Entitlements have been a key part of political discussions during the course of the presidential election and the "fiscal cliff" debate. Some 55.4 million Americans are receiving Social Security benefits, and 8.1 million receive Supplemental Security Income disability payments. Many Americans use these benefits to feed and clothe their families, to pay for health care and just survive. Where do these Americans live? What do we know about them? This type of information can help aid governments and businesses in making decisions such as providing health care facilities, new businesses, as well as community services.
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