Segregation And Poverty

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Poverty is when you cannot afford to pay for the basic needs, or limited income, such as you earn less than $5 a day. The concentrated poverty is when more than 30% to 40% of people living in the area is extremely or highly –poverty (lecture – exam review). The difference between poverty in general and concentrated poverty is not large, as the concentrated poverty is only a region with the percentage of the poor population is greater than 30% based on the US census. Based on the definition of hyper-segregated mentioning in question 1, when a metropolitan area become a segregation city, it will lead that area too many social problems and especially the concentrated poverty. The reason for that is because segregation means that people with same

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