Rural and small town households across the country are more likely to participate in SNAP than their metro-area counterparts, according to the Food Research and Action Center’s SNAP Map, the interactive data tool FRAC launched on August 2. The map provides county-by-county and state-by-state SNAP participation by type of area–rural, small town, and metro. The tool offers interactive state and county maps to pinpoint SNAP participation; an interactive, searchable table to compare SNAP participation by state and county; and state factsheets on the share of SNAP households in each state with children, families with working members, and those participating in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program.
View State and County Level SNAP Participation Data
Download the New York State Fact Sheet