New Census Data Show Improvements for Indiana but State Is Not Keeping up with National Recovery

New state-level data from the U.S. Census American Community Survey show improvements in Indiana’s poverty rate, household incomes and health insured rates, but some metrics did not match national gains in 2015. While Indiana made progress this year, too many missed policy opportunities have left Indiana falling further behind other states, including dropping two spots relative to other states in both child poverty and median household incomes since 2014. Indiana’s uneven poverty decrease was most apparent among some of its most vulnerable and disadvantaged populations. To view the report you can click on the link provided to you on this article below.

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