Half In Ten Also Gives Option to View Poverty Data by Congressional District

On the heels of our post about KIDS COUNT data on child poverty, the Half in Ten Campaign has also issued an interactive breakdown of the number of people in poverty in each Congressional District in the country.  The data shows the number in poverty and in child poverty, and shows whether the change in poverty is statistically significant.  Additional information includes the number of women, African Americans, and Latinos living in poverty in each district.


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