America's Poor – A Regional Look at Poverty in America

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on October 18, 2010

Mint, the personal finance site, put together this chart of regional poverty in America based on statistics recently released by the Census Bureau. In 2009, poverty among Americans reached its highest level in 51 years. The states hardest hit include Louisiana, Mississippi and District of Columbia. States with the lowest poverty statistics include, Wyoming, Hawaii, New Jersey and Minnesota. Roll over each state to see its poverty rate.”

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