101 American Cities

    The American cities with the highest number of residents at or below the poverty line.  This list DOES NOT INCLUDE cities with 15% or more of their residents in college or those cities with a median age at or under 28 or those cities with a population of less than 50,000:

[Name; Population; %age under poverty level]

1.  Monroe, La., 51,555; 32.3%

2.  Bronx, N.Y., 1,,332,650; 32.3%

3.  Hartford, Ct., 124,512; 30.7%

4.  Saginaw, Mi., 57,523; 28.5%

5.  Miami, Fl., 404,048; 28.4%

6.  Newark, N.J., 281,402; 28.4%

7.  New Orleans, La., 223,388; 27.9%

8.  Syracuse, N.Y., 140,658; 27.3%

9.  Albany, Ga., 75,335; 27.1%

10.  Mission, Tx., 63,272; 26.9%

We don’t get into the ‘teens’ until:

81.  Santa Maria, Ca., 84,712; 19.7%

The least poverty-stricken city on the list:

101.  Odessa, Tx., 95,163; 18.6%

With the exception of Thomas Regalado, the leftist-leaning ‘Independent’ Mayor of Miami, Fla., the rest are owe-bamacRATs, one-and-all!!

Now there’s some statistics “Clown Princeowe-bama can hang-his-hat-on!!

‘Splain to me again why YOU elected this verdammte Arschloch!?!

Til Nex’Time….

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