Analysis of poverty in the USA: poor children rarely hungry; poor often have cable TV, air conditioning, a computer, and larger homes than non-poor Europeans.
This is an interesting series of bar graphs, pie charts and other data sets, all showing helping us to contextualize the life of the poor. How is 'being poor' in the United States distinct from poverty in other regions of the world? Is it fair to distinguish between the two? How do you define poverty? Is it a universal standard that is the same everywhere or is it a relation measure compared to others within the community?
Via Seth Dixon, Sphs Jurgensen