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POV41: Region, Division and Type of Residence--Poverty Status for All People, Family Members and Unrelated Individuals by Family Structure: 2009

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2010 Annual Social and Economic Supplement.

(Numbers in thousands)

  All people (1) People in families (2) People in unrelated subfamilies (3) Unrelated individuals (4)
All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6)

Hispanic (any race)
 
Total (1)
48,811 12,350 25.3 42,717 10,345 24.2 376 204 54.3 5,718 1,801 31.5

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
45,392 11,415 25.1 39,678 9,546 24.1 353 188 53.3 5,361 1,680 31.3
      Inside principal cities 23,235 6,674 28.7 19,979 5,543 27.7 161 94 58.1 3,095 1,037 33.5
      Outside principal cities 22,158 4,741 21.4 19,699 4,003 20.3 192 95 49.3 2,266 643 28.4
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 3,418 935 27.4 3,039 799 26.3 23 16 (B) 357 121 33.9

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
6,681 1,611 24.1 5,667 1,307 23.1 71 27 (B) 942 278 29.5
  Inside metro statistical areas 6,544 1,587 24.2 5,554 1,286 23.2 71 27 (B) 918 274 29.8
      Inside principal cities 3,609 1,042 28.9 3,044 847 27.8 40 23 (B) 525 172 32.8
      Outside principal cities 2,934 545 18.6 2,510 439 17.5 31 4 (B) 393 102 25.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 137 25 17.9 113 21 18.7 0 0 (B) 24 3 (B)
Midwest 3,913 1,068 27.3 3,413 900 26.4 18 2 (B) 482 165 34.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,392 943 27.8 2,951 795 26.9 14 2 (B) 427 146 34.1
      Inside principal cities 1,758 559 31.8 1,501 466 31.1 2 1 (B) 255 92 36.2
      Outside principal cities 1,634 383 23.5 1,451 329 22.7 12 1 (B) 172 53 31.0
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 521 125 24.1 462 106 22.9 4 0 (B) 55 20 (B)
South 17,852 4,559 25.5 15,655 3,847 24.6 109 70 64.6 2,089 642 30.8
  Inside metro statistical areas 16,162 4,083 25.3 14,163 3,443 24.3 95 58 60.8 1,905 582 30.6
      Inside principal cities 8,046 2,266 28.2 6,987 1,921 27.5 45 31 (B) 1,015 314 31.0
      Outside principal cities 8,116 1,816 22.4 7,176 1,522 21.2 50 26 (B) 890 268 30.1
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,690 477 28.2 1,492 404 27.1 14 13 (B) 184 60 32.8
West 20,365 5,111 25.1 17,982 4,291 23.9 178 105 58.9 2,205 716 32.5
  Inside metro statistical areas 19,294 4,803 24.9 17,010 4,023 23.6 174 102 58.6 2,111 678 32.1
      Inside principal cities 9,821 2,806 28.6 8,447 2,310 27.3 74 38 (B) 1,300 458 35.2
      Outside principal cities 9,473 1,996 21.1 8,563 1,713 20.0 100 63 63.7 811 220 27.1
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,071 309 28.8 972 268 27.6 4 3 (B) 94 38 39.8

Division (31)
 
New England
1,098 308 28.0 913 248 27.2 5 1 (B) 180 58 32.3
Middle Atlantic 5,583 1,304 23.4 4,755 1,059 22.3 66 25 (B) 762 219 28.8
East North Central 2,963 776 26.2 2,584 651 25.2 9 0 (B) 370 125 33.8
West North Central 949 292 30.8 828 249 30.1 9 2 (B) 112 41 36.2
South Atlantic 6,666 1,510 22.7 5,654 1,183 20.9 63 31 (B) 949 296 31.2
East South Central 653 196 30.1 504 155 30.7 2 2 (B) 147 39 26.8
West South Central 10,534 2,853 27.1 9,498 2,509 26.4 43 37 (B) 993 307 30.9
Mountain 4,961 1,413 28.5 4,360 1,239 28.4 15 10 (B) 586 164 28.0
Pacific 15,404 3,698 24.0 13,622 3,052 22.4 163 95 58.2 1,619 552 34.1

Poverty Footnotes

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