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Poverty level numbers are provided for:

  • Number of Related Children 5 and under 5 that are below 100% of the Poverty Level in 1999
  • Number of Related Children 5 and under 5 that are below 130% of the Poverty Level in 1999
  • Number of Related Children 5 and under 5 that are below 185% of the Poverty Level in 1999
  • Number of Related Children 5 and under 5 that are below 200% of the Poverty Level in 1999

Source of data: for 1 (100%) and 3 (185%):

  • U. S. Census Bureau. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) – Sample Data. PCT144. AGE BY RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL [144] – Universe: Population

Source of data: for 2 (130%):

  • American Community Survey, table B17002. RATIO OF INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS TO POVERTY LEVEL – Universe: POPULATION FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
  • Census 2000, table P88. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL [10] – Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined
  • Census 2000, table PCT50. AGE BY RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO

Source of data: for 4 (200%):

  • American Community Survey, table B17002. RATIO OF INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS TO POVERTY LEVEL – Universe: POPULATION FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
  • Census 2000, table P88. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL [10] – Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined
  • Census 2000, table PCT50. AGE BY RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL [144] – Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined

Date of data: 2000

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