Concentrated Poverty Indicator

Concentrated Poverty measures the share of residents in the City of St. Louis who live in census tracts where more than 40% of its residents live in poverty

Latest Measure (2016)

Concentrated Poverty Score 30 Indicator scores are represented on a scale from 1 to 100.
Disparity Ratio 3.56 Disparity direction: black-white
Residents who live in census tracts with poverty rate greater than 40 percent

Black residents are more than three times more likely than white residents to live in areas of concentrated poverty.

Source: American Community Survey 1-year PUMS


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