Special Report

Counties Going Hungry in Every State

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21. Suffolk County, Massachusetts
> County food insecurity rate: 14.9%
> State food insecurity rate: 10.3%
> County poverty rate: 20.7%
> Households in rural areas: 0%

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22. Wayne County, Michigan
> County food insecurity rate: 21.0%
> State food insecurity rate: 15.1%
> County poverty rate: 25.0%
> Households in rural areas: 0.6%

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23. Mahnomen County, Minnesota
> County food insecurity rate: 14.0%
> State food insecurity rate: 9.9%
> County poverty rate: 24.9%
> Households in rural areas: 100%

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24. Jefferson County, Mississippi
> County food insecurity rate: 37.9%
> State food insecurity rate: 21.5%
> County poverty rate: 48.7%
> Households in rural areas: 100%

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25. St. Louis, Missouri
> County food insecurity rate: 25.7%
> State food insecurity rate: 15.6%
> County poverty rate: 27.1%
> Households in rural areas: 0%

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