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Poverty Rate

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Description

Percent of the population below the federal poverty level, 2002.

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24% - Tulare County: 22.5% Imperial County: 21.9% Del Norte County: 21.1% Fresno County: 21.0% Madera County: 20.5% Kings County: 19.6% Merced County: 18.8% Kern County: 18.3% Yuba County: 17.8% Los Angeles County: 17.3% Lassen County: 16.9% Modoc County: 16.9% Butte County: 16.4% Tehama County: 16.3% Trinity County: 16.1% Lake County: 15.8% San Bernardino County: 15.7% Alpine County: 15.6% Siskiyou County: 15.6% Humboldt County: 15.5% Glenn County: 15.4% Mendocino County: 14.6% San Joaquin County: 14.2% Stanislaus County: 13.8% Shasta County: 13.4% California State Average: 13.3% Monterey County: 13.3% Colusa County: 13.2% Sutter County: 13.0% Riverside County: 12.9% Sacramento County: 12.7% Santa Barbara County: 12.4% Tuolumne County: 12.1% Mariposa County: 11.7% Yolo County: 11.3% San Diego County: 10.9% San Francisco County: 10.7% San Luis Obispo County: 10.7% Santa Cruz County: 10.6% Orange County: 10.2% Inyo County: 9.9% Plumas County: 9.8% Alameda County: 9.7% Calaveras County: 9.7% Sierra County: 9.7% Amador County: 9.4% Ventura County: 9.0% San Benito County: 8.8% Mono County: 8.1% Solano County: 7.9% Santa Clara County: 7.8% Nevada County: 7.6% Sonoma County: 7.5% El Dorado County: 7.1% Napa County: 7.0% Marin County: 6.8% Contra Costa County: 6.7% San Mateo County: 5.9% Placer County: 5.5%  
18% -
12% -
6% -
 

Tulare County

Imperial County

Del Norte County

Fresno County

Madera County

Kings County

Merced County

Kern County

Yuba County

Los Angeles County

Lassen County

Modoc County

Butte County

Tehama County

Trinity County

Lake County

San Bernardino County

Alpine County

Siskiyou County

Humboldt County

Glenn County

Mendocino County

San Joaquin County

Stanislaus County

Shasta County

California State Average

Monterey County

Colusa County

Sutter County

Riverside County

Sacramento County

Santa Barbara County

Tuolumne County

Mariposa County

Yolo County

San Diego County

San Francisco County

San Luis Obispo County

Santa Cruz County

Orange County

Inyo County

Plumas County

Alameda County

Calaveras County

Sierra County

Amador County

Ventura County

San Benito County

Mono County

Solano County

Santa Clara County

Nevada County

Sonoma County

El Dorado County

Napa County

Marin County

Contra Costa County

San Mateo County

Placer County

 
 
CA Reference Color State Average    Kings County Reference Color Kings County
 
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Source of Data: U.S. Census Bureau California QuickFacts
http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/06000.html

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