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Kristian, Virginia - wrote on 4/4/2004 6:06:34 PM
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Comment:I am glad that there are websites out such as yours that are great informants on things such as the tremendous amount of poverty in America. I only have a few issues with your site though. "Poor" is a very relative term, relative to the culture. According to the rest of the world, America's poor are not really all that bad off. And why exactly are all the "poor people" in America so poor? Physical disability? Unwillingness to work? Family tradition? There are many factors that play into poverty and I think that there are many solutions. Those with disabilities get Government aid as the Government sees fit. Those who don't work get Welfare. Do you see where I'm going with this? So long as there is always wealth, there will always be "poverty". I am glad that you made this site and I sincerely hope that government officials see this and think twice about their budget. But I also think you need to consider all aspects of this issue before you post on the Web your opinions which are based on statistics. Good luck with the rest of your research! It is greatly appreciated.

tina, utah - wrote on 3/31/2004 3:03:21 PM
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Comment:thanks for the info, appreciate it. Its sad to think of people out there that dont have any $. thanks again.

Heather, Michigan - wrote on 3/23/2004 7:29:29 PM
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Comment:Thankx for the facts! I'm doing a paper on working poor in American, it's mainly on the book "Nickel and Dimed", but this really helped out too. :)

Brian, Michigan - wrote on 3/18/2004 8:07:27 PM
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Comment:Shocked to read these horrifying statistics. But this article really saved my butt on a research paper I'm writing on poverty. Thanks again for the information!

Patrick, Canada - wrote on 3/16/2004 11:16:51 AM
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Comment:Great stats! I had an essay to do about poverty and wasn't getting anywhere till I found this site. It helped alot. Keep up the work! P.S. I didn't realize how bad it was in America!

Ali*, Minnesota - wrote on 3/16/2004 10:08:00 AM
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Comment:i`m introducing a bill as a republican senator for civics class on increasing funding for homeless shelters, and low income housing products. your site has been very helpful. thank you so much.. NOW LET`S DO SOMETHiNG ABOUT iT!! -ali

Hannah, Georgia - wrote on 3/1/2004 3:10:30 PM
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Comment:Thanks! this was one of the first sights i was told to go to for my persasive essay i have to right for my 10th grade language arts class. and part of the speech is statistics and i was suppose to have 5 for my paper on the topic i chose and i found way more. i know its true i've seen it but its a lot more devistating when you read about all there is in the US instead of just a pice of it!

Barbie, florida - wrote on 2/20/2004 10:24:23 PM
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Comment:I was shock to learn the the poverty level of african americans was so high 26.1 when we only make up 13 percent of the population.

Fahad, Khan - wrote on 2/10/2004 8:29:15 PM
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Comment:Plz provide more stats, thanx for the great job. Salam

Katie Nash, Prineville, Oregon - wrote on 2/6/2004 1:20:50 PM
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Comment:I really appreciate articles like these, being a senior in highschool we have to do much research and websites such as yours help the process run more smoothly. Thankyou, your work is much appreciated.

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