Special Report

Cities With the Lowest Poverty Rates

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30. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI
> Poverty rate: 8.2% (Minnesota: 9.0%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 4.8% (Minnesota: 4.6%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 6.9% (Minnesota: 7.4%)
> Median household income: $83,698 (Minnesota: $74,593)

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29. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA
> Poverty rate: 8.2% (California: 11.8%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 7.3% (California: 9.3%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 4.8% (California: 8.4%)
> Median household income: $114,696 (California: $80,440)

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28. The Villages, FL
> Poverty rate: 8.1% (Florida: 12.7%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 6.1% (Florida: 6.5%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 4.1% (Florida: 11.8%)
> Median household income: $60,287 (Florida: $59,227)

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27. Urban Honolulu, HI
> Poverty rate: 8.1% (Hawaii: 9.3%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 12.2% (Hawaii: 14.3%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 9.0% (Hawaii: 10.4%)
> Median household income: $87,470 (Hawaii: $83,102)

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26. Sheboygan, WI
> Poverty rate: 8.0% (Wisconsin: 10.4%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 4.2% (Wisconsin: 5.7%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 8.5% (Wisconsin: 9.4%)
> Median household income: $60,706 (Wisconsin: $64,168)