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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 130% of poverty (5) Percentage below 130% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 130% of poverty (5) Percentage below 130% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 130% of poverty (5) Percentage below 130% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 130% of poverty (5) Percentage below 130% of poverty (6)

Asian alone
 
People in families with related
  children under 18 years, total (9)
8,008 1,354 16.9 6,792 996 14.7 386 97 25.1 831 261 31.5

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
7,779 1,290 16.6 6,612 970 14.7 361 74 20.6 806 246 30.5
      Inside principal cities 3,624 713 19.7 3,008 510 16.9 171 44 25.9 445 159 35.8
      Outside principal cities 4,155 577 13.9 3,604 460 12.8 190 30 15.9 361 86 24.0
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 230 64 28.0 180 26 14.5 25 22 (B) 25 16 (B)

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
1,734 419 24.1 1,476 327 22.2 45 7 (B) 212 84 39.5
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,722 415 24.1 1,464 323 22.1 45 7 (B) 212 84 39.5
      Inside principal cities 797 275 34.5 656 211 32.2 11 5 (B) 131 59 45.2
      Outside principal cities 925 140 15.1 809 112 13.9 35 3 (B) 82 25 30.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 12 4 (B) 12 4 (B) 0 0 (X) 0 0 (X)
Midwest 1,088 231 21.2 977 172 17.6 31 14 (B) 80 46 56.9
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,055 223 21.1 944 164 17.4 31 14 (B) 80 46 56.8
      Inside principal cities 466 118 25.3 413 82 19.8 17 14 (B) 37 23 (B)
      Outside principal cities 589 105 17.9 531 82 15.5 14 0 (B) 43 23 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 33 8 (B) 33 8 (B) 0 0 (X) 0 0 (B)
South 1,932 295 15.3 1,639 211 12.9 144 49 34.1 149 35 23.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,819 259 14.2 1,549 197 12.7 122 27 22.0 149 35 23.3
      Inside principal cities 624 90 14.4 503 58 11.4 56 10 (B) 66 22 (B)
      Outside principal cities 1,195 169 14.1 1,046 140 13.3 66 16 (B) 83 13 15.4
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 113 36 32.2 90 14 15.5 22 22 (B) 0 0 (X)
West 3,254 409 12.6 2,699 285 10.6 166 27 16.1 389 97 25.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,182 393 12.4 2,655 285 10.7 163 27 16.3 364 81 22.3
      Inside principal cities 1,736 231 13.3 1,437 159 11.1 87 16 18.0 212 55 26.1
      Outside principal cities 1,447 163 11.3 1,218 126 10.3 76 11 14.4 153 26 17.1
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 72 16 (B) 44 0 (B) 3 0 (B) 25 16 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
419 88 21.0 364 73 20.1 6 3 (B) 49 12 (B)
Middle Atlantic 1,315 331 25.2 1,112 254 22.8 39 5 (B) 163 72 44.2
East North Central 887 198 22.3 793 143 18.0 24 12 (B) 70 43 (B)
West North Central 201 34 16.7 184 29 15.7 6 1 (B) 11 3 (B)
South Atlantic 998 145 14.6 866 108 12.4 57 20 (B) 76 18 23.8
East South Central 96 29 30.1 82 20 24.3 12 7 (B) 2 2 (B)
West South Central 838 121 14.4 692 84 12.1 75 22 29.8 71 15 (B)
Mountain 336 43 12.7 277 29 10.5 22 0 (B) 37 14 (B)
Pacific 2,918 367 12.6 2,422 256 10.6 144 27 18.5 352 84 23.8

Poverty Footnotes

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