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This Is the Poorest Town in Every State

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Virginia: Jonesville
> Median household income: $19,276 (Virginia: $74,222)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 18.4% (Virginia: 38.8%)
> Poverty rate: 34.5% (Virginia: 10.6%)
> Median home value: $103,100 (Virginia: $273,100)
> Population: 1,100

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Washington: Long Beach
> Median household income: $30,266 (Washington: $73,775)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 14.0% (Washington: 36.0%)
> Poverty rate: 30.6% (Washington: 10.8%)
> Median home value: $200,800 (Washington: $339,000)
> Population: 1,468

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West Virginia: Newell
> Median household income: $20,887 (West Virginia: $46,711)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 8.8% (West Virginia: 20.6%)
> Poverty rate: 34.0% (West Virginia: 17.6%)
> Median home value: $46,500 (West Virginia: $119,600)
> Population: 1,284

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Wisconsin: Little Round Lake
> Median household income: $21,985 (Wisconsin: $61,747)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 4.9% (Wisconsin: 30.1%)
> Poverty rate: 55.7% (Wisconsin: 11.3%)
> Median home value: $80,700 (Wisconsin: $180,600)
> Population: 1,080

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Wyoming: Lusk
> Median household income: $38,477 (Wyoming: $64,049)
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 12.8% (Wyoming: 27.4%)
> Poverty rate: 25.1% (Wyoming: 11.0%)
> Median home value: $129,500 (Wyoming: $220,500)
> Population: 1,558

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