Authors

Robert Grimaldi

Publication Date

3-16-2012

Category

Health

Abstract

Between 2000 and 2010, several census tracts on the East and West Sides fell deeper into poverty. Broadway-Fillmore’s poverty rate rose from 45.9% to 51.9%, the Niagara Street neighborhood immediately west of Downtown rose from 45.6% to 62.5%, and two tracts in Black Rock rose from 39.2% and 36.3% to 46.0%. Also, several North Buffalo neighborhoods experienced significant drops in poverty rates, including Parkside falling from 28.2% to 15.8%, Central Park falling from 16.0% to 9.2%, North Park falling from 17.8% to 7.5%, and the neighborhood surrounding Lincoln Parkway, falling from 13.1% to 5.5%.

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