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Residential Mobility by Poverty Status

Residential Mobility by Poverty Status reports the number and proportion of people whose place of residence changed in the last 12 months, disaggregated by poverty status.

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Jenna Daly

Total Population for given determined poverty status.

Residential Mobility by Poverty Status reports the number and proportion of people whose place of residence changed in the last 12 months, disaggregated by poverty status.

Housing

Annual

This dataset provides the estimate of the population over 1 year of age whose place of residence changed within 12 months prior to the survey, disaggregated by poverty status. Poverty status is determined by the US Census using their annual Poverty Threshold calculations. Poverty Thresholds are defined and published on an annual basis by the US Census Bureau. Thresholds are adjusted annually using the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Price Index for Urban Consumers (CPI-U). Thresholds vary by family size, number of children, household size and elderly status. Thresholds do not vary geographically. The US Census-produced Poverty Thresholds are used for statistical purposes to calculate the number of people in poverty. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services uses the threshold published by the US Census to issue official Poverty Guidelines, which are used administratively to determine financial eligibility for certain programs. This data originates from the American Community Survey 5-Year estimates, summary table S0701.

Poverty status determined is the denominator for the poverty rate. It is the population for which poverty status was determined so when poverty is calculated they exclude institutionalized people, people in military group quarters, people in college dormitories, and unrelated individuals under 15 years of age.

Town

2012-2016

Number;Percent

Moved from abroad;Moved from different county, same state;Moved from different state;Moved within same county

Population over 1 year of age whose place of residence changed in the 12 months prior to the survey, by poverty status determined.

Poverty Status Determined;Below 100 percent of the poverty level;100 to 149 percent of the poverty level;At or above 150 percent of the poverty level

False

US Census

Residential Mobility

Residential Mobility;Margins of Error

2006-2010;2007-2011;2008-2012;2009-2013;2010-2014;2011-2015;2012-2016