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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 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6)

Asian A.O.I.C.
 
Total (1)
15,272 4,261 27.9 13,403 3,401 25.4 43 26 (B) 1,826 834 45.6

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
14,754 4,032 27.3 12,966 3,220 24.8 35 19 (B) 1,753 792 45.2
      Inside principal cities 7,170 2,230 31.1 6,007 1,685 28.1 16 12 (B) 1,147 533 46.5
      Outside principal cities 7,584 1,802 23.8 6,959 1,535 22.1 20 8 (B) 606 260 42.8
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 518 229 44.1 437 180 41.3 8 7 (B) 73 41 (B)

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
3,153 1,027 32.6 2,729 802 29.4 4 4 (B) 420 220 52.4
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,121 1,018 32.6 2,705 795 29.4 4 4 (B) 412 219 53.1
      Inside principal cities 1,555 660 42.4 1,272 501 39.4 4 4 (B) 278 155 55.6
      Outside principal cities 1,566 358 22.9 1,433 294 20.5 0 0 (X) 133 64 48.0
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 32 9 (B) 24 7 (B) 0 0 (X) 8 1 (B)
Midwest 1,822 562 30.8 1,628 467 28.7 9 4 (B) 186 91 49.1
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,749 523 29.9 1,568 437 27.9 6 3 (B) 174 83 47.7
      Inside principal cities 752 291 38.7 644 236 36.6 0 0 (X) 108 55 51.3
      Outside principal cities 996 232 23.3 923 201 21.8 6 3 (B) 66 28 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 74 39 (B) 60 30 (B) 2 1 (B) 11 8 (B)
South 3,341 899 26.9 2,990 740 24.8 3 3 (B) 348 156 44.8
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,161 793 25.1 2,838 657 23.1 0 0 (X) 324 136 42.2
      Inside principal cities 1,087 280 25.7 936 213 22.8 0 0 (X) 152 66 43.6
      Outside principal cities 2,074 514 24.8 1,902 443 23.3 0 0 (X) 172 70 40.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 179 106 58.9 152 84 54.9 3 3 (B) 25 19 (B)
West 6,956 1,773 25.5 6,056 1,391 23.0 28 16 (B) 872 366 42.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 6,723 1,698 25.3 5,855 1,331 22.7 24 12 (B) 844 354 42.0
      Inside principal cities 3,776 999 26.5 3,155 735 23.3 11 7 (B) 609 257 42.1
      Outside principal cities 2,948 699 23.7 2,700 596 22.1 13 5 (B) 234 97 41.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 233 75 32.4 201 60 29.8 3 3 (B) 29 12 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
681 222 32.5 580 167 28.8 0 0 (X) 101 54 53.8
Middle Atlantic 2,473 805 32.6 2,150 635 29.6 4 4 (B) 319 166 51.9
East North Central 1,416 440 31.0 1,303 384 29.5 5 1 (B) 108 54 50.2
West North Central 406 122 30.2 324 83 25.5 3 3 (B) 78 37 47.5
South Atlantic 1,843 449 24.3 1,646 375 22.8 0 0 (X) 197 74 37.5
East South Central 218 78 35.7 188 64 34.0 0 0 (X) 30 14 (B)
West South Central 1,280 372 29.1 1,155 301 26.1 3 3 (B) 122 68 56.2
Mountain 686 221 32.2 592 176 29.7 2 2 (B) 92 44 47.1
Pacific 6,270 1,552 24.8 5,464 1,215 22.2 26 14 (B) 780 323 41.4

Poverty Footnotes

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