Economy Newsletter

AUGUST 2014 

North Carolina suffers the dubious distinction of being the state with the highest relative increase since 2000 in spatial poverty. That term specifies the share of a state’s total population living in census tracts with poverty rates of 20 percent or higher. But does the poverty measure the ranking is based on truly tell us anything? Click here to continue reading… 

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