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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 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 with related children
  under 18 years, total (13)
23,580 3,508 14.9 17,582 1,311 7.5 1,550 409 26.4 4,449 1,787 40.2

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
18,979 2,475 13.0 14,368 932 6.5 1,208 297 24.6 3,403 1,246 36.6
      Inside principal cities 5,126 785 15.3 3,706 265 7.2 339 84 24.8 1,081 436 40.3
      Outside principal cities 13,852 1,690 12.2 10,662 667 6.3 869 213 24.5 2,322 810 34.9
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 4,601 1,033 22.4 3,214 380 11.8 342 112 32.9 1,046 541 51.7

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
4,471 518 11.6 3,414 193 5.7 269 57 21.3 788 267 33.9
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,840 419 10.9 2,983 161 5.4 214 46 21.6 642 212 33.1
      Inside principal cities 589 102 17.4 439 38 8.7 29 7 (B) 120 57 47.5
      Outside principal cities 3,251 317 9.8 2,544 123 4.8 185 39 21.2 522 155 29.7
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 632 98 15.6 431 32 7.5 55 11 (B) 146 55 37.4
Midwest 6,399 1,041 16.3 4,657 327 7.0 467 145 31.0 1,275 569 44.6
  Inside metro statistical areas 4,711 663 14.1 3,485 202 5.8 338 102 30.2 888 359 40.4
      Inside principal cities 1,274 238 18.6 862 52 6.1 103 32 30.9 310 154 49.6
      Outside principal cities 3,436 425 12.4 2,623 150 5.7 235 70 29.8 578 206 35.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,689 378 22.4 1,173 125 10.6 129 43 33.2 387 210 54.2
South 8,152 1,371 16.8 6,085 552 9.1 514 147 28.6 1,553 672 43.3
  Inside metro statistical areas 6,403 922 14.4 4,848 370 7.6 396 97 24.4 1,159 456 39.3
      Inside principal cities 1,760 256 14.5 1,283 91 7.1 113 30 26.0 364 136 37.3
      Outside principal cities 4,643 666 14.3 3,565 279 7.8 283 67 23.7 795 320 40.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,748 449 25.7 1,237 182 14.7 118 50 42.8 394 216 54.9
West 4,557 579 12.7 3,425 239 7.0 299 60 20.1 833 279 33.6
  Inside metro statistical areas 4,025 471 11.7 3,052 199 6.5 259 52 20.1 714 219 30.7
      Inside principal cities 1,502 190 12.6 1,122 84 7.5 93 16 17.0 287 89 31.2
      Outside principal cities 2,523 281 11.1 1,930 115 6.0 166 36 21.9 427 130 30.4
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 532 108 20.3 373 40 10.7 40 8 (B) 119 60 50.5

Division (31)
 
New England
1,386 155 11.2 1,039 51 4.9 92 18 19.8 255 86 33.6
Middle Atlantic 3,085 363 11.8 2,375 142 6.0 178 39 22.1 533 181 34.0
East North Central 4,295 707 16.5 3,095 205 6.6 339 112 33.1 860 390 45.3
West North Central 2,105 334 15.9 1,562 122 7.8 128 33 25.3 414 179 43.3
South Atlantic 4,342 664 15.3 3,272 267 8.2 269 81 30.0 801 316 39.5
East South Central 1,652 387 23.4 1,176 151 12.8 108 38 35.3 368 198 53.7
West South Central 2,158 320 14.8 1,637 134 8.2 137 28 20.5 384 158 41.2
Mountain 1,716 251 14.6 1,326 101 7.6 78 13 16.8 312 137 43.8
Pacific 2,841 328 11.6 2,099 138 6.6 221 47 21.3 521 143 27.4

Poverty Footnotes

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