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Census: Bad as poverty and low income are in Idaho, state holds its own nationally (access required)

Poverty and low incomes plague Idaho, but the Gem State is better off than much of the country in both areas, according to new U.S. Census Bureau reports of 2017 data. Census data released Sept. 13 shows that Idaho has the 26th highest rate of people in poverty at 12.8 percent, but the census categorizes Idaho ...

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