Alternative Measures of Income and Poverty Table of Contents

These data come from the CPS Annual Social and Economic Supplement, formerly called the March Supplement.
(2002 Income)

Table Number Title
Table 1 Income Distribution Measures, by Definition of Income: 2002 (Revised)
Table 2 Percent of People in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002 (Revised)
Table 2 Percent of People in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002-X1 (Revised)
Table 3 Percent of Families in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002 (Revised)
Table 3 Percent of Families in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002-X1 (Revised)
Table 4 Percent of Unrelated Individuals in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002 (Revised)
Table 4 Percent of Unrelated Individuals in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002-X1 (Revised)
Table 5 Mean Income Deficit of Families in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002 (Revised)
Table 5 Mean Income Deficit of Families in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002-X1 (Revised)
Table 6 Mean Income Deficit of Unrelated Individuals in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002 (Revised)
Table 6 Mean Income Deficit of Unrelated Individuals in Poverty, by Definition of Income and Selected Characteristics: 2002 (Revised)
Table 7 Income of Households from Specified Sources, by Poverty Status: 2002 (Revised)
Poverty Footnotes


Source: U.S. Census Bureau
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Last revised: July 14, 2004
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