America’s Poorest Towns

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35. Uniontown, Pennsylvania
> Median household income: $28,867
> Median home value: $83,100
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 13.6%
> Poverty rate: 29.9%

Source: From the Richard D. Sawyer Historic Greenville Collection, Furman University Special Collections.

34. Dunean, South Carolina
> Median household income: $28,866
> Median home value: $82,800
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 12.8%
> Poverty rate: 23.2%

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33. Stigler, Oklahoma
> Median household income: $28,848
> Median home value: $85,000
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 15.2%
> Poverty rate: 30.6%

Source: Library of Congress / Wikimedia Commons

32. Mount Union, Pennsylvania
> Median household income: $28,750
> Median home value: $74,200
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 11.0%
> Poverty rate: 27.3%

Source: Thomas R Machnitzki (thomas@machnitzki.com) / Wikimedia Commons

31. Camden, Tennessee
> Median household income: $28,750
> Median home value: $92,000
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.5%
> Poverty rate: 25.1%