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Change in Chicago Poverty

This map shows how the population below the poverty level has changed from 1990 to 2000. The greens indicate that there are fewer people below the poverty level in 2000. Blues indicate an increase in people below the poverty level. There are two clusters of positive change, one north of Interstate 55 and one to the south. These areas are where poverty was greatest in 1990 as well as in 2000. Things are getting better, but there is still much room for improvement.
Change in Chicago Poverty