According to a recent report by 24/7 Wall St., Glenns Ferry, Idaho is the poorest town in the state. The report analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau, including median household income, poverty rate, unemployment rate, and access to broadband internet. Glenns Ferry had the lowest median household income of any town in Idaho, at just $33,278 per year. The town also had a high poverty rate of 33.9% and an unemployment rate of 8.3%. Additionally, Glenns Ferry has limited access to broadband internet, with only 60% of households having access to high-speed internet.