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The Poorest City in Every State

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Colorado: Pueblo
> Median household income: $40,450 (Colorado: $72,331)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 18.9% (Colorado: 40.9%)
> Poverty rate: 23.5% (Colorado: 10.3%)
> Median home value: $141,000 (Colorado: $343,300)
> Population: 110,841

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Connecticut: Hartford
> Median household income: $36,278 (Connecticut: $78,444)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 16.9% (Connecticut: 39.3%)
> Poverty rate: 28.1% (Connecticut: 9.9%)
> Median home value: $165,300 (Connecticut: $275,400)
> Population: 123,088

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Delaware: Wilmington
> Median household income: $45,032 (Delaware: $68,287)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 28.0% (Delaware: 32.0%)
> Poverty rate: 26.0% (Delaware: 11.8%)
> Median home value: $168,000 (Delaware: $251,100)
> Population: 70,644

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Florida: University (Hillsborough County)
> Median household income: $28,495 (Florida: $55,660)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 23.8% (Florida: 29.9%)
> Poverty rate: 35.4% (Florida: 14.0%)
> Median home value: $106,400 (Florida: $215,300)
> Population: 48,436

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Georgia: Valdosta
> Median household income: $32,595 (Georgia: $58,700)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.7% (Georgia: 31.3%)
> Poverty rate: 32.2% (Georgia: 15.1%)
> Median home value: $121,800 (Georgia: $176,000)
> Population: 56,095

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