Deep Poverty (Below 50%) in Virginia
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Deep Poverty (Below 50%)
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In 2018, the U.S. Census Bureau defined the poverty level as a combined annual income of $25,700 for a family of four. 50% of the Federal Poverty Level for a family of four is half the amount of the poverty level ($12,850 for a family of four in 2017).
This indicator represents children ages 0-17 below 50% FPL.
The percent reflects the total number of children below 50% FPL of the total number of children 0-17 in that locality.
Data Source: American Community Survey 5 year estimate. Table B17024.
Footnotes: Last Updated: January 2020