How the Trump Administration is making life harder for low-income Americans
As a result, there is a significant uptick in people in the middle class in the U.S. who are now living paycheck to paycheck.
According to the latest data from the Census Bureau, the median household income in the United States is $59,000.
That’s the same income that is needed to afford air conditioning in the winter, according to the American Wind Energy Association.
The AWEA also reports that air conditioning costs have risen an average of 5.2 percent a year since 2007.
This year, the average cost for a home with a furnace, air conditioning and air conditioning systems in the country increased by 12.6 percent.
Meanwhile, for the first time in decades, there are more people in poverty in the US than in the 1980s, according the Census.
There are 1.8 million Americans living in poverty, according a 2015 report from the Urban Institute.
This is the first year since the 1950s that poverty rates have not declined in the past 15 years.
The poverty rate rose from 13.3 percent in 2007 to 17.9 percent in 2016.
This rise in poverty is largely due to the economic downturn and stagnant wages that occurred in the 2000s.
The decline in economic activity has caused a sharp drop in the number of Americans in the workforce, with unemployment rates falling from 14.6 to 13.1 percent between 2010 and 2016.
A recent study from the Economic Policy Institute, a left-leaning think tank, found that the drop in employment and wages has caused nearly a third of the nation’s people to lose jobs in the last five years.
As of this writing, there were more than 12.8 billion Americans who were classified as living in “poverty” in 2016, according that report.
These are people who were not in the top 1 percent of the income distribution in 2016 as defined by the U,S.
This number includes about 5 million children living in the “pink zone” of the economic spectrum.
About 15 million of these kids are enrolled in school.
About 9.2 million of them were enrolled in a school that was part of the No Child Left Behind Act.
The majority of them are from households with income at or below 400 percent of federal poverty guidelines.
This includes people in working households, single parents, people who are elderly and people living on fixed incomes.
About 12.5 million of the poorest Americans are on food stamps, according data from USDA.
In addition, there’s also a huge number of people who receive food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
About 40 percent of these people live in households with incomes below 200 percent of poverty guidelines, according USDA.
SNAP benefits are not meant to provide food assistance.
Instead, they provide the cash assistance to households who cannot find enough cash to purchase a meal.
This cash assistance is meant to be used for basic household needs.
However, because SNAP benefits have been cut in half over the past decade, SNAP benefits cannot be used to purchase food for many people.
SNAP payments are capped at $2 per week.
This means that a household with three children under the age of 18 would receive $20 per week of SNAP benefits.
If a family of four earned $42,000 in 2016 from SNAP, the $2 they would receive per week would be $36 per week less than they would need to pay to purchase enough food to last them through the month.
This situation has contributed to a lot of food insecurity among low-wage workers, according TOFA.
According TOFA, low-paying jobs that require minimum wage workers to spend hours each day caring for and feeding children or elderly people, are particularly vulnerable to food insecurity.
This type of work requires an entire day of caregiving, with one adult taking care of the child, two adults taking care a nursing home, one adult working on a farm or ranch, and one adult caring for a pet.
This can be especially stressful for children and seniors who struggle to afford basic necessities, including diapers, food, and medication.
In 2016, about half of the working poor in the entire country were in the working class, according ToFA.
This also happens to be the time when families are most vulnerable to financial hardship.
Many families that rely on food assistance to support their families have been hit hard by the economic recession, which has forced them to make difficult choices to spend more on essentials.
They can either rely on the government to help with their basic expenses, or they can pay a higher price for essentials and services.
According ToFA, the number for 2016 of working poor households that had an annual income below $15,000 fell by 4.5 percent from 2015.
This may seem like a small number, but it means that the number is actually up by 1.4 percent over the same time period last year.
As the economic crisis has hit families hardest, so has the food insecurity that some have experienced. A large