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LOW POVERTY INDEXSummary The low poverty index captures poverty in a given neighborhood. The index is based on the poverty rate (pv). The mean   and standard error  are estimated over the national distribution.The poverty rate is determined at the census tract level.InterpretationValues are inverted and percentile ranked nationally. The resulting values range from 0 to 100. The higher the score, the less exposure to poverty in a neighborhood. Data Source: American Community Survey, 2009-2013. Related AFFH-T Local Government, PHA and State Tables/Maps: Table 12; Map 12. School Proficiency Index. To learn more about the Low Poverty Index visit: https://www.hudexchange.info/resource/4868/affh-raw-data/Date of Coverage: 11/2017 Data Updated: Annually

Dataset Attributes

  • OBJECTID
    Number
  • GEOID
    Text
  • STATE
    Text
  • STUSAB
    Text
  • STATE_NAME
    Text
  • COUNTY
    Text
  • COUNTY_NAME
    Text
  • CNTY_FIPS
    Text
  • TRACT
    Text
  • Low Poverty Index
    Number
  • Shape__Area
    Number
    0.9326171875 to 1775133682304.2
  • Shape__Length
    Number
    7.95682771565317 to 12774487.7815426

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