Florida KIDS COUNT
Florida Household Income 
Presents a snapshot of Florida earnings including all households, median and range incomes with a focus on family households.
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- Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy brief: The data from the American Community Survey and Current Population Survey paint a picture of Florida still poorer than it was five years previously, despite the ongoing economic recovery.
- 2012 American Community Survey provides data on median household income at the national and state levels based on the 2011 and 2012 American Community Survey (ACS). Estimates from the 2011 ACS and the 2012 ACS show no significant change in median household income at the national level and for most states. National- and state-level income trend data back to the 2000 ACS are also discussed; along with 2012 ACS metropolitan area income estimates which include the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, and Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metro areas.
Race for Results-building a path to opportunity for all children: Florida 
Presents data for Florida children using the National KIDS COUNT race for results index, which compares how children are progressing on key milestones across racial and ethnic groups. View flyer.
National KIDS COUNT
Creating Opportunity for Families: A Two-Generation Approach: A new KIDS COUNT® policy report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation outlines how the public, nonprofit and private sectors can work together to reduce poverty. This is a critical concern for our state, with more than half of Florida's 1,168,615 families that include children eight or younger living in low-income households. The two-generation approach seeks to equip families with the tools and skills they need to get on a path to opportunity and overcome obstacles they face - job training and caregiving skills for parents and high quality early education for children.
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Florida Minimum Wage and the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines
The Half in Ten Campaign is a project of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, the Coalition on Human Needs, and The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. It is dedicated to building the political and public will to cut the U.S. poverty rate in half in 10 years.
United Way's study of financial hardship, ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) is a project of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, the Coalition on Human Needs, and The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. It is dedicated to building the political and public will to cut the U.S. poverty rate in half in 10 years.