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U.S. poverty rates, income measures improved in 2016

Tuesday, September 12, 2017  
Posted by: Lauren Husein
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"Median household income in the United States is up for the second consecutive year, rising to possibly the highest level ever recorded, according to new numbers released by the U.S. Census today.
The national poverty rate in 2016 was back to a pre-recession level for the first time with 12.7 percent of the population — 40.6 million people — living in poverty. That’s 2.5 million fewer than in 2015...."


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