Poverty by Census - March 2, 2010
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DRAFT6h. Poverty by Census Tract

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This map shows the percent of people below poverty in each census tract, as well as the actual number of people in poverty in each area of Portland. SE and outer East Portland have the most number of people living in poverty; over 16,000 for each. However, poverty is most concentrated along both sides of the Willamette near the Steel Bridge: in Old Town and also in the Boise/Eliot NE neighborhoods. These census tracts have over 25% of their populations living below poverty.

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