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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, not Hispanic (12)
 
Families with related children
  under 18 years, total (13)
23,580 2,553 10.8 17,582 854 4.9 1,550 286 18.5 4,449 1,412 31.7

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
18,979 1,785 9.4 14,368 615 4.3 1,208 201 16.6 3,403 970 28.5
      Inside principal cities 5,126 550 10.7 3,706 177 4.8 339 47 14.0 1,081 326 30.2
      Outside principal cities 13,852 1,235 8.9 10,662 438 4.1 869 153 17.7 2,322 644 27.7
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 4,601 767 16.7 3,214 240 7.5 342 86 25.1 1,046 442 42.3

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
4,471 384 8.6 3,414 134 3.9 269 45 16.5 788 206 26.2
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,840 308 8.0 2,983 113 3.8 214 35 16.2 642 160 25.0
      Inside principal cities 589 76 13.0 439 29 6.6 29 5 (B) 120 42 35.2
      Outside principal cities 3,251 231 7.1 2,544 83 3.3 185 30 16.1 522 118 22.6
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 632 77 12.1 431 21 4.9 55 10 (B) 146 46 31.3
Midwest 6,399 748 11.7 4,657 199 4.3 467 97 20.8 1,275 452 35.4
  Inside metro statistical areas 4,711 467 9.9 3,485 122 3.5 338 62 18.3 888 283 31.9
      Inside principal cities 1,274 170 13.3 862 31 3.6 103 14 13.8 310 124 40.2
      Outside principal cities 3,436 298 8.7 2,623 91 3.5 235 48 20.3 578 159 27.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,689 280 16.6 1,173 77 6.5 129 35 27.2 387 169 43.6
South 8,152 1,005 12.3 6,085 364 6.0 514 108 21.1 1,553 532 34.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 6,403 670 10.5 4,848 246 5.1 396 72 18.1 1,159 353 30.4
      Inside principal cities 1,760 167 9.5 1,283 56 4.4 113 19 16.6 364 92 25.4
      Outside principal cities 4,643 503 10.8 3,565 190 5.3 283 53 18.7 795 260 32.8
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,748 334 19.1 1,237 118 9.5 118 37 31.1 394 180 45.6
West 4,557 416 9.1 3,425 158 4.6 299 36 12.2 833 222 26.6
  Inside metro statistical areas 4,025 340 8.4 3,052 134 4.4 259 32 12.4 714 174 24.3
      Inside principal cities 1,502 137 9.1 1,122 60 5.4 93 9 10.0 287 67 23.4
      Outside principal cities 2,523 203 8.0 1,930 74 3.8 166 23 13.8 427 106 24.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 532 76 14.3 373 24 6.4 40 4 (B) 119 48 40.4

Division (31)
 
New England
1,386 111 8.0 1,039 34 3.3 92 13 14.0 255 64 25.1
Middle Atlantic 3,085 273 8.8 2,375 99 4.2 178 32 17.8 533 142 26.6
East North Central 4,295 506 11.8 3,095 126 4.1 339 73 21.7 860 307 35.7
West North Central 2,105 242 11.5 1,562 73 4.7 128 24 18.4 414 145 34.9
South Atlantic 4,342 496 11.4 3,272 191 5.8 269 57 21.2 801 248 31.0
East South Central 1,652 280 16.9 1,176 87 7.4 108 29 26.7 368 164 44.6
West South Central 2,158 229 10.6 1,637 86 5.3 137 23 16.6 384 120 31.2
Mountain 1,716 187 10.9 1,326 72 5.4 78 12 15.4 312 103 32.9
Pacific 2,841 229 8.1 2,099 86 4.1 221 24 11.0 521 119 22.9

Poverty Footnotes

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