Interactive: How States Fared on Racial and Economic Inequality During the Pandemic

How States Fared on Racial and Economic Inequality During the Pandemic

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Source: American Community Survey (ACS)   and   one-year estimates.

Note: The American Community Survey does not collect information on the value of tax credits such as the Child Tax Credit, stimulus payments, or in-kind benefits such as SNAP or housing assistance, among other items. Income and poverty status in the ACS do not reflect the value of those items. For national data on the impact of economic security programs on poverty, see the Supplemental Poverty Measure. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Census Bureau did not release standard 2020 ACS one-year estimates. For median household income, race and ethnicity are that of the householder, or typically the person in whose name the unit is rented or owned.