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On November 3, the US Census Bureau released 1996 poverty estimates for three age groups of children and for people of all ages, in each state and the District of Columbia. "The 1996 estimates include the numbers of poor people, poor children under 18, poor children ages 5 to 17 living with a family and poor children under age 5," as well as estimates of median household income. These estimates are used in administering federal programs and allocating federal funds to local jurisdictions. Access to the data is available via the State and County Estimates link on the Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates homepage. Users can then view tables of the 1996 data (as well as 1995, 1993, and 1989) by state and poverty statistic. Please note that no county data are available yet for 1996.
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