Which cities are most blighted?
Which cities have the highest levels of social ills?
The Economist has been tracking this question since the 1980s, and its numbers have grown steadily ever since.
The question is now being re-asked in a number of cities around the world, but this time, it’s being asked of cities across the US, and particularly the South.
In cities like Houston, Atlanta, and Tampa, a large proportion of the populations are poor and working-class, while in smaller cities like Columbus and Memphis, it seems that people are wealthier and more educated.
The Economist says that this is largely due to economic segregation, with poorer cities getting a disproportionate amount of government funding, while wealthier ones receive a greater share of the wealth.
This means that if you are poor in Houston, you are going to have to get by in some way.
In Atlanta, where I live, I have been able to make do with less than half of what the average household makes.
The Economist has tracked the same questions over the years.
In 2016, it looked at the top 20 most impoverished US cities.
It found that the average poverty rate in each city is roughly the same, which makes sense given that people who are poor tend to live in smaller, poorer communities.
The cities that were least poor in 2016 were Columbus, Atlanta and Tampa.
In 2014, the Economist looked at how many people are living in the US at any given time.
It reported that this number is much higher in the North than the South, which means that poorer areas of the US have much higher poverty rates than richer ones.
Here’s what the Economist found in its 2016 study: In 2016, the North had a higher poverty rate than the North as a whole.
In the South in 2016, poverty rates for the poorest 20% of Americans were 11.6% in the South as a group and 13.5% in North America.
If the South had a high poverty rate, it would mean that the poorest 50% of US residents are earning more than half their countrywide poverty level, while the poorest 30% of the population is earning less than 40%.
In a recent analysis of the latest US Census Bureau data, the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) looked at poverty in 20 US cities and found that in most of them, it was lower than the national poverty rate.
The city that had the highest rate of poverty in 2016 was Memphis, Tennessee, at 14.2%.
In that city, about one in five households are below the poverty line.
What’s the real story here?
It’s hard to say, because data on poverty in the United States is hard to find, and because many cities don’t provide detailed information about their poverty rates.
But the Brookings Institution has found that poverty rates are rising in the cities where the data is available, with Atlanta leading the way with a 4.5 percentage point rise since 2015.
That’s the biggest jump in the data set.
In Houston, the poverty rate increased from 10.5 to 13.9% between 2015 and 2016, and in Columbus it rose from 10 to 13%.
In the rest of the South (excluding Mississippi), the poverty rates were up from 8.1 to 9.3%.
And in cities like Tampa, where the poverty was 8.9%, it was a big jump from 10 years ago.
There are a number different factors that can affect poverty.
For example, the federal government pays taxes to support the low-income programs that people get, like food stamps.
These programs help the poor get out of poverty, but the federal and state governments also spend money to improve the quality of life for people with low incomes.
Other factors are more complex, and the data doesn’t tell us what those are.
But if the real poverty rate is 10%, then the real rate is more like 30%.
So how do we measure it?
The most obvious measure is to look at the number of people who earn less than $22,000 per year.
This is the national average, which is about $50,000.
This year, the number was about 6.7 million.
That means that the number who earned less than this was about 11% of all Americans.
But this isn’t the whole story.
To look at poverty rates across states, we also need to look just at how far people live from the median income, which in most cases is the income from the lowest to highest-earning family in that state.
That data is a little more complicated, but it gives a rough idea of how poverty varies in the state.
We can break this down even further by looking at the median household income, or the median net worth.
This comes from the US Census bureau’s most recent tax return, which includes information on the income of each person.
So, in 2016 the median gross income for a household was $50-65,000, and that household’s median net wealth was about $70