2000 Census Tract Poverty Characteristics

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Census TractTotal Persons in Poverty(1)Poverty Rate(2)<18 Poverty Rate(2)Adults 18 to 64 Poverty Rate(2)65 and Older Poverty Rate(2)
35215560.20.230.190.17
35223330.170.060.160.24
35233370.150.130.150.21
35245240.260.360.210.43
35256810.210.270.180.28
35263210.120.130.130.08
35275270.230.360.170.3
35282570.10.10.10.15
35291300.050.040.050.06
35305090.140.10.120.29
35318640.240.350.220.19
35324530.150.060.130.42
35333760.10.070.10.17
35343230.130.180.120.11
35354010.150.190.150.05
35363750.120.110.130
35374930.160.030.170.15
35387010.150.150.160.03
35395930.260.40.240.25
35402620.080.030.10
35412220.090.030.110.03
35421130.040.030.050.01
35432160.070.120.060.01
3544640.040.020.020.15
35452180.090.270.080.03
35465100.120.230.10.04
35471210.050.070.050.03
35481060.0500.070
35495540.110.120.090.16
35501550.060.010.060.09
Citywide112950.130.150.10.13

Footnotes:

  1. The Census Bureau uses the federal government’s official poverty definition. The poverty thresholds are revised annually to allow for changes in the cost of living as reflected in the Consumer Price Index (CPI-U). The poverty thresholds are the same for all parts of the country — they are not adjusted for regional, state or local variations in the cost of living. Poverty status is only determined for persons living in households; group quarters residents, such as those who live in dormitories, are not evaluated for poverty status.
  2. Multiply by 100 for percentage.

Source: U. S. Census Bureau, Massachusetts SF 3 Data File, 2000.

For More Information

For more information about socioeconomic and demographic statistics about Cambridge, please contact Cliff Cook, ccook@cambridgema.gov, Planning Information Manager, at 617/349-4656.