U.S. poverty fell to 9.1% last year due to pandemic relief

A report by the US Census Bureau shows that poverty in the US last year fell to 9.1% – a decrease of 2.6% from 2019 – due to state aid, including pandemic emergency payments and unemployment insurance. What do you think?

“It’s the perfect poverty for a country to have, if you ask me.”

Robert Searle, tambourine

“It’s nice to see people climb out of poverty to the knife the edge of poverty. ”

Sherri Ellis, furniture fitter

“So now it’s the job of the government to solve problems?”

Anwan Carillo, Bayonet specialist


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