Michigan Poverty Map Identifies Regional Needs Related to Child Care, Health Care, Affordable Housing

June 16, 2022


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5-15 mins
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Presented by Michigan News

Luke Shaefer, U-M Poverty Solutions faculty director, and Amanda Nothaft, senior data and evaluation manager, discuss a new data map featuring multiple poverty and well-being metrics. The map offers a more holistic view as the poverty rate does not reveal the complete picture of those suffering from economic instability and hardship. The faculty experts note that Michiganders are in a more stable financial position than in previous years, highlighting key metrics from their research.

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