Household income is calculated using all sources of individual income, including all individuals residing together who are related. Median household income means that half of all households have a higher annual income and half are lower than the median income.
Source: 2017 American Community Survey.
Poverty is defined here by comparing a household's annual income to a set of federal poverty thresholds, as determined by the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2017, for example, a two adult, two child household below the 100% poverty threshold had an annual income below $24,858, below the 185% poverty threshold if less than $45,987 in annual income, and below the 200% poverty threshold if less than $49,716 in annual income for a two adult, two child household. Return to Poverty & Income to learn more.
Data on children without health insurance are available for both sexes combined from 2008-present only.
When comparing county estimates to other counties, confidence intervals should be used with caution because the model-based estimates result in correlated percentages.
Note: These health insurance estimates come from the US Census Bureau's Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE).