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Web Report: Poverty, Income and Earnings in South County, 2018

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The San Diego South County region – which includes three cities, the San Ysidro neighborhood in the City of San Diego and the unincorporated areas of the southern region of the county – is home to 52,866 people who live below the federal poverty level. The poverty rate in this part of the county declined slightly in 2018 to 11.24%, a drop of 1.97 percentage points from the previous year.

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