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Geography of Child Poverty in California

By Caroline Danielson, Sarah Bohn

One-quarter of young children across the state live in poverty. In inland regions, reducing child poverty requires efforts to improve job opportunities.


Geography of Child Poverty in California

This interactive map highlights local variation in poverty among young children age 0–5 across California. It also shows demographic traits and family ...


Geography of Child Poverty in California

California continues to struggle with high poverty rates among its youngest children. But does child poverty look the same in the Bay Area as it does in the ...


Reducing Child Poverty in California

This interactive tool allows you to explore how changes to housing costs, minimum wage, and the social safety net could affect child poverty statewide and ...

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Geographic Variation in Poverty across California

By Tess Thorman

Aug 14, 2018 ... In Los Angeles County, 24.3% of residents are poor, compared with just 11.8% of those in El Dorado County, according to the California Poverty ...

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Video: Reaching Children in Poverty

By Linda Strean

Mar 6, 2017 ... Their economic circumstances vary, a new PPIC report finds. The authors of the report, Geography of Child Poverty in California, conclude that ...

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Poverty in California

By Sarah Bohn, Caroline Danielson, Patricia Malagon

Most safety net programs are designed to prioritize children, and in 2019 they kept 12.1% of children out of poverty. The federal Earned Income Tax Credit ...


California’s Political Geography 2020

By Eric McGhee

California still leans Democratic overall, but independents are leaning Republican in many areas of the state. A closer look suggests that registering all ...