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Disability Data for North Carolina from the 2009 American Community Survey: Income



Number of people with disabilities and disability rate, by family income in North Carolina, 2009
  Total population Any disability Daily activity limitation Self-care limitation
  Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
  8,439,000 1,165,000 13.8% 460,000 5.4% 226,000 2.7%
 Less than FPL* 1,277,000 267,000 20.9% 113,000 8.9% 57,000 4.5%
 100-199% FPL 1,685,000 322,000 19.1% 134,000 8.0% 67,000 4.0%
 200-299% FPL 1,482,000 206,000 13.9% 82,000 5.5% 40,000 2.7%
 ≥300% FPL 3,977,000 370,000 9.3% 130,000 3.3% 62,000 1.6%

*FPL: Federal Poverty Level

Income distribution of people with disibilities in North Carolina, 2009
  Any Disability Daily activity limitation Self-care limitation No disability
Number of people 1,165,000 460,000 226,000 7,274,000
 Family income
In poverty 22.9% 24.7% 25.3% 13.9%
100-199% FPL 27.6% 29.2% 29.5% 18.7%
200-299% FPL 17.7% 17.8% 17.8% 17.5%
≥300% FPL 31.7% 28.3% 27.4% 49.6%

Family income of people with daily activity limitations in North Carolina, 2009

The above pie chart shows that 24.7% of people with daily activity limitations live in poverty, 29.2% have family incomes between 100 and 199% of the Federal Poverty Level, 17.8% have family incomes between 200 and 299% of the Federal Poverty Level, and 28.3% have family incomes at or above 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.

Family income of people with self-care limitations in North Carolina, 2009

The above pie chart shows that 25.3% of people with self-care limitations live in poverty, 29.5% have family incomes between 100 and 199% of the Federal Poverty Level, 17.8% have family incomes between 200 and 299% of the Federal Poverty Level, and 27.4% have family incomes at or above 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.

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Income Data for North Carolina from the 2008 American Community Survey

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