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Poverty in California

By Caroline Danielson, Patricia Malagon, Sarah Bohn

Oct 26, 2022 ... About 4.5 million Californians remain under the CPM poverty line (about $36,900 yearly for a family of four). Child poverty plunged from 17.6% ...

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Poverty across California, 2021

The CPM is based on calculations from the California samples of the American Community Survey, along with a number of other auxiliary data sources.

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Who’s in Poverty in California?

This interactive shows 2021 poverty rates across demographic groups in California, according to the California Poverty Measure (CPM).

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Delivering on an Equitable Recovery for Californians

By Sarah Bohn, Shannon McConville, Daniel Payares-Montoya

Jan 27, 2022 ... Statewide, 10.6% of workers age 25 to 64 pre-pandemic lived in poverty, according to the California Poverty Measure (CPM).

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California’s High Housing Costs Increase Poverty

By Patricia Malagon, Caroline Danielson

Aug 13, 2021 ... To do this, we apply data from the 2019 California Poverty Measure (CPM)—developed by PPIC and the Stanford Center on Poverty and ...

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The CalFresh Food Assistance Program

By Caroline Danielson, Daniel Tan

SOURCE: California Poverty Measure (CPM) data for 2016–18. NOTES: Numbers are rounded to the nearest 100 and indicate those with family resources under the CPM ...