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April 13, 2016
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Most Americans Know Someone in Poverty, Survey Says


New data from the Salvation Army shows economic distress is on the rise, particularly in the center of the nation, in states like North Dakota.

More than three in four Americans believe poverty has held steady or spread in the past four years, and an even larger share want the presidential candidates to propose plans to help the poor, according to new data.

Fifty-five percent of people...

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