Special Report

Cities With the Lowest Poverty Rates

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35. Winchester, VA-WV
> Poverty rate: 8.6% (Virginia: 9.9%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 4.0% (Virginia: 5.3%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 7.0% (Virginia: 7.8%)
> Median household income: $76,583 (Virginia: $76,456)

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34. Salt Lake City, UT
> Poverty rate: 8.6% (Utah: 8.9%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 4.4% (Utah: 4.1%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 4.9% (Utah: 5.5%)
> Median household income: $80,196 (Utah: $75,780)

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33. Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH
> Poverty rate: 8.6% (Massachusetts: 9.4%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 7.0% (Massachusetts: 7.4%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 9.0% (Massachusetts: 11.2%)
> Median household income: $94,430 (Massachusetts: $85,843)

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32. Idaho Falls, ID
> Poverty rate: 8.5% (Idaho: 11.2%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 4.2% (Idaho: 5.5%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 8.0% (Idaho: 8.3%)
> Median household income: $63,616 (Idaho: $60,999)

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31. Colorado Springs, CO
> Poverty rate: 8.4% (Colorado: 9.3%)
> Oct. 2020 unemployment: 6.3% (Colorado: 6.4%)
> Households receiving SNAP benefits: 8.4% (Colorado: 6.9%)
> Median household income: $72,633 (Colorado: $77,127)