Taking Count: A Study on Poverty in the Bay Area
In partnership with the University of California, Berkeley and the Othering & Belonging Institute, Tipping Point conducted a year-long study to get a holistic and nuanced picture of poverty in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its findings present a timely snapshot of poverty in the region and illustrate that even when the economy is strong, millions in our community – even those who aren’t considered to be living in poverty – are struggling to make ends meet.
Read the full paper, here.
Or jump to:
- Executive Summary
- Poverty, Insecurity, and Privilege in the Bay Area
- Inequality at Work: Job Quality in the Bay Area
- Safety Net or Free Fall? Finding and Giving Help in Hard Times
- Poverty, Hardship, and Racial Inequality Among Bay Area Households with Children
- Measuring Poverty in the Bay Area: How and Who Do We Count?
View the Press Release announcing the release of Taking Count 2020.