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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)

Hispanic (any race) (12)
 
Families with related children
  under 18 years, total (13)
7,058 2,004 28.4 4,397 876 19.9 606 183 30.2 2,055 945 46.0

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
6,555 1,851 28.2 4,069 810 19.9 557 171 30.6 1,929 870 45.1
      Inside principal cities 3,414 1,079 31.6 1,972 444 22.5 315 99 31.3 1,127 536 47.5
      Outside principal cities 3,141 772 24.6 2,097 365 17.4 242 72 29.7 802 335 41.7
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 502 154 30.6 328 66 20.2 48 12 (B) 125 75 59.9

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
969 275 28.3 455 63 13.9 91 22 24.6 423 189 44.7
  Inside metro statistical areas 945 269 28.5 439 62 14.0 89 22 24.9 417 185 44.4
      Inside principal cities 537 179 33.3 215 38 17.7 50 16 (B) 273 125 45.7
      Outside principal cities 408 90 22.1 224 24 10.5 39 6 (B) 144 61 41.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 23 6 (B) 16 1 (B) 1 0 (B) 6 4 (B)
Midwest 556 172 31.0 342 69 20.3 80 31 38.3 133 72 54.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 492 154 31.2 298 61 20.4 74 28 (B) 120 65 54.0
      Inside principal cities 255 90 35.3 134 31 22.8 49 21 (B) 71 39 (B)
      Outside principal cities 238 64 26.8 164 30 18.3 25 7 (B) 48 26 (B)
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 64 19 (B) 44 9 (B) 6 3 (B) 13 8 (B)
South 2,609 743 28.5 1,715 349 20.4 169 53 31.1 725 341 47.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 2,366 668 28.2 1,555 317 20.4 147 48 32.8 665 302 45.5
      Inside principal cities 1,226 375 30.6 780 163 20.8 77 25 32.5 369 188 50.9
      Outside principal cities 1,140 292 25.6 775 155 20.0 70 23 (B) 295 114 38.7
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 243 75 31.0 160 32 20.0 22 4 (B) 60 39 (B)
West 2,924 814 27.8 1,885 394 20.9 266 77 29.0 774 343 44.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 2,752 760 27.6 1,776 370 20.8 247 72 29.2 728 318 43.7
      Inside principal cities 1,396 435 31.1 844 213 25.3 139 37 26.4 414 185 44.7
      Outside principal cities 1,355 326 24.0 933 157 16.8 108 35 32.8 314 134 42.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 173 54 31.3 108 24 22.4 19 5 (B) 46 25 (B)

Division (31)
 
New England
163 55 33.7 60 10 (B) 17 4 (B) 86 40 46.7
Middle Atlantic 805 220 27.3 395 53 13.3 73 18 (B) 337 149 44.3
East North Central 408 124 30.3 259 55 21.1 60 21 (B) 89 48 53.6
West North Central 148 49 32.9 84 15 17.8 21 10 (B) 44 24 (B)
South Atlantic 893 228 25.5 605 120 19.8 60 23 (B) 228 86 37.5
East South Central 90 29 32.3 59 9 (B) 7 3 (B) 25 17 (B)
West South Central 1,626 486 29.9 1,051 221 21.0 102 27 26.2 473 238 50.4
Mountain 733 242 33.1 444 109 24.6 75 25 (B) 214 108 50.5
Pacific 2,192 572 26.1 1,441 285 19.8 191 52 27.3 560 235 41.9

Poverty Footnotes

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