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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 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)

Hispanic (any race) (12)
 
Families, total (10)
10,422 3,941 37.8 6,593 2,043 31.0 1,081 380 35.2 2,748 1,518 55.2

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
9,664 3,619 37.4 6,089 1,876 30.8 1,003 351 35.0 2,571 1,392 54.1
      Inside principal cities 4,974 2,036 40.9 2,924 991 33.9 557 206 37.0 1,493 840 56.2
      Outside principal cities 4,690 1,582 33.7 3,165 885 28.0 446 145 32.5 1,078 552 51.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 758 323 42.5 504 167 33.2 77 29 38.0 177 126 71.2

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
1,486 529 35.6 756 177 23.4 183 59 32.5 547 292 53.4
  Inside metro statistical areas 1,455 520 35.7 734 173 23.5 182 59 32.7 540 288 53.3
      Inside principal cities 828 331 40.0 376 109 29.0 96 32 33.3 355 190 53.5
      Outside principal cities 628 189 30.0 358 63 17.7 85 27 32.0 185 98 52.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 31 9 (B) 23 5 (B) 1 0 (B) 7 4 (B)
Midwest 807 319 39.6 491 163 33.2 131 49 37.4 184 107 58.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 712 286 40.2 427 146 34.2 119 42 35.6 166 97 58.7
      Inside principal cities 370 166 44.9 192 73 38.2 77 30 39.2 101 63 62.2
      Outside principal cities 342 120 35.0 235 73 31.1 42 12 (B) 65 34 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 95 33 35.4 64 17 (B) 13 7 (B) 18 10 (B)
South 3,974 1,507 37.9 2,630 809 30.8 343 120 34.9 1,002 578 57.7
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,596 1,334 37.1 2,387 723 30.3 301 104 34.5 908 507 55.9
      Inside principal cities 1,813 752 41.5 1,145 384 33.6 165 64 38.9 503 303 60.3
      Outside principal cities 1,783 583 32.7 1,241 339 27.3 136 40 29.3 405 204 50.4
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 378 173 45.7 243 86 35.5 41 16 (B) 94 71 75.9
West 4,155 1,586 38.2 2,716 893 32.9 424 152 35.9 1,015 540 53.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,901 1,478 37.9 2,541 834 32.8 402 145 36.2 957 499 52.2
      Inside principal cities 1,963 787 40.1 1,210 424 35.0 219 80 36.3 534 284 53.1
      Outside principal cities 1,937 691 35.7 1,331 410 30.8 183 66 36.0 423 216 51.0
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 255 108 42.3 175 60 34.2 22 7 (B) 58 41 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
250 108 43.4 109 25 22.7 33 14 (B) 107 70 65.1
Middle Atlantic 1,237 420 34.0 647 152 23.5 150 46 30.6 440 222 50.5
East North Central 608 228 37.5 377 124 32.8 101 35 34.3 129 70 53.8
West North Central 199 91 46.0 114 39 34.6 30 14 (B) 55 37 (B)
South Atlantic 1,476 473 32.0 1,006 275 27.4 134 46 34.5 335 151 45.1
East South Central 117 46 39.2 79 23 29.5 11 4 (B) 27 18 (B)
West South Central 2,381 988 41.5 1,544 511 33.1 197 69 35.0 640 409 63.9
Mountain 1,067 438 41.1 688 232 33.7 115 37 32.4 264 169 64.0
Pacific 3,088 1,148 37.2 2,028 661 32.6 309 115 37.2 751 371 49.4

Poverty Footnotes

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