The estimates in this report are based on the 2002 Current Population Survey (CPS) Annual Demographic Supplement, conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. Respondents provide answers to the best of their ability, but as with all surveys, the estimates may differ from the actual values. A copy of the CPS Supplement questionnaire is available electronically.
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Poverty in the United States: 2001
This illustrates how official poverty rates vary by characteristics age, race, Hispanic origin, nativity, family composition, work experience, and geography.
Family Income Up 6 Percent Since 1954 (Advance data)
Number of families by family income and distribution of families and unrelated individuals by total money income, for the United States, urban and rural.
Income in the United States: 2002
This report examines annual changes in income and earnings and compares these changes with historical trends.