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    Moderate, low and very low income stats (United States)

    I'm trying to find the number and percentage of households and families that are considered,mdoerate ncome, low income and very low income for a designated Census place. Despite many references to the designations in housing-related web sites, I can't seem to find the raw data on the Census web site. Anyone know where I can find it? Thanks!

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    Check HUD's Census Special Tab for percent low mod by block group. Beware that you may need to check to make sure block groups haven't been combined (between censuses due to population loss) if you are looking for serial income information over several censuses.

    You may find what you are looking for here:

    http://www.huduser.org/datasets/qct.html

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    Thanks! I think the data is in the SOCDS CHAS data at http://socds.huduser.org/scripts/odb...chas/index.htm .

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    If not, you can usually get it from the state housing department or from whomever administers the state CDBG program.
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