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POV45: Region, Division and Type of Residence -- Poverty Status for 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)

  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 alone (12)
 
Families with related children
  under 18 years, total (13)
30,119 4,413 14.7 21,713 1,687 7.8 2,106 454 21.5 6,300 2,272 36.1

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
25,060 3,508 14.0 18,199 1,387 7.6 1,721 359 20.8 5,141 1,763 34.3
      Inside principal cities 8,292 1,553 18.7 5,563 600 10.8 629 137 21.8 2,101 816 38.8
      Outside principal cities 16,767 1,955 11.7 12,636 787 6.2 1,092 222 20.3 3,040 947 31.1
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 5,059 904 17.9 3,514 300 8.5 386 95 24.7 1,159 510 44.0

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
5,310 625 11.8 3,812 193 5.1 348 63 18.3 1,150 369 32.1
  Inside metro statistical areas 4,654 543 11.7 3,365 170 5.1 292 54 18.4 998 319 32.0
      Inside principal cities 1,049 234 22.3 622 64 10.3 69 18 (B) 358 152 42.5
      Outside principal cities 3,605 309 8.6 2,743 106 3.9 222 36 16.1 640 167 26.1
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 655 82 12.5 447 22 5.0 56 10 (B) 152 50 32.8
Midwest 6,919 907 13.1 4,980 266 5.3 545 125 23.0 1,395 516 37.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 5,171 613 11.8 3,765 183 4.9 410 88 21.4 997 342 34.4
      Inside principal cities 1,514 254 16.8 991 62 6.2 150 32 21.7 374 160 42.9
      Outside principal cities 3,657 358 9.8 2,774 121 4.4 260 55 21.2 623 182 29.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,748 295 16.9 1,215 84 6.9 135 38 27.8 398 174 43.7
South 10,638 1,709 16.1 7,732 697 9.0 677 159 23.5 2,229 853 38.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 8,671 1,308 15.1 6,353 551 8.7 539 118 21.8 1,780 639 35.9
      Inside principal cities 2,934 526 17.9 2,034 211 10.4 188 43 23.1 712 272 38.3
      Outside principal cities 5,737 781 13.6 4,319 341 7.9 351 74 21.2 1,068 366 34.3
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,967 401 20.4 1,379 146 10.6 138 41 29.7 449 215 47.8
West 7,252 1,171 16.1 5,190 531 10.2 536 106 19.8 1,526 534 35.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 6,563 1,045 15.9 4,717 483 10.2 480 99 20.7 1,366 462 33.8
      Inside principal cities 2,795 538 19.3 1,917 264 13.8 222 43 19.4 657 231 35.2
      Outside principal cities 3,767 506 13.4 2,799 219 7.8 259 57 21.9 709 231 32.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 689 126 18.3 473 48 10.2 56 7 (B) 160 71 44.6

Division (31)
 
New England
1,525 153 10.0 1,093 43 4.0 105 16 14.9 327 94 28.8
Middle Atlantic 3,785 472 12.5 2,719 149 5.5 243 48 19.7 823 275 33.4
East North Central 4,679 621 13.3 3,341 179 5.4 397 93 23.5 940 349 37.1
West North Central 2,241 286 12.8 1,639 87 5.3 148 32 21.5 454 167 36.8
South Atlantic 5,177 703 13.6 3,845 300 7.8 326 78 23.8 1,007 325 32.3
East South Central 1,730 305 17.7 1,232 95 7.7 114 32 27.8 384 178 46.4
West South Central 3,731 700 18.8 2,656 301 11.3 237 49 20.8 838 350 41.7
Mountain 2,402 413 17.2 1,748 179 10.2 149 35 23.2 505 200 39.6
Pacific 4,850 757 15.6 3,442 352 10.2 388 72 18.5 1,021 333 32.6

Poverty Footnotes

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