Poverty

Cedar-Isles-Dean's percentages of all people below the poverty level and of people 65 years old and older below the poverty level were consistently lower than Minneapolis' percentages between 1979 and 1999. However, the neighborhood proportions increased during this time period while the city's decreased.

The percentages of all families living in poverty and families with children under 18 living in poverty were much lower in Cedar-Isles-Dean than Minneapolis between 1979 and 1999. However, these percentages increased in the neighborhood. In 1979 there were no families below the poverty level in the neighborhood and in 1999, 3 percent of all families lived in poverty and 2 percent of families with children did.

Last updated Sep 27, 2011

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