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fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

35 California 16.4% 6,253 15.5% 23.8%
36 Oklahoma 16.6% 623 13.0% 13.4%
37 Florida 16.6% 3,231 14.6% 19.5%[12]
38 Texas 17.2% 4,519 17.4% 16.4%
39 North Carolina 17.2% 1,663 17.0% 14.2%
40 South Carolina 17.9% 838 13.8% 15.8%
41 Tennessee 18.2% 1,165 16.7% 15.5%
42 Arizona 18.2% 1,195 21.3% 18.8%
43 West Virginia 18.3% 328 16.0% 12.9%
44 Georgia 18.4% 1,298 18.5% 18.2%
45 District of Columbia 18.4% 114 18.0% 22.7%[13]
46 Arkansas 18.7% 539 19.1% 16.5%
47 Kentucky 19.0% 812 17.1% 13.6%
48 Alabama 19.2% 905 16.8% 13.5%
49 Louisiana 19.9% 898 14.3% 18.5%[14]
50 New Mexico 20.6% 347 19.6% 16.1%
51 Mississippi 21.9% 634 23.2% 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

16 states have higher poverty rates than CA. All the republican cesspools are on the list. 

JustWatching --- 154 days ago -

So what you are saying is that it's the Republicans fault for all the poverty. That kinda not to smart. I wonder how you get around the fact that we've had a democratic president for the last 8 years. 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

Ahh, the hypocrisy. Go count how many times "liberals" are blamed on here, and tell them the same thing. 

DatBoyHooD --- 154 days ago -

Lol at fuzz Wikipedia .. let me edit it to show cali number one .. my source is from cali admitting they lead the nation in poverty 

sdanielmcev --- 154 days ago -

To be fair, the Eastern Block countries were dominated by the Russians. 

sdanielmcev --- 154 days ago -

The link you posted is comparing CA against the national average. Texas has a higher poverty rate than CA

The link you quote has California at 23.8%, the highest on the list. 

sdanielmcev --- 154 days ago -

And, by sheer numbers, dwarfs all others. 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

Looks like someone's jealous 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

Hood, don't be a fool. CA isn't saying they "lead the nation". Mississippi does.

What CA gov says is they're higher than the US average, which is correct. 

Karras --- 154 days ago -

If California is so great, why are more people leaving that state than going in? 

Karras --- 154 days ago -

If California is so great, why are more people leaving that state than going in? 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

Fuzz can't even post info that supports his claim.

He's shooting holes in his own boat.

Fact it, fuzzball. DatBoyHood owned you on this one. 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

Keep telling yourself that 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

I must just be jealous of the 17.2% Texas poverty rate 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

LOL 

Karras --- 154 days ago -

I must just be jealous of the 17.2% Texas poverty rate

Doesn't have anything to do with our illegal immigrant community does it?

I thought illegals make everything better. LMFAO at stats crushing liberal talking points. 

DatBoyHooD --- 154 days ago -

Fuzz your "source" is 2014 mine was 2016.. here is another source for 2017.. cali poverty rate is 20.6 and when they factor Cost of living it LEADS THE NATION

20.6 poverty rate 1/2017 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

Great.......... now you've used one of the favorite liberal websites against them. 

jackass --- 154 days ago -

I must just be jealous of the 17.2% Texas poverty rate

Doesn't have anything to do with our illegal immigrant community does it?



Why would Texas have such an illegal immigration problem...? 

DatBoyHooD --- 154 days ago -

Soup I want to make sure fuzz doesn't slam the source

Still trying to figure out why anyone would use wiki as a source 

jackass --- 154 days ago -

Soup I want to make sure fuzz doesn't slam the source





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SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

Because it sorta-kinda-almost supported his claim. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

Steiny, Fuzz and the rest of the KU liberal group got together for a group photo.

Awesome. 

jackass --- 154 days ago -

JW not around lately to pat you on the behind. Datboy and karass are making up for him...lol 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

You really give that a lot of thought.

Fuzzball not giving you enough attention lately? 

jackass --- 154 days ago -

I don't mix well with fuzz...but I know a few things. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

Ewwwwww.......... pillow talk! 

jackass --- 154 days ago -

Only in your mind... 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 154 days ago -

Well...... we know what's on your mind....

jackass --- 3 hours ago - quote - hide comments

JW not around lately to pat you on the behind. Datboy and karass are making up for him...lol
 

jackass --- 154 days ago -

Yes, obviously that sparks something in you...come out of the closet, its ok. 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

Using supplemental poverty means Texas has worse poverty than West Virginia, Alabama, Kentucky, North Carolina and Arkansas

LOL 

DatBoyHooD --- 154 days ago -

Possibly but California is still number one in poverty 

fuzz81 --- 154 days ago -

Not by census bureau numbers. Texas finally beat California at something: higher poverty. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 153 days ago -

I told you fuzz would find a way to twist the numbers to meet his narrative. 

fuzz81 --- 153 days ago -

How have I twisted numbers? Census bureau numbers show higher poverty in Texas than California. 

DatBoyHooD --- 153 days ago -

Can you provide the source.. census bureau shows Texas at 17.2 and cali 20.6 .... I can't find anything that shows Texas higher than cali (even mother jones) 

fuzz81 --- 153 days ago -

Can you not read? It's right in the politifact article you keep quoting. The official poverty measure is around 15%, supplemental is 20.6.

"From 2013 to 2015, California had America?s 17th-highest poverty rate, 15 percent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau?s Official Poverty Measure. That measure uses income levels to determine poverty, but does not consider differences in cost-of-living among states. It lists the official poverty threshold for a two-adult, two-child family at $24,036 in 2015.

During the same period, California had the highest poverty rate, 20.6 percent, according to the census? Supplemental Poverty Measure." 

DatBoyHooD --- 153 days ago -

20.6 That's the highest in the nation correct .. poltifact says true 

fuzz81 --- 153 days ago -

By supplemental measure, yes.

By official measure, Texas has a higher poverty rate than CA: true or false? 

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