Maps (by year) show poverty/extreme poverty areas in Illinois by census tract and township (2016 map includes county).
- 2017-latest available data: census tract, township
- 2016: county, township
Spreadsheets (by year) include: total population, population age 5 and under, number and percent of people living at <50% and <100% FPL, and poverty/extreme poverty area designation.
- 2016-latest available data: all geographies
Poverty areas: A poverty area is an area in which less than 20% of the population is living below 100% of the federal poverty level. An extreme poverty area is an area in which less than 40% of the population is living below 100% of the federal poverty level. Definition source: U.S. Census Bureau
Source of data: Calculation based on data from U.S. Census Bureau.
Note: For data and maps earlier than 2016, contact IECAM.