Poverty in 2017 | IN 60 SECONDS

The United States Census Bureau’s 2017 report on income and poverty in the United States can present the reader with hope that poverty has indeed been reduced over the last few years. However, AEI’s Robert Doar is quick to identify that this report, while useful, excludes certain key metrics describing poverty in America.

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