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Who’s in Poverty in California?

... Poverty and Inequality that, unlike the official poverty measure, takes into account the cost of living and resources from social safety net programs.

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California Critical Care during COVID-19

As the number of Californians who test positive for coronavirus rises, concerns also rise over critical care resources and how they are distributed across ...

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Californians and the Housing Crisis

Home values and rents in California are among the most expensive in the nation, and the state has one of the highest rates of homelessness.

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A Snapshot of California’s Working Poor

Struggling workers in California can face many barriers to exiting poverty, including low wages, a high cost of living, and a changing job market.

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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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Geography of Child Poverty in California

... and family resources, as well as factors that can affect poverty, such as parents' education and employment, cost of living, and the social safety net.