In between in California: above the poverty line but not quite middle class

In this collection of multimedia stories, we provide a snapshot of Californians living above the poverty level but still struggling. We draw on consumer-expenditure datafrom the Bureau of Labor Statistics and social-science research on how families spend their time and money. On average, housing is the biggest expense, followed by transportation and food. But geography matters, and so do the unique constraints and priorities of every household.

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