Community & Work Disparities
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Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Below the Poverty Level, Age 18 to 64 in California

People with Disabilities Below the Poverty Level in California Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and California is in the second quartile with a value of 26.4%. The following cities in California have the value, Fresno 39.2%, Oakland 35.7%, Riverside 24.1%, Sacramento 35.5%, San Francisco 33.3% & Santa Barbara 29.1%.People with Disabilities Below the Poverty Level Fresno, 39.2%Oakland, 35.7%Riverside, 24.1%Sacramento, 35.5%San Francisco, 33.3%Santa Barbara, 29.1% People without Disabilities Below the Poverty Level in California Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and California is in the second quartile with a value of 26.4%. The following cities in California have the value, Fresno 39.2%, Oakland 35.7%, Riverside 24.1%, Sacramento 35.5%, San Francisco 33.3% & Santa Barbara 29.1%.People without Disabilities Below the Poverty Level Fresno, 25.1%Oakland, 16.4%Riverside, 16.0%Sacramento, 17.9%San Francisco, 10.8%Santa Barbara, 13.4%

Data source. , ACS, 5 year Estimates, Table C18130, Age by Disability Status by Poverty Status.
Calculation. Number in each group (people with disabilities or people without disabilities) who are below the poverty level divided by the total population of each group.
Note. The poverty level refers to income that is below a minimum threshold based on family size and composition.

Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Below the Poverty Level, Age 18 to 64 by Region
RegionPeople with Disabilities Below the Poverty LevelPeople without Disabilities Below the Poverty Level
United States27.7%12.6%
California26.4%13.7%
Fresno39.2%25.1%
Oakland35.7%16.4%
Riverside24.1%16.0%
Sacramento35.5%17.9%
San Francisco33.3%10.8%
Santa Barbara29.1%13.4%