% households participating in at least one program, 2002 tage-Point Change vs. 2001 1 Charlotte, N. C. 96% -1 (tie) Phoenix 96% -1 2 Baltimore/Washington 95% -1 (tie) Chicago 95% -1 3 Buffalo/rochester, N.Y 94% -1 (tie) Philadelphia 94% 0 4 San Francisco 39% 4 5 Dallas 92% NA 6 Denver 91% -4 7 Seattle 90% 5 (tie) Columbus, Ohio 90% 0 8 Detroit 89% NA 9 Boston 88% 0 (tie) New York 88% -1 10 Los Angeles 87% -2 11 Atlanta 82% -2 12 Tampa, Fla. 78% 13 13 Houston 77% -4 14 ...

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