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Poverty Rate in New Haven, Connecticut

  • In New Haven, Connecticut, an estimated 30,659 of 121,760 people live in poverty.

FAQs

  • What is the poverty rate in New Haven, Connecticut?

    The poverty rate in New Haven, Connecticut is 25.2%.

  • How many people in New Haven, Connecticut live in poverty?

    In New Haven, Connecticut, an estimated 30,659 of 121,760 people live in poverty.

  • How does the poverty rate in New Haven, Connecticut compare the to the average for Connecticut?

    The poverty rate in New Haven, Connecticut is 149.5% higher than the Connecticut average. In New Haven, Connecticut, an estimated 25.2% of 121,760 people live in poverty. In Connecticut, 10.1% of 3,506,226 people live in poverty.

  • How does the poverty rate in New Haven, Connecticut compare the to US?

    The poverty rate in New Haven, Connecticut is 96.87% higher than the US average. In New Haven, Connecticut, an estimated 25.2% of 121,760 people live in poverty. In the United States, 12.8% of 324,173,084 people live in poverty.

  • Population

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Age
  • Under 18 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Under 5 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 5 to 17 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Related children of householder under 18 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 18 to 64 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 18 to 34 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 35 to 64 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 60 years and over

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  • 65 years and over

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Gender
  • Male

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Female

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  • Race
  • White

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Black or African American

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Some other race

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Two or more races

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Hispanic

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • White, not Hispanic

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Education level
  • Population 25 years and over

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Less than high school graduate

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • High school graduate (includes equivalency)

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Some college, associate's degree

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Bachelor's degree or higher

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Employment status
  • Civilian labor force 16 years and over

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Employed

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Male

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Female

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  • Unemployed

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Male

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  • Female

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  • Work experience
  • Population 16 years and over

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Worked full-time, year-round in the past 12 months

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Worked part-time or part-year in the past 12 months

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Did not work

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Single people
  • SINGLE PEOPLE

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Male

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Female

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 18 to 24 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 25 to 34 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 35 to 44 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 45 to 54 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 55 to 64 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 65 to 74 years

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • 75 years and over

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Worked full-time, year-round in the past 12 months

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Worked less than full-time, year-round in the past 12 months

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Did not work

    New Haven, Connecticut

  • Population in housing units for whom poverty status is determined

    New Haven, Connecticut