Belle Glade was ranked the poorest town in Florida in a 24/7 Wall St. analysis examining small communities with high poverty rates and financial hardships.

With a population of 19,175, Belle Glade recorded a median household income of $25,873 annually, based on 2017 U.S. Census Bureau data.

Belle Glade’s poverty rate was pegged at 39.1 percent, and its median home value came in at  $111,400.

The percentage of residents living in poverty in most of the towns on the 24/7 Wall St. list is more than twice that for the entire state, according to the authors of the report. And 20 percent or more of the residents of these 50 communities receive aid from the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, 24/7 Wall St. reported.

The analysis considered only towns with populations of 1,000 to 25,000 residents.

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Poorest Towns by State

StateTownMedian Household IncomePoverty RateMedian Home ValuePopulation
AlabamaSelma$24,22338.3%$89,10019,176
AlaskaKetchikan$56,37212.4%$237,0008,195
ArizonaSouth Tucson$21,16046.2%$77,7005,624
ArkansasHelena-West Helena$21,66742.5%$75,40011,210
CaliforniaClearlake$27,03435.9%$93,90015,061
ColoradoFederal Heights$38,32821.1%$47,70012,449
ConnecticutWillimantic$33,56429.9%$140,40017,550
DelawareClaymont$52,27712.2%$200,6008,707
FloridaBelle Glade$25,87339.1%$111,40019,175
GeorgiaBrunswick$24,41739.0%$91,80015,919
HawaiiHawaiian Paradise Park$51,90822.2%$255,30011,564
IdahoBonners Ferry$30,97122.5%$148,2002,502
IllinoisCentreville$17,44148.1%$47,9005,094
IndianaKnox$33,70921.5%$76,6003,520
IowaOnawa$31,08925.3%$93,5002,849
KansasFort Scott$31,54218.7%$63,8007,822
KentuckyGlasgow$30,73129.0%$110,60014,318
LouisianaBastrop$21,36443.5%$73,00010,643
MainePresque Isle$37,03623.2%$108,7009,246
MarylandCumberland$32,82524.4%$89,60020,084
MassachusettsNorth Adams$38,77417.8%$147,50013,211
MichiganHamtramck$24,36950.9%$53,90021,959
MinnesotaBrainerd$34,35816.4%$110,40013,394
MississippiVicksburg$29,79936.1%$96,80022,961
MissouriFredericktown$24,64028.9%$84,5003,999
MontanaConrad$43,37216.0%$118,0002,841
NebraskaRed Cloud$35,74217.4%$48,8001,138
NevadaLaughlin$32,61018.4%$143,1007,758
New HampshireLittleton$37,41919.5%$159,5004,420
New JerseyHoliday City-Berkeley$35,2048.4%$145,80012,242
New MexicoDeming$25,42834.3%$87,20014,339
New YorkNew Square$23,92464.4%$338,2007,995
North CarolinaForest City$24,38337.4%$88,5007,250
North DakotaDevils Lake$43,79117.1%$96,6007,313
OhioEast Cleveland$21,18440.5%$56,80017,375
OklahomaWewoka$25,56741.7%$46,4003,396
OregonCoquille$31,22021.7%$134,5003,846
PennsylvaniaJohnstown$23,63637.9%$41,50019,967
Rhode IslandCentral Falls$30,79430.7%$149,10019,395
South CarolinaCentral Falls$26,62340.8%$106,4005,161
South DakotaSisseton$38,50022.8%$70,1002,548
TennesseeCamden$28,75025.1%$92,0003,554
TexasSan Benito$26,58337.4%$55,10024,474
UtahSouth Salt Lake$41,45722.5%$184,20024,722
VermontSt. Johnsbury$36,95815.0%$148,8005,789
VirginiaBensley$37,69229.8%$131,3006,363
WashingtonChewelah$31,85820.0%$136,2002,601
West VirginiaBeckley$39,69520.2%$114,30016,963
WisconsinWhitewater$31,82740.2%$164,40014,762
WyomingWheatland$46,9244.8%$166,2003,617

Source: 24/7 Wall St.