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Eng Course- Poverty: 2010 and 2011 American Community Survey Briefs- Download Free PDF


The poverty rate is one of several socioeconomic
indicators used by policy makers to evaluate economic
conditions. It measures the percentage of people
whose income fell below the poverty threshold. Federal
and state governments use such estimates to allocate
funds to local communities. Local communities use
these estimates to identify the number of individuals
or families eligible for various programs.
This report, using income and household relationship
data from the 1-year 2010 and 2011 American
Community Surveys (ACS), compares poverty rates for
the nation, states, and large metropolitan statistical
areas. The report also summarizes the distribution of
people by income-to-poverty ratios for states and the
District of Columbia.
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