INCOME UP, POVERTY DOWN IN 2016, CENSUS BUREAU SAYS
Real median household income in the United States increases 3.2 percent between 2015 and 2016 and the nation's poverty rate fell by 0.8 percentage points, the Census Bureau reported on Tuesday.
The second straight annual increase raised the median household income to $59,039, from $57,230 in 2015.
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