2015 Poverty Rate in USA.
14% of the US Population were in Poverty in 2015, according to a report at the Kaiser Family Foundation
However, this rate varied on various factors including race, and State of Residence, ranging between 4% and 46%.
4% of Whites in the District of Columbia were in Poverty
17% of Whites in Kentucky were in Poverty
46% of Blacks in Nebraska were in Poverty
17% of Blacks in Maryland were in Poverty
42% of Hispanic in Kentucky were in Poverty
15% of Hispanic in Washington were in Poverty
The average in Poverty in all of the US was 14%, with race breakdowns showing a range between 9% and 24%:
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