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The Effects of Taxes and Transfers on Income and Poverty in the United States: 2005 - Tables

Tables

  • Table 1. Median Income of Households by Income Definition: 2005 [XLS – 12k] [PDF – 16k]
  • Table 2. Median Household Income by Selected Characteristics and Income Definition: 2005 [XLS – 14k] [PDF – 16k]
  • Table 3. Share of Aggregate Household Income by Quintile and Gini Index: 2005 [XLS – 14k] [PDF – 8k]
  • Table 4. People With Income Below the Three-Parameter Thresholds by Selected Characteristics and Income Definitions: 2005 [XLS – 18k] [PDF – 20k]
  • Table 5. The Percentage of People Below the Three-Parameter Threshold by Selected Characteristics and Income Definitions: 2005 [XLS – 12k] [PDF – 20k]
  • Table 6. People and Families With Income Below Specified Ratios of Their Three-Parameter Thresholds, by Selected Characteristics: 2005 [XLS – 13k] [PDF – 20k]
  • Table A-1. Median Income of Households by Selected Characteristics and Income Definition: 2004 and 2005 [XLS – 12k] [PDF – 16k]
  • Table A-2. Number and Percentage of People With Alternative Definition of Income Below the Three-Parameter Poverty Thresholds by Selected Characteristic: 2004 and 2005 [XLS – 14k] [PDF – 16k]
  • Table B-1. Official Poverty thresholds and Three-Parameter Scaled Thresholds Used in Alternative Poverty Estimates: 2005 [XLS – 18k] [PDF – 20k]

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division: Poverty |  Last Revised: September 16, 2010