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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 150% of poverty (5) Percentage below 150% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 150% of poverty (5) Percentage below 150% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 150% of poverty (5) Percentage below 150% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 150% of poverty (5) Percentage below 150% of poverty (6)

Asian alone
 
People in families with related
  children under 18 years, total (9)
8,008 1,709 21.3 6,792 1,274 18.8 386 133 34.5 831 302 36.3

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
7,779 1,602 20.6 6,612 1,207 18.3 361 110 30.6 806 285 35.3
      Inside principal cities 3,624 885 24.4 3,008 635 21.1 171 58 33.9 445 192 43.2
      Outside principal cities 4,155 717 17.2 3,604 572 15.9 190 52 27.5 361 92 25.6
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 230 107 46.5 180 67 37.1 25 23 (B) 25 17 (B)

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
1,734 487 28.1 1,476 393 26.6 45 7 (B) 212 87 41.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,722 481 27.9 1,464 386 26.4 45 7 (B) 212 87 41.0
      Inside principal cities 797 340 42.7 656 273 41.7 11 5 (B) 131 62 47.7
      Outside principal cities 925 141 15.2 809 113 14.0 35 3 (B) 82 25 30.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 12 6 (B) 12 6 (B) 0 0 (X) 0 0 (X)
Midwest 1,088 293 26.9 977 229 23.4 31 14 (B) 80 50 62.9
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,055 277 26.3 944 213 22.6 31 14 (B) 80 50 62.8
      Inside principal cities 466 148 31.7 413 112 27.1 17 14 (B) 37 23 (B)
      Outside principal cities 589 129 21.9 531 102 19.1 14 0 (B) 43 28 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 33 16 (B) 33 16 (B) 0 0 (X) 0 0 (B)
South 1,932 399 20.6 1,639 283 17.3 144 76 53.0 149 39 26.5
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,819 332 18.2 1,549 238 15.4 122 54 44.4 149 39 26.5
      Inside principal cities 624 108 17.3 503 61 12.1 56 20 (B) 66 27 (B)
      Outside principal cities 1,195 224 18.8 1,046 178 17.0 66 34 (B) 83 13 15.4
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 113 67 59.3 90 45 49.3 22 22 (B) 0 0 (X)
West 3,254 530 16.3 2,699 369 13.7 166 36 21.7 389 124 32.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,182 512 16.1 2,655 369 13.9 163 35 21.6 364 108 29.5
      Inside principal cities 1,736 290 16.7 1,437 190 13.2 87 19 22.1 212 80 38.0
      Outside principal cities 1,447 223 15.4 1,218 180 14.7 76 16 21.0 153 27 17.8
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 72 18 (B) 44 0 (B) 3 1 (B) 25 17 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
419 106 25.4 364 92 25.2 6 3 (B) 49 12 (B)
Middle Atlantic 1,315 381 29.0 1,112 301 27.0 39 5 (B) 163 75 46.2
East North Central 887 246 27.7 793 187 23.5 24 12 (B) 70 47 (B)
West North Central 201 47 23.3 184 42 23.0 6 1 (B) 11 3 (B)
South Atlantic 998 188 18.8 866 138 15.9 57 32 (B) 76 18 23.8
East South Central 96 37 38.6 82 23 27.7 12 12 (B) 2 2 (B)
West South Central 838 174 20.8 692 122 17.7 75 32 43.2 71 19 (B)
Mountain 336 59 17.5 277 36 12.9 22 5 (B) 37 18 (B)
Pacific 2,918 471 16.1 2,422 334 13.8 144 31 21.8 352 106 30.1

Poverty Footnotes

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