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Census data show 17.9% of West Virginians in poverty

Written by Sean O'Leary on September 15, 2017

Associated Press, U.S. News & World Report, Williamson Daily News, The Eagle, WOAY-TV – New federal data show 319,063 West Virginians living below the poverty line last year, a 17.9 percent rate unchanged from the year before and slightly lower than a measured peak in 2011. Read.

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