Recent census data, including poverty rates, median household income, and unemployment rates, has been analyzed to compile a list of the poorest towns in all 50 states. Republic has been identified as the poorest city in Washington with a poverty rate of 21.9%, according to the recently released results.
Republic, situated in northern Washington, used to be the most prominent mining camp in the Republic Mining District and was also the residence of the “Hot Air Line” railway. Presently, this town has a population of slightly over 1,000 people.
Data shows that the village has a median household income of only $32,639, which places it among the most impoverished small towns in the United States.
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