Disparities library item detail
|Title||The Re-emergence of Concentrated Poverty: Metropolitan Trends in the 2000s|
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|Description||This study examines 100 metro areas and finds that the number of extreme-poverty census tracts, where poverty rates exceed 40%, rose by one-third over the past decade. The Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area saw a 2.7% increase in share of the poor population in extreme-poverty tracts.|
|Filed in||Economy > Economic opportunity, Disparities > Economy and workforce, Disparities > Housing|
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