Census Data Show Florida Struggling to Recover from Recession | Print |
September 2014

Florida’s poverty rate remained unchanged in 2013, median household income remained lower than before the Great Recession,and the state’s percentage of residents without health insurance was third-highest in the nation, the U.S. Census Bureau reported this week. The data from the American Community

Survey and Current Population Survey paint a picture of Florida still poorer than it was five years previously, despite the ongoing economic recovery.

> Read the report.