Median household income, inflated to 2010 dollars. Half of incomes are below the median and half are above.
The estimated number of people with incomes below the poverty line, as a percentage of those for whom poverty status has been determined. Poverty thresholds vary by family composition and year. In 2010, the threshold for a four–person family was $22,050.
The estimated proportion of people in various racial and ethnic groups with incomes below the poverty line. Poverty thresholds vary by family composition and year. In 2010, the threshold for a four–person family was $22,050.
The percentage of children in subsidized child care, expressed as a rate of all children under 13.
The average number of people of all ages receiving public assistance each month, per 1,000 residents. This includes both major welfare programs: Family Assistance and Safety Net. Safety Net covers single adults, children living without their parents, and others not eligible for Family Assistance.
The average number of children receiving public assistance each month per 1,000 children under 18.
The average number of people receiving food stamps each month, expressed as a rate per 1,000 residents.
The percentage of people enrolled in Medicaid, the government–funded health insurance program for the poor and disabled.
The number of students eligible for free or reduced price school lunches as a percentage of all students in full day prekindergarten through 12th grade. Students are eligible for free lunch if their family's income is at or below 130% of the national poverty level.
The number of meals served by any organization that receives food from a food bank, presented as a rate per resident. This includes a range of organizations from food pantries to emergency shelters to soup kitchens.
The number of people receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI), per 1,000 residents.