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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 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)

White alone, not Hispanic (12)
 
Families, total (10)
54,461 5,443 10.0 43,966 2,628 6.0 3,200 580 18.1 7,294 2,235 30.6

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
43,508 3,826 8.8 35,192 1,839 5.2 2,577 426 16.5 5,739 1,561 27.2
      Inside principal cities 12,027 1,238 10.3 9,399 571 6.1 764 121 15.8 1,865 546 29.3
      Outside principal cities 31,481 2,588 8.2 25,794 1,268 4.9 1,813 305 16.8 3,874 1,015 26.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 10,953 1,617 14.8 8,774 789 9.0 624 155 24.8 1,555 674 43.3

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
10,328 831 8.0 8,291 404 4.9 617 82 13.3 1,419 344 24.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 8,859 674 7.6 7,128 330 4.6 519 67 12.9 1,213 278 22.9
      Inside principal cities 1,609 193 12.0 1,248 97 7.8 115 16 13.9 246 80 32.5
      Outside principal cities 7,250 481 6.6 5,879 232 4.0 404 51 12.6 967 198 20.4
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,469 157 10.7 1,164 74 6.4 99 16 15.7 206 67 32.4
Midwest 14,339 1,501 10.5 11,467 640 5.6 902 197 21.9 1,970 664 33.7
  Inside metro statistical areas 10,342 965 9.3 8,266 404 4.9 671 133 19.8 1,404 428 30.5
      Inside principal cities 2,718 339 12.5 2,038 122 6.0 199 38 19.0 481 179 37.3
      Outside principal cities 7,624 626 8.2 6,228 282 4.5 472 95 20.1 924 248 26.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 3,997 536 13.4 3,201 236 7.4 231 64 27.9 566 236 41.7
South 19,304 2,253 11.7 15,710 1,163 7.4 1,041 205 19.7 2,553 885 34.7
  Inside metro statistical areas 15,120 1,500 9.9 12,372 772 6.2 808 140 17.4 1,939 588 30.3
      Inside principal cities 4,156 420 10.1 3,329 210 6.3 229 42 18.1 598 169 28.3
      Outside principal cities 10,963 1,080 9.9 9,044 562 6.2 579 99 17.1 1,341 419 31.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 4,185 753 18.0 3,337 391 11.7 233 65 27.7 615 297 48.4
West 10,490 859 8.2 8,498 421 5.0 640 96 15.0 1,351 342 25.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 9,188 687 7.5 7,427 334 4.5 578 85 14.8 1,183 268 22.7
      Inside principal cities 3,544 286 8.1 2,784 142 5.1 220 25 11.4 540 118 21.9
      Outside principal cities 5,643 401 7.1 4,643 191 4.1 358 60 16.9 643 150 23.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,302 172 13.2 1,072 87 8.2 62 11 (B) 168 74 43.7

Division (31)
 
New England
3,162 218 6.9 2,533 93 3.7 194 21 10.8 435 104 24.0
Middle Atlantic 7,166 613 8.6 5,758 311 5.4 423 61 14.5 984 240 24.4
East North Central 9,702 1,036 10.7 7,675 417 5.4 661 152 23.1 1,367 467 34.1
West North Central 4,637 465 10.0 3,792 223 5.9 242 45 18.6 603 197 32.7
South Atlantic 10,333 1,120 10.8 8,464 588 6.9 543 112 20.6 1,326 420 31.7
East South Central 3,784 620 16.4 2,998 303 10.1 210 51 24.0 576 266 46.3
West South Central 5,187 513 9.9 4,248 271 6.4 288 43 14.8 651 199 30.6
Mountain 3,956 361 9.1 3,229 169 5.2 201 30 14.8 525 162 30.9
Pacific 6,534 498 7.6 5,269 252 4.8 439 66 15.1 826 179 21.7

Poverty Footnotes

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