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Poorest City in Every State

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Poverty is a serious issue, and it can be seen in every nation in the world. Even the richest countries have issues with poverty. Despite being one of the greatest nations in the world, the United States of America is not immune.

According to the New York Times, the United States has one of the highest poverty rates in the world among wealthy nations at 1.7% of the total population. That’s a pretty substantial number. We’re taking a look at the poorest cities in each state based on their median household income.

All sources and figures were obtained via Data USA and the United States Census.

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