        13%
44   Pennsylvania                  14%
45   Rhode Island                  19%
46   South Carolina                16%
47   South Dakota                  13%
48   Tennessee                     17%
49   Texas                         22%
50   Utah                           9%
51   Vermont                        9%
52   Virginia                      12%
53   Washington                    10%
54   West Virginia                 19%
55   Wisconsin                     11%
56   Wyoming                        8%
57   US Average                    14%
58   Source: US Bureau of the Census, Table 13. Educational Attainment of the
     Population 25 Years and Over, by State, Including Confidence Intervals of
59   Estimates: 2004
60   http://www.census.gov/population/socdemo/education/cps2004/tab13.xls
61   accessed 6/13/06




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11/17/20107:27 PM                                           4c5a726c-d874-437b-be24-d799b1f5ee81.xls                         New Economy Index



           A           B                      C             D             E             F             G             H
1    MU 2006
2    New Economy Index (2002)
3
4    State                Score
5    United States                  60
6
7    Alabama                        45
8    Alaska                         56
9    Arizona                        67
10   Arkansas                       42
11   California                     86
12   Colorado                       84
13   Connecticut                    74
14   Delaware                       71
15   Florida                        63
16   Georgia                        60
17   Hawaii                         54
18   Idaho                          62
19   Illinois                       65
20   Indiana                        53
21   Iowa                           52
22   Kansas                         57
23   Kentucky                       49
24   Louisiana                      46
25   Maine                          58
26   Maryland                       76
27   Massachusetts                  90
28   Michigan                       60
29   Minnesota                      69
30   Mississippi                    41
31   Missouri                       59
32   Montana                        53
33   Nebraska                       54
34   Nevada                         56
35   New Hampshire                  68
36   New Jersey                     75
37   New Mexico                     57
38   New York                       69
39   North Carolina                 58
40   North Dakota                   46
41   Ohio                           57
42   Oklahoma                       54
43   Oregon                         69
44   Pennsylvania                   62
45   Rhode Island                   62
46   South Carolina                 51
47   South Dakota                   47
48   Tennessee                      52
49   Texas                          68
50   Utah                           69
51   Vermont                        57
52   Virginia                       72
53   Washington                     86
54   West Virginia                  41
55   Wisconsin                      52
56   Wyoming                        46
57

     Source: Robert D. Atkinson (June 2002). The 2002 State New Economy Index: Benchmarking Economic Transformation
     in the States. Progressive Policy Institute: Technology and New Economy Project. Washington, DC: The Progressive
58   Policy Institute. Data is available on-line at: http://www.neweconomyindex.org/states/2002/overall_rank.html
59
     Description: The New Economy index uses 21 economic indicators, which measure state performance in five categories:
     Knowledge Jobs, Globalization, Economic Dynamism and Competition, The Transformation to a Digital Economy, and
     Technological Innovation Capacity. Reported as a composite score for each state, this measures captures the degree to
60   which states conform to the principles of the new economy.
61 This data not updated since Measuring Up 2004.

								
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