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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 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 175% of poverty (5) Percentage below 175% of poverty (6)

White alone, not Hispanic (12)
 
Families with related children
  under 18 years, total (13)
23,580 5,299 22.5 17,582 2,353 13.4 1,550 599 38.7 4,449 2,347 52.8

Residence and Region (31)

United States:
 
  Inside metro statistical areas
18,979 3,801 20.0 14,368 1,702 11.8 1,208 440 36.4 3,403 1,659 48.8
      Inside principal cities 5,126 1,183 23.1 3,706 491 13.3 339 121 35.6 1,081 571 52.9
      Outside principal cities 13,852 2,618 18.9 10,662 1,211 11.4 869 319 36.7 2,322 1,088 46.8
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 4,601 1,498 32.6 3,214 650 20.2 342 159 46.6 1,046 688 65.8

Residence and Region (31)
 
Northeast
4,471 815 18.2 3,414 347 10.2 269 90 33.5 788 377 47.8
  Inside metro statistical areas 3,840 644 16.8 2,983 282 9.4 214 66 30.7 642 297 46.2
      Inside principal cities 589 146 24.7 439 64 14.5 29 7 (B) 120 75 62.0
      Outside principal cities 3,251 498 15.3 2,544 218 8.6 185 58 31.6 522 222 42.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 632 171 27.0 431 66 15.3 55 25 (B) 146 80 55.0
Midwest 6,399 1,560 24.4 4,657 629 13.5 467 197 42.2 1,275 734 57.6
  Inside metro statistical areas 4,711 1,013 21.5 3,485 400 11.5 338 142 41.9 888 472 53.1
      Inside principal cities 1,274 350 27.5 862 114 13.2 103 49 47.8 310 187 60.4
      Outside principal cities 3,436 663 19.3 2,623 286 10.9 235 92 39.3 578 285 49.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,689 547 32.4 1,173 230 19.6 129 56 43.1 387 262 67.7
South 8,152 2,018 24.8 6,085 951 15.6 514 214 41.7 1,553 853 54.9
  Inside metro statistical areas 6,403 1,393 21.8 4,848 664 13.7 396 149 37.6 1,159 581 50.1
      Inside principal cities 1,760 386 21.9 1,283 165 12.8 113 42 36.8 364 180 49.4
      Outside principal cities 4,643 1,007 21.7 3,565 499 14.0 283 107 37.9 795 401 50.5
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 1,748 625 35.7 1,237 287 23.2 118 66 55.8 394 272 69.1
West 4,557 906 19.9 3,425 425 12.4 299 97 32.4 833 383 46.0
  Inside metro statistical areas 4,025 751 18.7 3,052 357 11.7 259 84 32.3 714 310 43.4
      Inside principal cities 1,502 302 20.1 1,122 149 13.3 93 23 24.2 287 130 45.2
      Outside principal cities 2,523 449 17.8 1,930 208 10.8 166 61 36.9 427 180 42.2
  Outside metro statistical areas (35) 532 155 29.1 373 68 18.3 40 13 (B) 119 74 61.7

Division (31)
 
New England
1,386 233 16.8 1,039 88 8.5 92 26 28.6 255 119 46.5
Middle Atlantic 3,085 582 18.9 2,375 260 10.9 178 64 36.1 533 258 48.4
East North Central 4,295 1,076 25.0 3,095 433 14.0 339 148 43.7 860 494 57.5
West North Central 2,105 484 23.0 1,562 196 12.5 128 49 38.4 414 239 57.8
South Atlantic 4,342 1,001 23.0 3,272 469 14.3 269 125 46.4 801 406 50.7
East South Central 1,652 538 32.6 1,176 252 21.4 108 47 43.9 368 239 65.0
West South Central 2,158 479 22.2 1,637 229 14.0 137 42 30.8 384 208 54.1
Mountain 1,716 374 21.8 1,326 186 14.0 78 18 22.6 312 171 54.8
Pacific 2,841 532 18.7 2,099 240 11.4 221 79 35.9 521 212 40.8

Poverty Footnotes

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