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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 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 alone
 
People in families with related
  children under 18 years, total (9)
8,008 2,320 29.0 6,792 1,763 26.0 386 162 42.0 831 395 47.6

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
7,779 2,195 28.2 6,612 1,681 25.4 361 137 38.0 806 377 46.8
      Inside principal cities 3,624 1,156 31.9 3,008 845 28.1 171 73 42.7 445 238 53.5
      Outside principal cities 4,155 1,039 25.0 3,604 836 23.2 190 64 33.8 361 139 38.6
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 230 125 54.5 180 82 45.9 25 25 (B) 25 18 (B)

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
1,734 616 35.5 1,476 489 33.1 45 7 (B) 212 119 56.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,722 609 35.4 1,464 482 32.9 45 7 (B) 212 119 56.2
      Inside principal cities 797 393 49.3 656 306 46.6 11 5 (B) 131 82 63.0
      Outside principal cities 925 216 23.4 809 176 21.8 35 3 (B) 82 37 45.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 12 7 (B) 12 7 (B) 0 0 (X) 0 0 (X)
Midwest 1,088 363 33.4 977 297 30.4 31 15 (B) 80 51 63.8
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,055 345 32.7 944 279 29.5 31 15 (B) 80 51 63.8
      Inside principal cities 466 184 39.4 413 146 35.4 17 15 (B) 37 23 (B)
      Outside principal cities 589 161 27.4 531 133 25.0 14 0 (B) 43 28 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 33 18 (B) 33 18 (B) 0 0 (X) 0 0 (B)
South 1,932 513 26.6 1,639 359 21.9 144 88 61.3 149 66 44.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,819 441 24.2 1,549 309 20.0 122 66 54.2 149 66 44.2
      Inside principal cities 624 140 22.4 503 92 18.3 56 20 (B) 66 27 (B)
      Outside principal cities 1,195 301 25.2 1,046 217 20.8 66 45 (B) 83 38 46.1
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 113 72 63.8 90 50 54.9 22 22 (B) 0 0 (X)
West 3,254 828 25.4 2,699 618 22.9 166 51 31.0 389 159 40.8
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,182 800 25.1 2,655 610 23.0 163 49 29.8 364 141 38.7
      Inside principal cities 1,736 439 25.3 1,437 301 21.0 87 33 37.4 212 106 49.8
      Outside principal cities 1,447 361 24.9 1,218 309 25.4 76 16 21.0 153 35 23.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 72 28 (B) 44 8 (B) 3 3 (B) 25 18 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
419 141 33.6 364 107 29.4 6 3 (B) 49 31 (B)
Middle Atlantic 1,315 475 36.1 1,112 382 34.4 39 5 (B) 163 88 54.2
East North Central 887 304 34.3 793 245 30.8 24 12 (B) 70 47 (B)
West North Central 201 59 29.5 184 52 28.5 6 3 (B) 11 4 (B)
South Atlantic 998 245 24.6 866 168 19.4 57 33 (B) 76 44 58.5
East South Central 96 42 43.2 82 27 33.1 12 12 (B) 2 2 (B)
West South Central 838 226 27.0 692 164 23.8 75 43 56.7 71 19 (B)
Mountain 336 104 31.1 277 72 26.0 22 10 (B) 37 22 (B)
Pacific 2,918 724 24.8 2,422 546 22.5 144 41 28.4 352 137 38.9

Poverty Footnotes

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