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Annual Social and Economic (ASEC) Supplement


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POV44: Region, Division and Type of Residence -- Poverty Status for Families 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)

  Families (total) (10) Married-couple families (11) Families with a male householder, no wife present 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)

White A.O.I.C. (12)
 
Families, total (10)
65,012 6,133 9.4 50,734 2,740 5.4 4,272 637 14.9 10,006 2,756 27.5

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
53,186 4,798 9.0 41,382 2,165 5.2 3,561 512 14.4 8,243 2,120 25.7
      Inside principal cities 16,918 2,092 12.4 12,319 896 7.3 1,298 210 16.2 3,302 987 29.9
      Outside principal cities 36,268 2,706 7.5 29,064 1,270 4.4 2,264 302 13.3 4,941 1,134 22.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 11,826 1,335 11.3 9,352 575 6.1 711 125 17.6 1,763 635 36.0

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
11,746 884 7.5 9,027 344 3.8 794 92 11.6 1,924 448 23.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 10,235 767 7.5 7,834 291 3.7 693 82 11.8 1,708 394 23.0
      Inside principal cities 2,346 321 13.7 1,586 108 6.8 199 33 16.5 561 181 32.3
      Outside principal cities 7,889 445 5.6 6,248 184 2.9 495 49 9.9 1,147 213 18.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,510 118 7.8 1,193 52 4.4 101 11 10.4 216 55 25.4
Midwest 15,230 1,253 8.2 12,007 486 4.1 1,043 164 15.8 2,180 602 27.6
  Inside metro statistical areas 11,109 862 7.8 8,722 339 3.9 796 112 14.0 1,591 412 25.9
      Inside principal cities 3,115 367 11.8 2,242 129 5.8 277 42 15.0 596 196 33.0
      Outside principal cities 7,994 495 6.2 6,480 210 3.2 518 70 13.5 995 216 21.7
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 4,121 390 9.5 3,285 148 4.5 247 53 21.4 589 190 32.3
South 23,373 2,470 10.6 18,437 1,176 6.4 1,385 222 16.0 3,551 1,072 30.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 18,765 1,831 9.8 14,830 890 6.0 1,107 170 15.4 2,829 771 27.3
      Inside principal cities 5,969 725 12.1 4,491 323 7.2 388 71 18.3 1,090 331 30.4
      Outside principal cities 12,796 1,106 8.6 10,339 567 5.5 719 99 13.8 1,738 440 25.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 4,608 639 13.9 3,607 286 7.9 278 52 18.6 723 301 41.7
West 14,663 1,525 10.4 11,264 733 6.5 1,049 159 15.2 2,350 633 26.9
  Inside metro statistical areas 13,077 1,338 10.2 9,996 645 6.5 965 149 15.4 2,116 544 25.7
      Inside principal cities 5,488 678 12.4 4,000 336 8.4 433 64 14.9 1,056 278 26.4
      Outside principal cities 7,588 659 8.7 5,997 309 5.2 532 85 15.9 1,060 265 25.0
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,586 188 11.8 1,267 88 7.0 84 10 12.1 235 89 38.0

Division (31)
 
New England
3,411 210 6.2 2,650 74 2.8 226 21 9.3 535 115 21.5
Middle Atlantic 8,334 674 8.1 6,377 270 4.2 568 71 12.5 1,389 333 24.0
East North Central 10,371 876 8.4 8,084 333 4.1 769 125 16.2 1,518 419 27.6
West North Central 4,859 377 7.8 3,923 154 3.9 274 40 14.5 662 183 27.7
South Atlantic 11,801 1,071 9.1 9,476 548 5.8 672 110 16.4 1,652 412 25.0
East South Central 3,914 455 11.6 3,088 186 6.0 222 35 15.8 604 234 38.7
West South Central 7,659 944 12.3 5,872 442 7.5 491 76 15.5 1,296 426 32.9
Mountain 5,031 538 10.7 3,930 245 6.2 313 54 17.2 788 239 30.4
Pacific 9,632 987 10.2 7,333 488 6.7 736 106 14.3 1,562 393 25.2

Poverty Footnotes

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