Poverty by neighborhood in District of Columbia
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Poverty by neighborhood
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Definitions: (Percent) Percent of residents living below 100% of the federal poverty level.
U.S. Census Bureau, 2010-2015 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
Last Updated January 2017
DC has 39 neighborhood clusters, which vary in size and shape. To ensure accuracy in our estimates, DC KIDS COUNT used block-level population data from the 2010 Census to construct population weights for data at the block-group and census-tract levels. At the neighborhood level, these data represent close estimations.
Because neighborhood boundaries may not align exactly with block groups, some areas lie outside the neighborhood cluster boundaries. These data are reported as non-cluster areas.
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