Child Welfare & Economic Well-Being

6.

Children who are not living in communities of concentrated poverty

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Alameda3491%NANANANANANANA
Alpine1100%NANANANANANANA
Amador1100%NANANANANANANA
Butte4581%NANANANANANANA
Calaveras1100%NANANANANANANA
Colusa1100%NANANANANANANA
Contra Costa2696%NANANANANANANA
Del Norte4981%NANANANANANANA
El Dorado1100%NANANANANANANA
Fresno5856%NANANANANANANA
Glenn1100%NANANANANANANA
Humboldt3987%NANANANANANANA
Imperial5079%NANANANANANANA
Inyo1100%NANANANANANANA
Kern5669%NANANANANANANA
Kings5275%NANANANANANANA
Lake5375%NANANANANANANA
Lassen1100%NANANANANANANA
Los Angeles4482%NANANANANANANA
Madera5472%NANANANANANANA
Marin3094%NANANANANANANA
Mariposa1100%NANANANANANANA
Mendocino2597%NANANANANANANA
Merced5570%NANANANANANANA
Modoc1100%NANANANANANANA
Mono1100%NANANANANANANA
Monterey3789%NANANANANANANA
Napa1100%NANANANANANANA
Nevada1100%NANANANANANANA
Orange3293%NANANANANANANA
Placer1100%NANANANANANANA
Plumas1100%NANANANANANANA
Riverside4084%NANANANANANANA
Sacramento4184%NANANANANANANA
San Benito1100%NANANANANANANA
San Bernardino4382%NANANANANANANA
San Diego3690%NANANANANANANA
San Francisco3393%NANANANANANANA
San Joaquin4581%NANANANANANANA
San Luis Obispo2896%NANANANANANANA
San Mateo2299%NANANANANANANA
Santa Barbara3590%NANANANANANANA
Santa Clara2498%NANANANANANANA
Santa Cruz3193%NANANANANANANA
Shasta3889%NANANANANANANA
Sierra1100%NANANANANANANA
Siskiyou2996%NANANANANANANA
Solano2398%NANANANANANANA
Sonoma1100%NANANANANANANA
Stanislaus4781%NANANANANANANA
Sutter4282%NANANANANANANA
Tehama1100%NANANANANANANA
Trinity1100%NANANANANANANA
Tulare5763%NANANANANANANA
Tuolumne1100%NANANANANANANA
Ventura2796%NANANANANANANA
Yolo4881%NANANANANANANA
Yuba5179%NANANANANANANA

Notes

6. Children who are not living in communities of concentrated povertyIncludes the percentage of children, ages 0-17, who are not living in census tracts where 30% or more of the residents are living below the federal poverty level. In 2012 the federal poverty level was $23,283 for a family of two adults and two children. Data based on U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2008-12, 5-Year Estimate; Annie E. Casey Foundation, KIDS COUNT Data Center, (March 2014), as cited on Kidsdata.org (August 2014).

NA (Not Available)Data that are not available are noted as NA. The most frequent reasons for NAs include the unavailability of longitudinal data, fewer than 10 cases (low number events), and statistically unstable estimates.

*Data that are created from a 3-year average or a larger confidence interval are noted with an asterisk (*).

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