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Cities in every state in the US with the most poor

Long before COVID-19 broke out, which left low-wage service workers unemployed and in debt, some cities in the United States suffered from severe income inequality. The richest districts are much richer than those at the bottom of the lists, struggling to end poverty for generations and create decent work opportunities. Edition Finance.Yahoo talked about the poorest cities in the United States.

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Data from the 2019 Census Bureau of American Communities Survey shows which cities are in the worst shape. Cities with less than 61 inhabitants were excluded from the analysis, excluding the states of Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

47. Alaska: Anchorage

  • Median Income: $ 82 (staff: $ 716)
  • Poverty rate: 10,1% (state: 10,1%)

46. ​​Hawaii: Urban-Honolulu

  • Median income: $ 72 (staff: $ 943)
  • Poverty rate: 9,4% (state: 9,3%)

45. New Hampshire: Manchester

  • Median income: $ 64 (staff: $ 162)
  • Poverty rate: 12,3% (state: 7,3%)

44. Maine: Portland

  • Median income: $ 61 (staff: $ 779)
  • Poverty rate: 12,0% (state: 10,9%)

43. Nebraska: Lincoln

  • Median income: $ 59 (staff: $ 228)
  • Poverty rate: 11,8% (state: 9,9%)

42. Idaho: Nampa

  • Median income: $ 57 (staff: $ 352)
  • Poverty rate: 7,8% (state: 11,2%)

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41. Utah: Provo

  • Median income: $ 53 (staff: $ 864)
  • Poverty rate: 24,7% (state: 8,9%)

40. Minnesota: St. Cloud

  • Median income: $ 53 (staff: $ 829)
  • Poverty rate: 18,2% (state: 9,0%)

39. North Dakota: Fargo

  • Median income: $ 52 (staff: $ 810)
  • Poverty rate: 16,1% (state: 10,6%)

38. South Dakota: Rapid City

  • Median income: $ 51 (staff: $ 296)
  • Poverty rate: 13,7% (state: 11,9%)

37. Oregon: Eugene

  • Median income: $ 51 (staff: $ 269)
  • Poverty rate: 17,3% (state: 11,4%)

36. Iowa: Iowa City

  • Median income: $ 50 (staff: $ 497)
  • Poverty rate: 25,9% (state: 11,2%)

35. Montana: Missoula

  • Median income: $ 50 (staff: $ 194)
  • Poverty rate: 13,8% (state: 12,6%)

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34. Maryland: Baltimore

  • Median income: $ 50 (staff: $ 177)
  • Poverty rate: 20,2% (state: 9,0%)

33. Rhode Island: Providence

  • Median income: $ 50 (staff: $ 097)
  • Poverty rate: 22,6% (state: 10,8%)

32. Delaware: Wilmington

  • Median income: $ 47 (staff: $ 722)
  • Poverty rate: 29,8% (state: 11,3%)

31 South Carolina: Columbia

  • Median income: $ 47 (staff: $ 386)
  • Poverty rate: 22,5% (state: 13,8%)

30. Oklahoma: Lawton

  • Median income: $ 46 (staff: $ 886)
  • Poverty rate: 20,4% (state: 15,2%)

29. Virginia: Roanoke

  • Median income: $ 45 (staff: $ 838)
  • Poverty rate: 20,6% (state: 9,9%)

28. Kansas: Kansas City

  • Median income: $ 45 (staff: $ 391)
  • Poverty rate: 22,2% (state: 11,4%)

27. New Mexico: Las Cruces

  • Median income: $ 45 (staff: $ 130)
  • Poverty rate: 22,2% (state: 18,2%)

26. Nevada: Sunrise Maner

  • Median income: $ 44 (staff: $ 422)
  • Poverty rate: 20,6% (state: 12,5%)

25. Arizona: Tucson

  • Median income: $ 44 (staff: $ 365)
  • Poverty rate: 19,1% (state: 13,5%)

24. Washington: Yakima

  • Median income: $ 44 (staff: $ 292)
  • Poverty rate: 20,3% (state: 9,8%)

23.North Carolina: Fayetteville

  • Median income: $ 43 (staff: $ 789)
  • Poverty rate: 19,3% (state: 13,6%)

22. Wisconsin: Racine

  • Median income: $ 43 (staff: $ 748)
  • Poverty rate: 20,4% (state: 10,4%)

21. Colorado: Pueblo

  • Median income: $ 43 (staff: $ 148)
  • Poverty rate: 22,9% (state: 9,3%)

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20. Kentucky: Bowling Green

  • Median income: $ 42 (staff: $ 164)
  • Poverty rate: 23,3% (state: 16,3%)

19. Illinois: Decatur

  • Median income: $ 41 (staff: $ 440)
  • Poverty rate: 24,4% (state: 11,5%)

18. Tennessee: Knoxville

  • Median income: $ 41388 (staff: $ 56)
  • Poverty rate: 21,8% (state: 13,9%)

17. Massachusetts: Fall River

  • Median income: $ 41 (staff: $ 346)
  • Poverty rate: 24,5% (state: 9,4%)

16. Arkansas: North Little Rock

  • Median income: $ 40 (staff: $ 870)
  • Poverty rate: 18,8% (state: 16,2%)

15. California: Hemet

  • Median income: $ 39 (staff: $ 653)
  • Poverty rate: 19,1% (state: 11,8%)

14. Florida: Gainesville

  • Median income: $ 39 (staff: $ 201)
  • Poverty rate: 26,1% (state: 12,7%)

13. Louisiana: Lake Charles

  • Median income: $ 37 (staff: $ 894)
  • Poverty rate: 26,7% (state: 19,0%)

12. Connecticut: Hartford

  • Median income: $ 36 (staff: $ 762)
  • Poverty rate: 27,1% (state: 10,0%)

11. Alabama: Birmingham

  • Median income: $ 36 (staff: $ 753)
  • Poverty rate: 25,2% (state: 15,5%)

10. Michigan: Flint

  • Median income: $ 32 (staff: $ 236)
  • Poverty rate: 32,6% (state: 13,0%)

9. Mississippi: Gulfport

  • Median income: $ 36 (staff: $ 013)
  • Poverty rate: 30,7% (state: 19,6%)

8. Missouri: Springfield

  • Median income: $ 35 (staff: $ 677)
  • Poverty rate: 20,9% (state: 12,9%)

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7. New Jersey: Camden

  • Median income: $ 33 (staff: $ 120)
  • Poverty rate: 28,6% (state: 9,2%)

6.New York: Rochester

  • Median income: $ 37 (staff: $ 711)
  • Poverty rate: 25,3% (state: 13,0%)

5. Pennsylvania: Erie

  • Median income: $ 35 (staff: $ 798)
  • Poverty rate: 28,5% (state: 12,0%)

4. Texas: Farr

  • Median income: $ 36 (staff: $ 342)
  • Poverty rate: 38,1% (state: 13,6%)

3. Georgia: Albany

  • Median income: $ 31 (staff: $ 397)
  • Poverty rate: 31,0% (state: 13,3%)

2. Indiana: Gary

  • Median income: $ 31 (staff: $ 341)
  • Poverty rate: 30,0% (state: 11,9%)

1. Ohio: Youngstown

  • Median income: $ 29 (staff: $ 143)
  • Poverty rate: 37,9% (state: 13,1%)

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