New U.S. Census report reveals more than 7.5 million households were in poverty in 2016

The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has released its 2016 Global Poverty and Hunger Report.

In 2016, the U.K. recorded a record low level of poverty, with 4.4 million people in poverty, down slightly from the previous year’s 4.7 million.

In India, however, the number of people living in poverty stood at 13.1 million, down from 14.4 percent of the population in 2015.

This is the highest level of global poverty in more than a decade.

The report, released Tuesday, said that over the last five years, the proportion of people in the world living in extreme poverty has risen, and that by 2020, it will have reached 12 percent.

It also found that the world’s largest economies recorded the largest decreases in the proportion, as well as in the share of people who were living in absolute poverty.

The United States recorded the smallest decline in absolute and absolute poverty in both 2015 and 2016, while China and Russia both recorded the biggest decreases.

In absolute poverty, a person was considered poor if their gross domestic product was less than $2.50 per day, or $8,000 a year.

In that year, the United States had the highest absolute poverty rate, with 15.4 per cent of the world population.

The U.”s rate of absolute poverty rose from 13.2 percent in 2015 to 15.7 percent in 2016.

This translates to about 2.4 billion people in absolute or absolute poverty at the end of the five-year period, according to the report.

The rate of extreme poverty rose slightly, from 4.9 percent in the previous five years to 5.3 percent in 2020.

However, extreme poverty was still far below the global average.

According to the U.”t, the world recorded 1.7 billion people living under extreme poverty, an increase of 1.5 billion people from the last time the United Nations released the data.

This would be the third year that the global poverty rate was higher than the world as a whole, following 2015 and 2018.

The global rate of poverty fell slightly in 2020, from 5.9 to 5 percent.

The world recorded an increase in absolute total poverty, which was a number between 10 and 15 percent higher than it recorded in 2015, according the U,”s report.

According the report, the global number of extreme poor people rose from 1.4 to 1.6 billion people, a rise of more than 3.6 million people from 2015.

The number of poor people in extreme relative poverty rose to 2.2 billion people.

In extreme relative absolute poverty countries, the percentage of the people living below the poverty line rose to 6.9 per cent, compared with 6.6 per cent in 2015 and 6.5 per cent last year.

The percentage of people at the extreme extreme extreme of poverty dropped from 4 to 2 per cent.

The share of the total population living in the extreme relative extreme of the poverty increased from 1 to 3 per cent during the period, compared to 0.9 in 2015 (see chart below).

However, the absolute number of absolute poor people increased from 3.9 billion in 2015 up to 4.5.2 million people last year, while the absolute share of total poor people decreased from 2.9 million to 2 million.

(The U.n. is responsible for counting the number and distribution of people under various poverty thresholds.)

The report noted that poverty rates have remained relatively stable over the years.

For example, in 2014, the UN said that the number per person living in relative poverty in countries like India and Bangladesh was 4.6 and 1.3, respectively.

In 2015, the report said that India recorded a 5.6 percent absolute poverty and a 9.2 per cent absolute absolute relative poverty rate.

In 2020, the rate of relative absolute relative deprivation was 5.4.

In addition to a sharp increase in the absolute absolute absolute rate of global extreme relative deprivation, there has also been a sharp rise in relative relative absolute deprivation. “

The increase in relative absolute absolute poverty has been particularly important, with the absolute poverty share at its highest point in 25 years,” the report noted.

In addition to a sharp increase in the absolute absolute absolute rate of global extreme relative deprivation, there has also been a sharp rise in relative relative absolute deprivation.

According a 2015 report by the U”s United Nations Development Program, the total number of the extreme absolute absolute deprivation (relative absolute poverty) rose from 2 billion in 2014 to 4 billion in 2020 and 6 billion in 2030.

The study also said that poverty has increased in most countries and in most regions, with countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle”

At the same time, relative absolute inequality has risen from 4 per cent to 5 per cent,” the U’s report said.

The study also said that poverty has increased in most countries and in most regions, with countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle