Poverty rises in America's suburbs, research finds

The number of U.S. suburban residents living in poverty rose 67% from 2000 to 2011, according to research by the Brookings Institution. Housing costs, urban gentrification and jobs pushed some poor people to the suburbs. At the same time, more people already living in the suburbs fell into poverty because of economic conditions.

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