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POV43: Region, Division and Type of Residence -- Poverty Status for People in Families With Related Children Under 18 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)

  People in families (total) (10) People in married-couple families (11) People in families with a male householder, no wife present People in families with a female householder, no husband present
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)

Asian A.O.I.C.
 
People in families with related
  children under 18 years, total (9)
8,909 1,054 11.8 7,486 738 9.9 429 90 21.0 995 226 22.7

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
8,620 1,004 11.7 7,267 730 10.1 401 68 16.9 952 206 21.6
      Inside principal cities 3,984 584 14.7 3,280 403 12.3 192 49 25.3 512 132 25.8
      Outside principal cities 4,636 421 9.1 3,987 327 8.2 209 19 9.2 440 74 16.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 289 50 17.2 219 8 3.5 28 22 (B) 42 20 (B)

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
1,804 286 15.9 1,525 219 14.3 51 10 (B) 228 58 25.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,791 283 15.8 1,511 215 14.2 51 10 (B) 228 58 25.3
      Inside principal cities 817 226 27.6 672 168 25.0 11 5 (B) 134 53 39.4
      Outside principal cities 974 57 5.9 839 47 5.6 40 5 (B) 94 5 5.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 13 3 (B) 13 3 (B) 0 0 (B) 0 0 (X)
Midwest 1,181 204 17.2 1,050 132 12.6 33 14 (B) 98 58 58.9
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,138 200 17.6 1,008 130 12.9 33 14 (B) 97 57 59.0
      Inside principal cities 499 110 22.1 436 68 15.7 19 14 (B) 44 28 (B)
      Outside principal cities 639 90 14.1 573 61 10.7 15 0 (B) 52 29 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 43 3 (B) 42 3 (B) 0 0 (X) 1 1 (B)
South 2,084 226 10.9 1,768 171 9.7 157 33 20.8 159 23 14.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,967 204 10.4 1,675 171 10.2 134 10 7.7 159 23 14.2
      Inside principal cities 679 70 10.4 552 44 8.0 61 10 (B) 66 16 (B)
      Outside principal cities 1,289 133 10.3 1,123 127 11.3 73 0 (B) 93 7 7.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 116 22 19.2 93 0 0.0 23 22 (B) 0 0 (X)
West 3,841 338 8.8 3,143 216 6.9 187 34 18.3 510 88 17.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,724 317 8.5 3,072 214 7.0 183 34 18.7 469 69 14.7
      Inside principal cities 1,989 178 8.9 1,620 122 7.5 101 20 19.8 268 35 13.2
      Outside principal cities 1,734 140 8.1 1,452 92 6.3 81 14 17.4 201 34 16.7
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 117 21 17.7 71 2 (B) 5 0 (B) 41 19 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
437 53 12.1 377 48 12.8 7 3 (B) 53 2 (B)
Middle Atlantic 1,367 233 17.1 1,148 171 14.9 44 6 (B) 175 56 32.2
East North Central 945 173 18.3 839 107 12.7 25 12 (B) 81 54 66.7
West North Central 236 31 13.1 211 26 12.2 8 1 (B) 17 4 (B)
South Atlantic 1,071 99 9.2 924 82 8.9 63 3 (B) 84 13 15.7
East South Central 113 29 25.7 98 20 20.2 12 7 (B) 2 2 (B)
West South Central 900 99 11.0 745 69 9.3 82 22 27.2 73 7 (B)
Mountain 392 37 9.5 317 26 8.1 23 1 (B) 52 10 (B)
Pacific 3,448 301 8.7 2,826 190 6.7 164 33 20.0 458 78 17.0

Poverty Footnotes

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