Adult Poverty Indicator

Adult Poverty measures the percentage of adults who live in households whose incomes are below the federal poverty line in the City of St. Louis

Latest Measure (2016)

Adult Poverty Score 37 Indicator scores are represented on a scale from 1 to 100.
Disparity Ratio 2.50 Disparity direction: black-white
Adults living in households that are below the federal poverty line

Black adults are more than twice as likely as white adults to live in poverty.

Source: American Community Survey 1-year PUMS


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