CPS Data Collected in Year: 2014
Persons in Poverty Universe
Percentages by Income-to-Poverty Ratio
(Sums in Thousands)
State: NC & Age: 18 to 44 years & Female Totals Income-to-Poverty Ratio in 2013
Below 100% 100% to Below 200% 200% and above
Totals   Persons Persons Persons Persons
  Sum PCT Sum PCT Sum PCT Sum PCT
Totals 1,771 100.00% 330 18.60% 435 24.60% 1,006 56.80%
Origin:                 
Non Hispanic 1,595 100.00% 249 15.60% 385 24.10% 961 60.30%
Hispanic 176 100.00% 81 46.20% 50 28.60% 44 25.20%
Race                  
White alone Totals 1,195 100.00% 214 17.90% 250 20.90% 731 61.20%
  Origin:                 
  Non Hispanic 1,028 100.00% 139 13.60% 199 19.40% 689 67.10%
  Hispanic 167 100.00% 74 44.60% 50 30.20% 42 25.20%
                   
Black or African American alone Totals 420 100.00% 81 19.20% 138 32.90% 201 47.90%
Origin:                 
Non Hispanic 417 100.00% 77 18.60% 138 33.10% 201 48.30%
Hispanic 3 100.00% 3 100.00% 0 0 0 0
                   
American Indian and Alaska Native alone Totals 35 100.00% 16 44.20% 13 37.70% 6 18.10%
Origin:                 
Non Hispanic 35 100.00% 16 44.20% 13 37.70% 6 18.10%
Hispanic 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
                   
Asian alone Totals 82 100.00% 7 8.80% 25 30.60% 50 60.60%
Origin:                 
Non Hispanic 82 100.00% 7 8.80% 25 30.60% 50 60.60%
Hispanic 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
                   
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone Totals 12 100.00% 7 53.70% 0 0 6 46.30%
Origin: 
Non Hispanic 6 100.00% 3 45.70% 0 0 3 54.30%
Hispanic 6 100.00% 4 61.40% 0 0 2 38.60%
Two or more races                  
Totals 26 100.00% 6 24.10% 9 34.40% 11 41.50%
Origin: 
Non Hispanic 26 100.00% 6 24.10% 9 34.40% 11 41.50%
Hispanic 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
The 2014 CPS ASEC included redesigned questions for income and health insurance coverage. The redesigned income questions were implemented to a subsample using a probability split panel design.
The source of data for this table is the portion of the CPS ASEC sample which received the income questions consistent with the 2013 CPS ASEC, approximately 68,000 addresses.
Inferences should be made with extreme caution when the cell sizes are small. To examine cell sizes, select "Display Unweighted Record Counts" under the Statistics Option.
Some CPS questions, such as income, ask about the previous year. Others, such as age, refer to the time of the survey. The column labels indicate any subject with a reference year which differs from the survey year.
Current Population Survey, Annual Social and Economic Supplement, 2014
Source: U.S. Census Bureau